A "My So-Called Life" reunion is finally happening ... but there's a catch.
Wilson Cruz (Rickie Vasquez), Devon Odessa (Sharon Cherski), Bess Armstrong (Patty Chase), Devon Gummersall (Brian Krakow) and creator Winnie Holzman will gather together at the second annual ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas this June.
Sadly, stars Claire Danes (Angela Chase), Jared Leto (Jordan Catalano), A.J. Langer (Rayanne Graff), Tom Irwin (Graham Chase) and Lisa Wilhoit (Danielle Chase) are noticeably absent from the list of cast members who will be a part of the "My So-Called Life" reunion.
The coming-of-age series only lasted one season, but its legacy has lived on. "My So-Called Life," which still has a cult following, launched Danes' career and earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy nomination at the ripe old age of 15.
"We had an uphill battle and there were a lot of elements that led to its demise," Cruz told Zap2it of "My So-Called Life" in 2011. "But in the end, the esteem to which that show is held in really testified to its value. And I think all of us who were involved with it are so incredibly proud of all of the work."
The four-day ATX Television Festival, which takes place from June 6 to June 9, will also see reunions for the "Party of Five," "Boy Meets World," "Friday Night Lights" and "American Dreams" casts. In addition, a slew of executive producers and showrunners from your favorite series, like "Cougar Town" creator Bill Lawrence, "The Vampire Diaries" executive producer Julie Plec, "Once Upon a Time" creators Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, will be in attendance.
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