It’s hard to believe it’s been two decades since Student Bodies hit the airwaves. And yet here we are, with star Ross Hull taking to Facebook to not only celebrate but to hint fans could help bring the cast together for a reunion.
The below video looks back on those innocent times, when cell phones were big, problems were small, the school newspaper was a comic book and Green Day’s “(Good Riddance) Time of Your Life” was the soundtrack to life. Now Hull is asking fans to head to the show’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages for support in hopes a reunion project can happen.
Created by Alan Silberberg, Judy Spencer and Michael Klinghoffer, Student Bodies aired on Global and YTV in Canada as it showcased the lives of students at the fictional Thomas A. Edison High School. It ran for three seasons and—aside from Hull—starred Nicole Lyn, Katie Emme McIninch, Miklos Perlus, Jessica Goldapple, Mark Taylor, Jamie Elman, Victoria Sanchez, Dino Valiotis, Erin Simms, Jennifer Finnigan and Katheryn Winnick.
What do you remember about Student Bodies? Who were your favourite characters? Do you want to see a reunion happen? Comment below!
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