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Mayim Bialik’s ‘Blossom’ Is Coming to Hulu — Get Out the Popcorn

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If you’re a fan of the 1990s sitcom “Blossom,” life is about to get a whole lot more enjoyable. Because as of November 21, all five seasons of “Blossom” will be available to stream on Hulu. Just in time for Thanksgiving. Thank the streaming gods!

The announcement came yesterday, via Twitter, from Mayim Bialik, the former star of “Blossom” current actor on the hit TV show “The Big Bang Theory,” and a member of the Kveller family.

Last year in an interview with Uproxx, Mayim talked about what it was like to star in the show when she was so young:

I was a very, very moody, dark person. All the fun that we had that you see on screen we had in real life. We learned to dance together, we took tap dancing, for a couple years of the time there we would take tap dancing at lunch time, we had a teacher come and teach both of us. We had a great time. I’m sure you can fake that kind of chemistry but we happened to really enjoy what we did.

She went on to say how it also raised awareness among girls that you don’t need to be happy all the time — and you don’t need to look a certain way:

We did a great episode called “Blue Blossom,” which was about her being depressed and those were things we were trying to normalize. Honestly, with how much more materialistic and superficial a lot of our culture has gotten for young men and young women, I think it’s especially refreshing to realize that we did a show about someone that wasn’t always feeling great and looking great. The character did not look like a runway model. She wore normal clothes. Some days we had flannel shirts and jeans days.

Do you remember the time David Schwimmer was in “Blossom?” Well, he was:

Time to stroll down memory lane.

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