Former Brady Bunch star Maureen McCormick opens up about being on an iconic show

By Gillian Telling
Updated June 08, 2016 01:40 PM
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It was a very Brady reunion!

At the Television Academy’s 70th Anniversary Gala in Los Angeles on Friday, Florence Henderson and Maureen McCormick, who played Carol and Marcia Brady on the iconic sitcom got together again – and opened up about what it was like to be part of a cultural phenomenon.

“It was an honor to be on something like that – that just lives on and on,” McCormick, 59, told PEOPLE. “New people are still discovering it … it’s kind of mind-boggling!”

In a television age of revivals and reboots, would McCormick ever consider doing another Brady Bunch?

“If it was right, absolutely,” she revealed.

Christopher Knight, who played Peter Brady, was also at the affair and weighed in on why The Brady Bunch has had such longevity.

“For those who grew up with the show, it left a deep footprint,” said Knight, 58. “And it didn’t do anything but engender love, and there’s a positiveness to that. I’m so lucky I get to be remembered for something that has been positive in people’s life.”