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The coming-of-age comedy aired on ABC for six seasons from 1988 to 1993

By Aurelie Corinthios
February 06, 2019 02:19 PM
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Some familiar faces got together for a Wonder-ful reunion this week.

The Wonder Years stars Fred Savage, Josh Saviano and Danica McKellar reunited for lunch in Los Angeles on Tuesday — and they’ve got the selfie to prove it.

“The more things change, the more things stay the same, and the more I enjoy hanging out with these 2,” Saviano, 42, captioned the photo on Instagram, adding, “@thefredsavage and @danicamckellar you guys are like family to me. Love ya!”

McKellar, 44, reposted the photo on her own account.

“This group look familiar to anyone?” she quipped. “I got to see these guys for lunch yesterday — it was so much fun to catch up and hear how their beautiful families are doing! And yes, @joshsaviano, I totally agree — *you guys* are like family… I mean, we DID grow up together, after all.”

“#memories#goodfriends #goodtimes #childhoodfriends #childhoodcoworkers (Am I the first to use that hashtag?) #TheWonderYears #losañosmaravillosos#AnosIncríveis,” she added.

The coming-of-age comedy aired on ABC for six seasons from 1988 to 1993. Savage and Saviano starred as best friends Kevin Arnold and Paul Pfeiffer, respectively, and McKellar played Kevin’s love interest Winnie Cooper.

Sadly, the occasional get-together might be all fans can hope for: Savage told PEOPLE in 2015 there was “zero” chance of an official revival.

“The show was about a time in your life,” he said. “The show was about this finite moment in your life that has a beginning and an end, and I think that’s what makes people long for that time in your life.”

“You can’t really go back to it,” he added. “You can’t all be 12 again, and that’s why that time in our life is so special and why all the memories still stay with us and warm us and haunt us and all those things — because we can’t go back to it.”

In 2016, McKellar said a reboot could “possibly” be done without Savage, but might not “feel the same.” Plus, she wondered, “Who would narrate it?”