Jaleel White Brings Urkel Back
Nostalgia ultra for the kids of the ’90s as the ultimate kid culture tv memory returns, the reboot of Family Matters.
Jaleel White revisits his role as Steven Quincy Urkel in a reprise movie that will air on Cartoon Network and HBO Max according to tvweb.com . The movie, based on the premise of the eight-season family sitcom will star the obnoxious “Did I do that?” voiceover by the original star.
Airing September 22, 1989 the show revolves around the Winslows, a middle class family that lived in Chicago. Carl Winslow, a police officer who was quite the stick in the mud, one of the main characters who create the foundation of the show.
White In Season One Cast
Steve Urkel made his first appearance midway through season one. The quirky neighbor in suspenders and bifocal glasses had one sole purpose; winning the heart of Laura Winslow, Carl’s daughter. Carl Winslow, the often irritated man of the house finds Urkel to be the most annoying, yet lovable person.
Urkel starts as a breakout character who quickly earns his way to being the main character of the popular show.
According to familymatters.fandom.com, the show’s success lasted nearly a decade airing on ABC from 1992 to 1997, with its season finale airing on CBS. To date, Family Matters is the second longest running show. The show’s success made history as being one of the two longest running shows to star a predominately black cast.
According to tvweb.com , Did I Do That to the Holidays? A Steve Urkel, WarnerMedia’s announces its lineup of shows and movies to air on Cartoon Network before making way to HBO Max next year. The animated film is written by Wyatt Cenac as Bryan Newton serves as director.
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