'Family Matters' Star Darius McCrary Discusses Possible Revival before Meeting with Jaleel White

Olowokandi Fiyin
Sep 22, 2019
05:00 P.M.
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The popular 60s sitcom, "Family Matters," might get a comeback, as confirmed by McCrary in a
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minute-long
YouTube clip.

The latest success in the relaunching of major 1990s TV shows has led to the wishful thinking about this popular television show. What's more? Darius McCrary confirmed, "Family Matters" might return in all the magnificence of Steve Urkel. 

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McCrary, who portrayed Eddie Winslow on the ABC program while it aired from 1989 to 1998,

said

:

"I'm not at liberty to say too much, but I had a great meeting. I'm going to a meeting with Jaleel White now."

In a YouTube clip, McCray also revealed that his friends are consulting with "big agencies" like "Netflix" to revive the sitcom, as uploaded by TooFab. 

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While we are on the edge of our seats waiting for an affirmation from the iconic duo that "Family Matters" is a go, McCray

remarked

:

    "I'm going to ask him right now," referring to his co-star, White. 

The last we heard of this pair was in 2018 when they blessed our eyes with a cozy picture of them, as

reported

by Pop Culture. 

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McCrary and White, both of whom were 40, remained the best buddies in July 1998 during the last episode of "Family Matters."

The stars, Darius McCrary and Jaleel White, from "Family Matters" reconciled to give us a peculiar picture that made us reminisce the two main characters on the beloved TV show of the' 90s.

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In the snapshot, McCrary, who played the role of Eddie Winslow, was resting his elbow on White's shoulder. As for Jaleel White, who portrayed the legendary Steve Urkel, signified the camera while wearing a MLB cap in reverse. 

It is imperative to note that fans have been waiting for the reboot of the popular TV show, as they took to the post to comment:

"WE NEED A REUNION!!!"

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one fan declared 

"Redo the show it's a great idea...why not...all the other older shows are coming back,"

another fan cajoled 

The entire "Family Matters" crew also had a big reunion, according to reports by Essence. Perhaps " they'll be granting the wishes of these fans sooner than we anticipated!  

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