Time sure flies.
It’s been 20 years since the hit show ‘Girlfriends’ made its debut on TV screens!
To celebrate its anniversary, Tracee Ellis Ross and the girls got together for a socially distanced YouTube celebration you don’t want to miss!
Centred around the lives and friendship of four Black women, ‘Girlfriends’ enjoyed an eight season stint on air and amassed a dedicated fan base that continue to love the show years after its final episode aired.
Gaining praise for its realistic portrayal of relationships, friendships as well as its social commentary from the perspective of four African-American women, the show went on to be prematurely cancelled in 2008 (as part of a network rebranding) to the disappointment of many.
In the years since, there have been numerous calls for a concluding movie. But pending news on that, fans have been lapping up the show now that it’s debuted on Netflix.
To celebrate, the ladies sat down to chat in a way that only true Girlfriends can.
We love seeing the girls back together! Bring on the movie, especially now that creator Mara Brock Akil has signed a Netflix deal.