The iconic teen dramas are part of the streamer's '90s Week' celebration, which also features the premiere of Mayim Bialik's NBC comedy Blossom.

March 04, 2021 at 11:28 AM EST

Dear Sally,

We have some important news for you. Today Hulu announced that all four seasons of Felicity  — the beloved Keri Russell drama that ran from 1998 to 2002 on The WB (now The CW) — will once again be available to stream on Tuesday, March 9. Also returning to the streamer as part of its "90s Week" celebration: My So-Called Life (March 11), the seminal (and short-lived) ABC drama starring Claire Danes and Jared Leto, and Blossom (March 8), the hat-tastic NBC comedy starring Mayim Bialik.

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The premieres are all part of the lead-up to Kid90, the documentary by Punky Brewster star Soleil Moon Frye about her life growing up as a star in the 1990s. Frye — who currently stars in the Punky revival on Peacock — assembled a wealth of home movies, audio recordings, and new interviews with fellow former child stars (including Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Stephen Dorff, and Brian Austin Green) for Kid90, which premieres March 12 on Hulu. (Mild spoiler alert: Charlie Sheen also plays a key and surprising role in the doc as well.)

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