Teen Witch reunion picture will probably spark some kind of TV revival

May 19, 2016 at 7:40 p.m. ET
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Did you know Blake Lively has an older sister who is also an actress? And do you know she starred in a cult fave supernatural teen flick in the '80s? You do now.

Robyn Lively posted a pic on her Instagram account that got fans of kitchy movies talking, and it could spur a new TV series.

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"Sooo... THIS happened!!! AHHHH!! #Louise #Polly #Bradtheredhotlover #Randa and #Richie! The cast of our beloved #TEENWITCH REUNITE for the DVD commentary! It was pure #MAGIC!! #nevergonnabethesameagain #yourmorningpapah Can't #topthat," Lively wrote.

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So that would be the cast of Teen Witch, a cult fave that is being released on Blu-ray soon. Fans went absolutely nuts over the photo, which means there could very well be a demand for a TV series remake of the hit — kinda along the lines of how Buffy the Vampire Slayer started out as a campy movie and eventually became an incredibly popular TV series.

Another thing going for a remake: Apparently, when Robyn performed the dance from the final scene of the movie at Blake’s wedding to Ryan Reynolds, the crowd went absolutely wild.

"Everyone else that was there was coming up to me talking about Teen Witch being their favorite," she told the Nerdist Pop My Culture podcast back in September 2013.

Robyn was joined by castmates Mandy Ingber, Noah Blake, Dan Gauthier and Joshua John Miller.

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Robyn may not be an A-lister like her sister Blake, but she has been a consistently working actress since the late '70s and has some pretty impressive credits under her belt. She has had roles in Knight Rider, Silver Spoons, 21 Jump Street, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Twin Peaks, Doogie Howser, M.D., Chicago Hope, Savannah, The X-Files, JAG, American Dreams, CSI: NY, Nip/Tuck, Cold Case, Criminal Minds, 30 Rock, Saving Grace, The Mentalist, Psych and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, among many others.