'The Wonder Years' Cast Shares Photos From Their Reunion
"The Wonder Years" cast reunited more than twenty years since the show ended its run. The stars, including Fred Savage, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Olivia d'Abo, Jason Hervey and Danica McKellar, got together once again on Thursday, May 29, ahead of the DVD release.
The actors were apparently as excited as fans about their reunion, taking selfies and sharing some photos from the rare occasion via their Instagram or Twitter page. In one picture, the cast sat down in an exact replica of the kitchen featured on the 1980s sitcom. "Sitting in the Arnold kitchen!" McKeller wrote.
They also sat down in black director's chairs in front of posters of their characters on the hit ABC series, possibly filming cast commentary for the DVD box set.
" 'The Wonder Years' has long been the most requested TV show yet to be released on DVD, and we're thrilled to have the incredible opportunity to bring this iconic show to its many fans," StarVista Entertainment's senior VP Jeffrey Peisch said in a statement (via The Wrap).
"As we've done with many other classic TV shows, the series will be treated with the care and attention it fully deserves after all these years, with deluxe packaging, robust extras and a lot more. We're really big fans of the series, too."
"The Wonder Years" originally aired from 1988 to 1993, winning 22 awards including an Emmy for best comedy series in 1988. The show is currently streaming on Netflix and the DVD box set is scheduled to be released later this year.
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