When "The Brady Bunch" first premiered in 1969, it was one of the first shows to feature a stepfamily adjusting to the the highs and lows of a shared household. Sure, Mike Brady's wife had passed away -- so he wasn't a divorcé -- but the show illustrated that it was possible for two families to live together harmoniously and paved the way for future television shows featuring blended families (Think: "Step By Step" and "Modern Family").
The sitcom, which ended in 1974, has lived on in syndication and today, it could be getting a reboot with Vince Vaughn as executive producer. The new show will follow a divorced Bobby Brady, who now has children of his own, as he marries a divorced single mother.
Below, a look back at the stars of the original "Brady Bunch." Click through to see what they're doing today, then weigh in: Did "The Brady Bunch" change the way you viewed family when you were growing up?
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