They're Still All That
Some of our favorite '90s girls are popping up on TV, proving they're anything but so last millennium
Then Following turns in Sleepless in Seattle, Now and Then, and Everyone Says I Love You, Hoffmann said “H and G” (“hi and goodbye,” duh) to screen roles, focusing on college and working as a doula.
Now The 32-year-old New York native didn’t have to look far (Brooklyn) for her gig as Adam’s unstable sister in season 3 of HBO’s Girls (Sundays, 10 p.m.). Fair warning, Tom Hanks: There will be nudity.
Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling
Then Unless you spent the decade in a Siberian boarding school, you know this duo’s zip by heart: Beverly Hills, 90210.
Now Garth, 41, and Spelling, 40, will reunite for ABC Family’s Mystery Girls (debuting in 2014), playing former ’90s TV stars (wink!) who headlined their own detective show and now decide to solve “real” crimes. All we have to say is, Watch your back, Cumberbatch!
Then Raven-haired Ricci was delightfully dark in the Addams Family movies. She got ghoulish again — in the friendliest of ways — for the live-action Casper and costarred with Hoffmann in Now and Then.
Now Ricci, 33, takes the lead in Lifetime’s Lizzie Borden Took an Ax (Jan. 25, 8 p.m.) as the infamous Sunday-school teacher tried for her parents’ murder. Century-old spoiler alert: She was acquitted.