You might want to sit down for this knowledge bomb we're about to drop: it's been more than 10 years since "Drake & Josh" premiered on Nickelodeon. No, we're not lying -- we're guaranteed truthers here at MTV News.
"Drake & Josh" was one of the most beloved Nickelodeon shows of the 2000s. Not only was it funny as hell, but it also introduced the world to Josh Peck -- aka the greatest human gift the slime network has ever given us. Let's take a look back on what the cast is up to now.
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Not only has Josh gone through an incredible physical transformation -- to put it simply, he's an attractive everydude -- but he's also taken on some very cool roles.
He starred in "Red Dawn" alongside Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, "The Wackness" with Mary-Kate Olsen and the suspenseful flick "ATM." This fall will mark Peck's return to TV. He'll be starring alongside John Stamos in Fox's "Grandfathered." Oh, and he's down for a "Drake & Josh" reunion.
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When he's not harassing Justin Bieber or stirring up controversy on Twitter, Drake is still working on his music. He released his album "Ready, Steady, Go!" last year and is the voice of Peter Parker in the animated series "Ultimate Spider-Man."
Miranda Cosgrove (Megan Parker)
Miranda is currently studying at USC, but just because she's hitting the books doesn't mean she's out of the spotlight. She starred in her own Nickelodeon series "iCarly" after "Drake & Josh" wrapped. Most recently, she was the voice of Margo in "Despicable Me 2" and starred in "The Intruders" alongside Austin Butler last year. You can catch Miranda on the NBC midseason comedy "Crowded."
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Since his stint as Josh's hilarious dad on "Drake & Josh," Jonathan has guest starred on shows like :House of Lies," "Workaholics," "Grey's Anatomy," and "NCIS." He most recently starred in the adult comedy "Teacher of the Year."
Nancy Sullivan (Audrey Parker-Nichols)Getty Images
Nancy hasn't acted much since starring in "Drake & Josh," but she's continued to take on supporting parts in kids' programming. She most recently starred in 2013's "Abner, the Invisible Dog."
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After wrapping "Drake & Josh," Yvette snagged a lead role in NBC's quirky show "Community." She left "Community" at the end of season five for personal reasons, but now she's guest starring in the CBS sitcom "The Odd Couple." She also voices Cookie in "Pound Puppies."
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After starring on "Drake & Josh," Trainor followed Cogrove to "iCarly," where he was a main character. Recently, Jerry starred in Nick at Night's short-lived "Wendell & Vinnie" and is currently the voice of Dudley Puppy on "T.U.F.F. Puppy."