Child star actress and talk show co-host, Tamera Mowry, 42, joined in the popular online Throwback Thursday by posting a "Sister, Sister" snap of herself and her twin, Tia Mowry.
Tamera and Tia Mowry were the stars of the 90s sitcom "Sister, Sister." While the two are grown up with families of their own, they still share a sisterly bond.
Tamera Mowry-Housley and Tia Mowry-Hardrict at Emerson Theatre on November 4, 2013. | Photo: Getty Images
The 42-year-old uploaded an image of themselves as teenagers. The young sisters donned matching outfits from head to toe. Even their long hair matched in similar curls.
One of the twins leaned cheerfully on the other's shoulders and their faces lit up in smiles. The talk show co-host had this to say about the image,
"I still remember this photo shoot. So happy we can all relive it again thanks to @strongblacklead and @netflix. You can start streaming #SisterSister on September 1."
Tamera Mowry, Darlene Mowry, and Tia Mowry at the red carpet of the "Are We Done Yet?" Los Angeles premiere at Mann Village Theater in Westwood on April 01, 2007 | Photo: Getty Images
Fans could not curtail their excitement as they heard the news of the classic sitcom airing on Netflix soon. Many expressed that they have long anticipated having the show back on TV. One person said, "Yay! My son is going to love this show."
When she talked about her departure, she referenced the friendship that has been built with the other women on the show.
While "Sister, Sister" will air in September on Netflix, the network has also announced that there will be a variety of other Black comedies like "Moesha" which will begin on August 1, "The Game" on August 15, and "Girlfriends" on September 11.
Meanwhile, "The Parkers," "Half & Half," and "One on One" will be available for streaming in October. This move is due to the Network's push of its Strong Black Lead marketing arm which debuted in 2018.
A news outlet met with the network's forerunners and they explained the aims and objectives of Strong Black Lead. According to them,
"The goal of Strong Black Lead is to celebrate and lift up Black Hollywood. These trailblazing shows are a huge part of that story..."
While "Sister, Sister" is coming on the big screens soon, the child star actress and talk show co-anchor is making some career changes. Tamera announced that she has served her time on "The Real" and that her next step is to pursue other opportunities.
She has been a member of the show since 2013 when she joined co-stars, Loni Love, Andrienne Houghton, Tamar Braxton, and Jeannie Mai.
Tamera is currently married to former Fox Correspondent, Adam Housley and the couple shares two kids. The mother-of-two has a wonderful relationship with her family and has managed the same with her co-workers.
So when she talked about her departure, she referenced the friendship that has been built with the other women on the show and explained that she would miss them.
Love, a comedian and co-anchor said that she was not too pleased with the decision but that she would support her girl.
Congratulations are also in order for the Mowry household as their baby brother, Tavior Mowry, recently got engaged to his girlfriend, Zandy Fitzgerald.
Tavior is a singer and is trying to carve a niche for himself in the entertainment industry with his sounds. Luckily for him, his fiancée is also musically inclined.
His sisters congratulated him on the big news and mentioned that they are glad to have a new family member on board.