Everyone loves a good comeback and as of late, TV has been chock-full of them.
When "The Voice's" Cee Lo Green had the former "Family Matters" star Jaleel White -- better known as Steve Urkel -- lip-sync in his "Cry Baby" music video, it was clear that though Urkel had fallen, he's gotten up. Soon enough, it was announced that White would get a new small screen gig: hosting a SyFy game show called "Total Blackout."
But he's far from the only actor from a '90s black sitcom to return to TV recently: "Sister, Sister" twins Tia and Tamera Mowry starred in their own blockbuster Style Network reality series; Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played Rudy on "The Cosby Show," got a gig on "Tyler Perry's House of Payne;" her TV big brother Malcolm Jamal Warner (a.k.a. Theo Huxtable) had a stint on "Community"; Jasmine Guy, the beloved Whitley from "A Different World," plays a supernatural grandma on "The Vampire Diaries;" and there are many more.
In honor of the recent resurgence and Black History Month, click through the slideshow below to see where your favorite '90s sitcom stars are on the small screen today!
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