I think it’s too late to revive ONE LIFE. But, I said that up front. Without Frank, it would be hopeless because Frank was the heart and soul of that show. I think without him, it would be impossible to put it together unless he becomes available again. But, many have moved on, so I think it’s pretty much dead.Slezak doesn't agree with Brian Frons and ABC that fans want "information" instead of "entertainment" and questioned how much money they would actually make with THE REVOLUTION or THE CHEW:
The problem is they’re all trying to be television personalities. They scream and laugh and they talk over each other, and it makes it impossible to watch. I’ve said this to one of their producers. I asked, “Can’t they just speak one at a time?” He said, “No, no, no, they can’t do that. They have to show enthusiasm.” But, you can’t understand them and you can’t hear them.Slezak is open to any new opportunity. Hopefully a savvy producer will cast her in just the right role whether it be on television, the web, film or the theater.
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