Here’s the 411: One of the most beloved decades is back in a major way. Stars from Boy Meets World, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and more are set to headline the first-ever ’90s Con.
The three-day event will take place in Hartford, Connecticut, from March 11-13 in 2022. The That’s 4 Entertainment convention will feature first-time reunions of fan-favorite sitcoms. Cast members from Boy Meets World — including Danielle Fishel (Topanga Lawrence), Rider Strong (Shawn Hunter), Will Friedle (Eric Matthews), Matthew Lawrence (Jack Hunter) and Trina McGee (Angela Moore) — are expected to relive the glory days.
The cast of Sabrina the Teenage Witch will also get the reunion treatment with Melissa Joan Hart (Sabrina Spellman), Caroline Rhea (Hilda Spellman), Beth Broderick (Zelda Spellman), Nate Richert (Harvey Kinkle) and Jenna Leigh Green (Libby Chessler) appearing.
The cast of Family Matters — Reginald VelJohnson (Carl Winslow), Jo Marie Payton (Harriette Winslow), Kellie Williams (Laura Winslow) and Darius McCrary (Eddie Winslow) — is expected to reunite at the convention too, while TLC’s Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas will also be present.
Other A-listers on the lineup include Blossom’s Joey Lawrence, Charmed alum Holly Marie Combs, Casper star Christina Ricci, Scream actress Neve Campbell and Party of Five’s Lacey Chabert as well as host Christy Carlson Romano.
The event will give fans plenty to obsess over with photo ops, celebrity panels, a ‘90s cosplay contest, ‘90s-style quiz show, slime machine, replica of the orange couch from Friends and a Spice Girls tribute with costumes from their private collection.
“For us, the ‘90s was an era of positivity, girl power, fun, and it was an era where human connection still was treasured over the new trends of social media and virtual communication,” the organizers behind the convention said in a statement. “As young teens in the ‘90s, the artists and entertainment industry provided a gateway for us to grow up alongside these characters who were sending positive messages about friendship, family values, fashion and body image, setting a blueprint for the millennium.”
The statement continued: “For example, the Spice Girls, alongside other female groups like TLC, showed that you could have different personalities, style, background and still come together to form something amazing. It showed that you didn’t have to conform to any social norm to be yourself and be successful. We truly know who we are today because of the influences through TV shows, movies and music and artists of the ‘90s.”
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