Television during the ’90s was dominated by hit shows with African American stars. The actors knew how to effortlessly make viewers laugh, cry, dance and get upset. Its been a long time since the ’90s, and as we edge farther and farther away, we can’t help but long for reunions. Hits like Martin (1992-1997) and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-1996) have yet to reunite for a union of the cast.
VV has gathered 15 sitcoms that need to plan or put their differences aside for a televised or Hollywood reunion.
Check it out.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
This show was the staple for upper class African Americans. Viewers would tune in each week to see what Philly traits Will Smith would bring to Bel-Air.
After 17 years, it would be amazing for the entire cast to reunite on TV and laugh about old times. However, disputes between Will and Janet Hubert (Vivian Banks) prevent the cast from fully uniting.
This classic still has fans cracking up and reciting lines. The cast doesn’t object a reunion, but busy schedules make it hard to get together. With its 20th anniversary four years away, we think they have plenty of time to plan something for fans.
This year marks the 15th year since the shows end. Although some of the cast gathered for a 10 year reunion, it would be the icing on the cake for Queen Latifah to attend.
Kenan & Kel
The duo that warmed our hearts on Nickelodeon at the end of the ’90s was everything. Their antics kept youngsters entertained and out of trouble.
A reunion of the cast would be perfect since everyone is grown up. However, Kel made it clear that there won’t be an upcoming reunion because Kenan wants nothing to do with him. It’s sad, and we truly hope these old best bros can apologize so that fans can see them together one more time.
Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper
This cast has had some pretty amazing careers. A union between them is much needed. We hope someone coordinates something for TV soon, regardless of their hectic schedules.
This timeless show graced our television screens for almost ten years. ABC needs to put something classy together for the amazing cast to reunite. After all, the show was and still is addicting to watch.
The trials and tribulations of Moesha (Brandy Norwood) was a must see for teens all over. A reunion would be nice, but Brandy says it wouldn’t be the same since two of the cast members (Yvette Wilson and Lamont Bentley) passed away.
The Parent ‘Hood
This family sitcom focused on life lessons and family fun. Getting the cast together for a reunion show would elicit nostalgia in our hearts.
Since our favorite twins keep in touch with the cast, a reunion is definitely in store. During a TV guide interview Tamera said they wouldn’t mind presenting it like a movie.
“[It should be] a movie—like a Twins in the City plot…seeing where they are now,” Tamera says. “And where’s Roger (Marques Houston)? I think he has all of these women lined up and owns a club.”
Seeing LL Cool J get together with Maia Campbell, Kim Wayans, Alfonso Ribeiro and Debbi Allen would be awesome. The cast members have gone through a lot since the shows end and it would be great to find out how they’ve been.
The Wayans Bros.
It isn’t hard to spot Marlon and Shawn Wayans together, but seeing them with the entire cast of The Wayans Bros would be a special treat. It would be nonstop laughs!
For six seasons, this show captured viewers with its entertaining storyline and of course its comedic cast.
A reunion would be great, but the cast may not feel comfortable since a key member (Merlin Santana) is gone.
The Jamie Foxx Show
The guests of King’s Tower would rejoice if a reunion went down for this show. Although each member is busy being a superstar, it would be nice to get them together for a sit down to talk or even film a show that explains how they’ve changed.
The Henderson’s were an enjoyable family to watch on TV. Since the shows end, the cast has matured and little boy genius TJ Henderson (Tahj Mowry) isn’t so little anymore. Loads of laughter is being delayed as we wait for this reunion to happen.
My Brother and Me
This show made history as it was Nickelodeon’s first show to feature a predominately black cast. It was extremely popular, but due to disagreements between producers and creators it was canceled. It’s been 18 years since the shows end and it’s time to see how the cast looks and thinks as grown ups.