So which casts from your cherished childhood movies and TV shows got together this year? Actually, the better question is, which casts from your cherished childhood movies and TV shows didn't get together this year?!
2015 was officially the year of the reunion, and we can say "officially" because we just deemed it so and we are allowed to deem stuff like that. From ‘90s television favorites like All That and Saved By the Bell to iconic films like Back to the Future and Cruel Intentions, everyone was getting back together.
Here are the ones that gave you all the nostalgic feels in 2015, plus a quick update on any sequel/reunion news, if there is any:
1. Good Burger
Who: Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson
Where: The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon
Chances of a reunion project: They performed another Good Burger skit from their time on All That, so this kind of was their reunion project!
2. High School Musical
Who: Ashley Tisdale, Vanessa Hudgens, Monique Coleman, Corbin Bleu, director Kenny Ortega and choreographer Chucky Klapow
Where: Group dinner
Chances of a reunion project: Zac Efron told us in 2014 that he sees the cast often and "we're all thinking about [a reunion]." But with Efron's movie career continuing to get hotter, we wouldn't hold our breath.
3. Gossip Girl
Who: Chase Crawford, Michelle Trachtenberg, Jessica Szohr and Kelly Rutherford
Where: Elton John's AIDS Foundation Oscars Party
Chances of a reunion project: Szohr told us that it's probably not going to happen because she feels like the cast is "very far removed from that right now. But you can never say never."
4. Spice Girls
Who: Geri Halliwell, Victoria Beckham, Melanie Chisholm and Emma Bunton
Where: David Beckham's 40th birthday party
Chances of a reunion project: Almost inevitable. There have been reunion talks for years, and just this week Mel B. said it would be "rude" to not celebrate the group's 20th anniversary that's coming up. "Hopefully something will be happening pretty soon," she said "I can't tell you what it is yet."
5. All That
Who: The entire cast
Where: Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo
Chances of a reunion project: Not impossible. "Nickelodeon fans, especially, have been very vocal about what they want to see again," castmember Christina Kirkman told us. "They miss '90s TV shows and they've been saying they want All That to come back! I think we all have dreams about that."
6. West Wing
Who: Joshua Malina, Bradley Whitford, Mary McCormack, Dulé Hill, Richard Shiff, Allison Janney and Martin Sheen
Where: While filming a Funny or Die project
Chances of a reunion project: If you count getting together for a quick skit, it already happened!
7. One Tree Hill
Who: Sophia Bush, Bethany Joy Lenz, Daphne Zuniga, Paul Johansson, Lee Norris, Atwon Tanner and Stephen Colletti
Where: Group dinner
Chances of a reunion project: Definitely not for a while, if ever. "I definitely don't think enough time has passed since the show ended for there to be some sort of One Tree Hill revival or scripted reunion kind of thing," James Lafferty told us. "But you just never know what the future brings!"
8. Cruel Intentions
Who: Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair
Where: At the The Unauthorized Musical Parody Of Cruel Intentions
Chances of a reunion project: NBC is reportedly developing a series based on the movie, but obviously none of the original cast members are reprising roles.
9. Saved By the Bell
10. Harry Potter
Who: Tom Felton, Rupert Grint, Bonnie Wright and James Phelps
Where: Get together at the State Social House
Chances of a reunion project: After seven movies, you guys want more? Well, we're kind of getting more HP in the form of the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and the spinoff movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Does that count? Sure it does!
Chris Craymer/Entertainment Weekly
Who: Keri Russell, Scott Speedman and Scott Foley
Where: For Entertainment Weekly's Reunion issue
Chances of a reunion project: Highly doubtful, but Scott Foley is totally down to guest star on The Americans which will have to do for Felicity junkies.
12. Friday Night Lights
Who: Scott Porter, Gaius Charles and Matt Lauria
Where: At Porter's house to celebrate the arrival of his new baby
Chances of a reunion project: According to queen Connie Britton, it might happen if the reasoning was right. "I feel like if [director] Pete [Berg] wanted to do it, that would mean that he had an idea that was good enough and worth doing," she told Vulture. "I don't believe that he does, which is why I think it's kind of another point. But if that was the case and he had an idea and it was worth doing, I would be onboard 100 percent."
13. That's So Raven
Who: Raven-Symoné, Orlando Brown, Kyle Massey and Anneliese van der Pol
Where: The View
Chances of a reunion project: Possible, if the powers-that-be allows it. "We've been trying to do a reunion," Raven-Symoné revealed to People. "But it's up to Disney Channel if they want to or not."
14. Back to the Future
Who: Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd
Where: Jimmy Kimmel Live
Chances of a reunion project: We already had one in the form of the amazing skit the actors appeared on to celebrate Back to the Future Day. It was perfect.
Who: Scott Weinger and Linda Larkin
Where: The 2015 D23 Expo
Chances of a reunion project: Not only did the voice actors reunite for the Disney convention this year, but the people behind the singing voices of Aladdin and Jasmine, Brad Kane and Lea Salonga, got together to sing "A Whole New World" on Good Morning America. Basically, we were spoiled this year when it came to Aladdin nostalgia.
Who: Drake, Al Mukaddam, Mazin Elsadig, Adamo Ruggiero, Lauren Collins and Daniel Clark
Where: At a screening for the new web series We Are Disorderly
Chances of a reunion project: Degrassi just ended this year after 14 seasons, but new episodes will air on Netflix in 2016.
17. The Baby-Sitters Club
Who: Rachael Leigh Cook, Bre Blair, Larisa Oleynik, Marla Sokoloff, Schuyler Fisk and Stacey Ramsower
Where: 20th anniversary screening in Austin, Texas
Chances of a reunion project: The author of the iconic series, Ann M. Martin, recently told Elle that she wasn't against doing a reunion book, so maybe another movie has a shot of happening?
18. Lizzie McGuire
Who: Hilary Duff, Lalaine and Jake Thomas
Where: Bowling outing in Los Angeles
Chances of a reunion project: Well, Thomas did write this very cryptic post on his website after the photo of the trio took over the Internet. "It was great for us all to see each other again, and perhaps there's something in the works very soon," he wrote, adding a wink face. Either he's teasing us terribly or preparing us for a reunion project.
19. Hocus Pocus
Who: Omri Katz, Vinessa Shaw and Thora Birch
Where: Dinner together...on Halloween, no less!
Chances of a reunion project: According to producer and co-writer David Kirschner, he's pitched a sequel to Disney and is waiting to get the green light. And it seems like the entire cast is up for doing another one, so we'll just wait for the magic to happen again.
20. Full House
Who: The entire cast, minus the Olsen sisters
Where: Everywhere! But most importantly, they got together to film Fuller House
Chances of a reunion project: Blessed be to Netflix, we're getting new episodes about the Tanner family in Feb. 2016.