By Tanner Stransky
Updated May 18, 2009 at 07:28 PM EDT

This morning on the Today show, Farrah Fawcett’s longtime partner Ryan O’Neal said that they’re filming more footage for a follow-up to Farrah’s Story, last Friday’s documentary on NBC that chronicled the Charlie’s Angels star’s fight with cancer and premiered to nearly 9 million viewers, according to a report on MSN. “We haven’t stopped filming,” O’Neal said via telephone from his home, “and we’re going to make a second installment on her life.” O’Neal, along with Fawcett’s best friend and documentary collaborator Alana Stewart, added that Farrah watched the documentary at home and was revived by it. “Whenwe began watching it Friday night, she had [a] very low pulse,” O’Neal told Today host Meredith Vieira. O’Neal claims Fawcett’s pulse got stronger during the airing until it was fully normal. “It kept going up and up and up,” O’Neal said. “It was wonderful…We’re going to have to show her one of her films every night.”