Oliver Gettell
January 21, 2018 AT 03:15 PM EST

Not so fast, Sister, Sister fans.

Although series star Jackée Harry recently said in no uncertain terms that a revival of the popular ’90s sitcom about twins separated at birth is happening, her cast mate Tamera Mowry-Housley told EW on Saturday that nothing is certain yet.

“The thing is, nothing new is happening,” Mowry-Housley cautioned at EW’s SAG Awards party. “I think maybe Jackeé was really excited or something, but we’re still in the process. But nothing is confirmed yet.”

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As for where the long-gestating project stands, she said, “We have a writer …  we’re just trying to find a home for the show. But we have everything else, and everyone is signed on, so that’s what we’re waiting on. So one more step.”

Mowry-Housley added that her sister and costar Tia Mowry-Hardrict “is pregnant right now, and the writer is doing a play in New York, so things are kind of on hold, but we are continuing those meetings in a couple months.”

Asked if a revival could materialize sometime in 2019, Mowry-Housley said, “Oh my gosh, yes.”

The stars of Sister, Sister have long expressed their interest in a reboot, including Harry’s recent comments, which were made on Steve Harvey’s talk show. And Mowry-Hardrict said in 2015, “It’s just all about timing … so we’ll see. The fans, they really want it, so we’ll give it to them, probably.”

With reporting from Gerrad Hall.

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