Entertainment Tonight did a "Leading Ladies of the '90s" segment each day for a week awhile ago, featuring people like Tisha Campbell and Jane Seymour. For Presidents Day when they didn't want to bother with a new episode, they reran these segments, but threw a previous unaired segment on Kim Coles in there like some kind of afterthought! Oh well, at least that got me to watch their otherwise retread episode. I hadn't realized Kim had divorced for a second time until she made a reference to it in this story. She was asked about a reboot and said she would want to do it if "contacted or contracted," which is the phrase she also used during the 25th anniversary thing on TV One several years ago, when she said no one had done either. She was rather vague but said they should do it while they all look good.
I also saw a segment with Kim Fields being asked about a reboot by Wendy Williams. She said that everyone is likely too busy--and in particular that Yvette Lee Bowser is too busy to write it. She added that they appreciate people's interest, but wouldn't want to screw everything up. After seeing the way a number of reboots have turned out, this is probably for the best (even though the original finale wasn't exactly perfect, particularly with Kim F. being unavailable).
ETA: Whenever I see the listing here for "The Crew," which is a new Kevin James sitcom about NASCAR, I get confused for a second and think that people are posting about that airline sitcom that aired after Living Single for a little while. I only saw any of it when--after an LS episode I had taped--Regine had a crossover appearance flying somewhere. She got into an argument with a flight attendant, who decided she liked her attitude and moved her up to first class!