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Jun 11 2014

“Blossom” is Returning to Television!

By at 1:39 pm


You asked for it, you got it. Not that I had anything to do with it….but… “Blossom” is coming to HUB TV!

The show has never formally been in syndication even though it ran for five years and people liked it and all of that jazz. Shout Factory released the first and second seasons on DVD, but never released seasons 3, 4, or 5, so our little show sort of fell into a black hole it seemed.

Well, now you can watch all of my humiliating coming-of-age stories and fashion styles from 1990-1994 from the comfort of your very own home! You can watch me go from gangly 14-year-old to gangly 19-year-old. You can see my first kiss (with Stephen Dorff) and you can see me kiss Johnny Galecki, too. It’s all such good times when it’s not you watching yourself be awkward and gangly, right? Enjoy! 

In all seriousness, it’s exciting. Very exciting. And I get to do some promos with Joey Lawrence (“Joey”), Jenna von Oy (“Six”) and my teenage crush who played my older brother “Anthony,” Michael Stoyanov.

And, no: I still will not be having my sons watch me on TV. “Blossom” has episodes about safe sex, there are episodes with Joey dreaming about Playboy bunnies; it’s not for my little men! They’ll have to wait until they are Bar Mitzvah at least!

Here’s a somewhat official “industry” write-up of this whoa-worthy news!

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About Mayim

Mayim Bialik is the grandchild of immigrants from Eastern Europe and the mother of two young boys. She is best known for her lead role in the 1990s NBC sitcom Blossom, as well as her current role as Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS' The Big Bang Theory.

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