They have style, they have flair, they’re there: The Nanny cast reunites for virtual table read

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The triumphant story about a trophy girlfriend from Flushing-turned-best caretaker in Manhattan is still a widely beloved ‘90s sitcoms almost 21 years after the series finale—so much so that fans often wonder (audibly, might we add) when the six-season wonder will be available on streaming platforms. Star and co-creator Fran Drescher actually addressed one of these inquiries just last week with a tease of a forthcoming “surprise in the works.” We quietly assumed that the surprise would be the overdue announcement of the catalog’s arrival to Hulu or Netflix. (Or that we would finally see some movement on that Drescher/Cardi B. revival that we’ve been hearing so much about.) Boy, were we wrong.

Per Variety, the original cast will be coming together for a virtual table read that will post on Sony Pictures’ YouTube channel the morning of April 6. Like most of the globe these days, they will be connecting through Zoom to record the reunion. Drescher spoke of her and series co-creator, Peter Marc Jacobson’s, decision to get the gang back together again in a statement to Variety:

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