Tia Mowry and 'Sister, Sister' cast member melt hearts in mini-reunion photo after 18 years
Tia Mowry reunites with her "Sister Sister" castmates for a new project that is sure to excite their fans. After 18 long years, the tight-knit cast finally has the opportunity to work with one another again, and it's definitely something they've been enjoying.
Actor Tim Reid posted an image of his castmates, Tia Mowry Hardrict and Jackee Harry while cuddled up against each other in what seems to be a cold location. In his caption, Tim described how long it's been since they've gotten together to shoot.
"It only took 18 years, but what great fun to once again work with Jackee and Tia. Missing Tamera. Shooting in Salt Lake City, and the film is called, “Family and Faith.” @jackeeharry @tiamowry#tvfamily #lovetolive #lifeisgood#stillinthegame"
The trio worked together on the hit ABC TV show "Sister Sister", which focused on a blended family joined by two identical twins who discover each other during a trip to the mall. The show ran for five years, from 1994 to 1999.
Reid played the family patriarch, Raymond Earl "Ray" Campbell, while Harry played the mom, Lisa Landry Sims. Tia and Tamera kept both their first names but took on their adoptive parents' last names for their roles.
As of date, it is unclear which network will be airing their new movie, or if it is set to hit the big screen. However, it can be assumed that it'll be good to go by Christmas season for everyone to enjoy with the rest of their families, given that the film is called "Family and Faith".
This film is a breath of fresh air for Tia, who has been focusing on taking care of her daughter Cairo. Cairo was born back in May, and it seems the two haven't spent long times apart ever since. This filming in Salt Lake City might even be the first time the second-time mother was apart from her darling daughter.
Rest assured, she has a whole squad of family members ready to step in during her absence, led by her loving husband Cory Hardrict, and eldest son Cree Hardrict.