Williams starred on the hit WB series from 1998 2003
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Michelle Williams has taken to hosting her own, very exclusive Dawson’s Creek reunions.

Williams sat down with Today co-host Savannah Guthrie on Monday to discuss her latest role in the Broadway play Blackbird, and Guthrie couldn’t help ask the question of the moment: What are the chances of a reunion?

To fans’ disappointment Williams, 35, acknowledged her character Jen Lindley’s chances of appearing in any sort of reboot or revival are slim.

“I died,” she reminded Guthrie. “I would have to come back as a ghost – or put a lot of filters on the camera, and I’ll do flashback scenes.”

Added Williams, “I think it’s a fun thing to sort of imagine. I like imagining it. But I haven’t really heard anybody say anything like actually serious about that happening.”

Although a return to the Creek may not be in her future, Williams did admit that she has her own get-togethers with former costars.

“We make little Dawson’s Creek reunions. Sometimes I’ll see Mary Beth Peil, who played my Grams, and Busy Philipps, and we have, like, little mini-reunions,” she revealed. “But I guess they’re sort of private!”