The series followed Romeo Miller and his siblings — a TV foster family way before The Fosters — as they pursued careers in music, while their father (Master P), a record producer, juggled his own career and his four kids. (Full Disclosure: MTV and Nickelodeon are both owned by Viacom.)
Here's what the cast has been up in the last decade.
Romeo Miller as himself
After his series ended, Miller moved on with plenty more film and TV roles, including Madea's Witness Protection and an appearance on Dancing with the Stars. Formerly known as "Lil' Romeo," Miller has released new music like the mixtape Fighting Monsters. In addition to attending the University of Southern California, Miller is also a fashion designer and is writing a graphic novel, Drém.
Master P as himself
A veteran rapper and Romeo's father, Master P (real name Percy Miller) has released several albums since his Romeo! days, including Empire, from the Hood to Hollywood in 2015. He also founded Let the Kids Grow, a non-profit organization that helps kids express themselves in safe environments. Both he and Romeo starred in King of the South, a biopic about Master P himself.
Erica O'Keith as Jordi Miller
After Romeo!, O'Keith starred in the TV movie Jane Doe: Ties That Bind, then seemingly took a break from acting. In 2016 she appeared in the short film Sugar, about Alzheimer's disease.
Noel Callahan as Louis Testaverde
Foster brother Louis lives in Vancouver and balances several jobs. He's been the owner and head of promotions for HomeGrown Vancouver since 2013.
Zachary Williams as Gary Miller
The youngest Miller sibling played the recurring role of Malik Dobbers on Lincoln Heights and reunited with his TV brother Romeo Miller in Crush on U. Williams is also working on Clash of the Vampires, a new Netflix series, with Bobb'e J. Thompson, who played Stanley on That's So Raven.
Natashia Williams as Angeline "Angie" Eckert-Miller
After playing stepmom to Percy's four kids, Williams made guest appearances on CSI: NY and The Vampire Diaries (pictured above). According to her IMDb page, she has two sons with husband Brevin Blach.
Victoria Jackson as Marie Rogers
The kids' goofy nanny is a Saturday Night Live alum, and since the series, has appeared in countless projects. According to her website, Jackson has her own political webshow, The Victoria Jackson Show, and released a memoir, Is My Bow Too Big? How I went from SNL to the Tea Party, in 2012. Moreover, Jackson proudly finished her radiation cancer treatments last month.
Brittney Wilson as Myra
Wilson played Romeo's wacky friend and not-so-secret admirer. She's since appeared in Bates Motel, R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour, Continuum, and more. Last year, she starred in the controversial film The Unauthorized Full House Story as Older Candace Cameron.