By Isabel Jones
Aug 03, 2017 @ 2:30 pm
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Nearly 15 years have passed since the charming family drama Everwood premiered on The WB. A LOT has changed for the cast and crew in that time, and that became abundantly clear when the bulk of the show’s ensemble reunited in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.

The series’ primary leads Treat Williams, Gregory Smith, and Emily VanCamp appeared at the nostalgic event, joined by Tom Amandes, Debra Mooney, Vivien Cardone, Stephanie Niznik, John Beasley, Justin Baldoni, creator Greg Berlanti, and executive producer Rina Mimoun.

Noticeably absent from the festivities was Chris Pratt, who got an early career start as a supporting character on the series. Sarah Drew was also missing, though it seems she was shooting Grey’s Anatomy at the time. 

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It was an emotional time for everyone involved (including us!) and Williams couldn’t help but reminisce about his time on the show.

“Seeing each other today was like we shot yesterday afternoon and we’re back on set again. This is one of the nicest days I’ve ever had. It’s nice seeing everybody, I have to tell you,” he told his former co-stars.

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Cardone (who’s 24 now, can you believe it?) comforted her on-screen dad as he spoke. 

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Though the topic hasn’t been broached in a serious manner, Smith shared that he thought the cast would be open to a reunion à la Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. "No one's asked but I think we all would like to work together again," he said.

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