From 1996 to 2003, our lives were filled with pure, TGIF-fueled magic in the form of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch." The story of Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) her two magical aunts, Hilda (Caroline Rhea) and Zelda (Beth Broderick), and of course Salem the cat was the female-led story we all needed in our lives at the time, and Sabrina's wardrobe will surely go down in television history for being... what it was.
However, besides Hart herself, who has remained in the public eye due to "Melissa & Joey," you probably don't know what the cast is up to. So lucky for you, we found them! Check 'em out below:
Melissa Joan Hart, Sabrina SpellmanABC/FilmMagic
Melissa has stayed pretty famous since her "Sabrina" days came to an end, mostly due to the success of her ABC Family show "Melissa & Joey." The show was canceled in 2015, but with three young sons and a husband to take care of, she still has plenty to keep her busy. Oh, and she's also a supporter of the Republican party and wrote a book called "Melissa Explains It All: Tales from My Abnormally Normal Life."
Caroline Rhea, Hilda SpellmanABC/Getty
After leaving "Sabrina" before its seventh and final season, Rhea hosted "The Caroline Rhea Show" talk show for less than a year, then "The Biggest Loser" for its first three seasons. She has a young daughter, and has given voice to Linda Flynn-Fletcher on "Phineas and Ferb" since 2007. She also still appears on television, and was on "2 Broke Girls" and "Manhattan Love Story" within the last year.
Beth Broderick, Zelda SpellmanABC/Instagram
Broderick has continued to act steadily since leaving "Sabrina" after season six. She played Kate's mom on "Lost," and recurred on season one of "Under the Dome." She reunited with her former TV niece Hart on two episodes of "Melissa & Joey" in 2014, and currently resides in Austin, Texas.
Nate Richert, Harvey KinkleABC/Twitter
Jenna Leigh Green, Libby ChesslerABC/FilmMagic
Green, who left the show after three seasons, is now a certified Broadway babe. She's played both Elphaba and Nessarose in "Wicked," and in 2014 she starred in the Off-Broadway show "The Anthem." In 2015 she appeared in the James Franco-led biopic "I Am Michael," which is currently making the rounds in the festival circuit.
Martin Mull, Willard KraftABC/FilmMagic
Mull was famous long before his "Sabrina" days ("Clue," anyone?!) and he's worked relatively consistently since then. He played the spy extraordinaire Gene Parmesan on "Arrested Development" ("GENE!"), recurred on "Two and a Half Men," and starred in the short-lived 2013 Fox sitcom "Dads" with Seth Green.
Soleil Moon Frye, Roxie KingABC/WireImage
The actress formerly known as Punky Brewster has worked as a voice actor since her "Sabrina" days -- she voiced Zoey on "The Proud Family" -- but she also hosts her own show, "Home Made Simple," on the Oprah network. She's married with three young children.
Elisa Donovan, Morgan CavanaughABC/FilmMagic
Donovan, also of "Clueless" fame, has made consistent television appearances over the years, and is a mainstay in the "The Dog Who Saved Christmas" franchise. She reunited with Hart on "Melissa & Joey" in 2014, and later this year she's set to appear in a film called "Cardinal X." She's also a dedicated mom to her three-year-old daughter.
Lindsay Sloane, Valerie BirkheadABC/FilmMagic
Sloane has done quite well for herself post "Sabrina." She's currently starring on the CBS sitcom "The Odd Couple" -- which just got renewed for a second season -- she was in both "Horrible Bosses" movies, and she's guest-starred on everything from "Weeds" to "Entourage" to "Children's Hospital" to "Psych." She also is married with a toddler.
Salem The CatABC
Salem, an ungodly creature from an underworld so dark and void of laughter it makes Mordor look like Disneyland in comparison, was last seen roaming the Seventh Layer of Hell, feasting on human souls with his friend Beelzebub. If you see him, RUN.