, the time was right for both to appear on a late-night talk show.
But most people may be less interested in either of their current shows than in their last (professional) collaboration.
ET spoke to Russell, where the notoriously private star admitted that all the attention was "embarrassing.""I would much rather hide out from doing these things," she said. It's historic, and it's amazing to be a part of it."NEWS: Remembering ' Felicity,' 15 Years After the Series Finale" data-reactid="30""Getting attention is not her strong suit," Abrams said of the shy actress during his heartfelt speech.
"Felicity" stars Keri Russell and Scott Speedman reunited yesterday — first, at Russell's Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony and later on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." And with the recent trend of revivals like "Gilmore Girls" and "Will & Grace," the idea of bringing back "Felicity" came up."I really don't think so," Speedman said of reviving the show, which ended in 2002. Some people are on really high-class shows." He pointed at Russell, who now stars on FX's "The Americans," for which she's received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations (she won the latter for her role on "Felicity" in 1999).
"I would do it in a heartbeat," Speedman continued, as Russell laughed. "The two actors are still very good friends in real life, and even dated back in their "Felicity" days (Russell now has a child with partner and "Americans" co-star Matthew Rhys).
days, Scott and Keri’s on-screen romance spilled off screen and the duo enjoyed a long and happy romance.
Looking back now, the Canadian actor admits he wasn’t necessarily the perfect boyfriend.