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From The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air to Sabrina the Teenage Witch, the 90s has to have been the best decade for tween television.
And now, Tia and Tamera Mowry – aka the stars of Sister Sister – could be about to make our teenage dreams come true as they’ve hinted that a reunion show is a definite possibility.
Speaking to Hollywood Life, Tamera – who is now 38 years old – revealed that “the entire cast” is up for making another episode.
“We kind of have the idea. It’s really cool. The entire cast is down for it,” she said.
“We’re looking for a studio, then it will be 100 percent. But, we are in the process of making it happen.”
During the interview, the mother of two also confessed some little known facts about the show.
The actress explained that she and her twin never had a chance to watch Sister Sister while it was in production because when they weren’t filming, they were busy attending school.
And she confessed that the sisters themselves sang the series’ unforgettable theme tune.
We have everything crossed that a reunion episode will be given the go-ahead, as for years we’ve been waiting to hear “Go home, Roger” just one more time.
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It's official! One of our favourite old school Nickelodeon cartoons is on its way back to us.
According to Variety, Nickelodeon is planning to develop a TV movie about the beloved football-headed kid and his crew of misfit friends.
The movie is going to tie up some loose ends that fans were left with when the show ended in 2004 (feeling old now?), including what happened to Arnold's parents.
The executives behind the decision said that they weren't necessarily hoping that nostalgic millennials will watch it, although most of us will probably tune in to see what it's like with Helga, Gerald and the rest of the gang.
"You have to remember people who are going to watch really don't have a recollection of Hey Arnold!," Nickelodeon exec Russell Hicks told Variety.
"You have to make it relevant to them but also nod to the audience that is going to be interested."
There's no release date yet for the Hey Arnold! movie, but while you wait you can watch The Splat, Nick's new block of throwback programmes. Hurrah, we feel young again!
The minute you arrived home from school, homework would have to wait because it was time for you to settle yourself in front of the TV to watch all that Nickelodeon had to offer.
Hey! Arnold, The Rugrats and Catdog were among the favourite shows that filled our blissfully-free afternoons.
Well, if you were a fan of these shows, we have BIG news.
A new Nickelodeon campaign has been flooding social media recently, and it’s hinting towards a new channel dedicated only to 90’s Nick TV shows.
Yes, we’re jumping for joy too.
The Splat is the rumoured name of the new channel as it has been popping up all over Instagram and Twitter lately.
A video was posted on YouTube last week, featuring a montage of all the Nick cartoons, promising The Splat is will be here soon.
This was then accompanied by a website, as well as the array of social media accounts.
While nothing has been confirmed, it’s enough to send the Internet and Nick fans into a complete frenzie.