A show about the 60's and 70's, made in the late 80's and early 90's, and now blasting into the second decade of the 21st century. It's been quite a trip for Kevin Arnold and friends, but now, he can stream right into your living room.
Netflix announced today that they reached an agreement with Twentieth Century Fox to extend their offering of instantly streamed television shows, including the classic dramedy "The Wonder Years." Relive the awkward teen years of Kevin, Winnie and Paul -- and then, because the deal also includes the first season of "Glee," marvel at how high school is just so much more joyful these days.
If you're wondering what the stars are up to these days: Fred Savage (Kevin) is a television director and producer, with credits on "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" and "Hannah Montana"; Danica McKellar (Winnie) has made guest appearances on TV shows and has written three best selling books about middle school math; and Josh Saviano (Paul) is not Marilyn Manson, but a lawyer in New York.
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