Melissa Joan Hart celebrates 100 episodes of Melissa&Joey and talks about the final episodes and what fans can expect from the finale
ENTERTAINMENT DRIVE-THRU PRESENTS……
MELISSA JOAN HART
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Melissa Joan Hart has a list of credits far beyond her years. Having made her first national commercial at age 4, she is now a veteran of television, film and theater. Hart is currently celebrating 100 episodes of ABC Family series “Melissa & Joey.” She is executive-producing the half-hour multi-camera comedy along with her co-star, Joey Lawrence.
Hart is best known internationally for her starring role in “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” which is produced by her company, Hartbreak Films, in association with Viacom and aired on The WB and ABC Networks. The show is also in syndication around the world and has inspired two “Wonderful World of Disney” movies, “Sabrina Goes to Rome” and “Sabrina Down Under,” both of which she produced and starred in after the success of the first TV movie, “Sabrina,” for Showtime in 1995.
Hart has also directed several episodes of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” Disney Channel’s single camera show “So Weird,” and Nickelodeon’s multi-camera show, “Taina.” Hart directed her short film, “Mute,” which she also produced. “Mute” was in competition at many film festivals in 2006, including Palm Springs, Tribeca, Newport, Vail and Sarasota Film Festivals, to name a few. When Hart was married in July 2003, her wedding was produced by Hartbreak as a reality series and aired on ABC Family.
On the big screen, Hart starred in the romantic comedy “Drive Me Crazy,” for which she won a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award. She made a memorable appearance as “yearbook girl” in the graduation night comedy, “Can’t Hardly Wait.” She’s recently starred and executive-produced the thriller “Nine Dead.”
She currently resides in Connecticut with her husband, Mark, and two sons.
MELISSA JOAN HART
Cast and crew from Sabrina The Teenage Witch
Working with her mom
Mel Burke her favorite character
Network wanted James Van Beek as Joey
King of Harts
We enjoy playing these characters so much
She´s been my favorite character i´ve ever played
We ended our series and it was so bittersweet. Like graduating!
The writers do such a good job of keeping the series relevant and cool
It´s getting to be Lucy-esque.
I don´t think he said the word Whoa! for a decade.
We had cast joey originally and the network asked him to grow his hair out and he showed up shaved
That was from the movie My Fake Fiance
We were doing season 1a/1b. Let´s just get to a 100 and end it. We got to a 104
My mom protects me and she´s always been there running the show
I have so many friends coming from Sabrina the Teenage Witch
The writers did such a great thing of tying loose ends and being funny in the process
The series finale will air in August. I´m sure i will be asked for a reunion
The only people that last that long are The Simpsons and soap operas
Our goodbye present for the cast&crew was wine glasses
Joey and I never wanted it to end.
I´ve moved on in my live and get to be a new mommy again. New venture with my family: King of Hearts
She was not much for compliments so the show creator David Kendall started saying “I´m not giving you a compliment right now…BUT” and then gave her a compliment
SONG OF THE SHOW
“Stuck with Me by Joey Lawrence (Theme of Melissa and Joey)
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