It has been 20 years since 'My So Called Life' debuted in the US on ABC, launching the career of 'Homeland' star Clare Danes.
The 35-year-old actress has revealed she still keeps in touch with her co-stars and the show's writers.
Appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, she said, "We're still really close. We just had a barbeque around Emmy time, and all my 'My So Called Life' buddies came.
"We were just together and it was great and we all felt collectively so old! I was so little when I made it!"
'My So Called Life' ran from August 25 1994 to January 26 1995 but, despite being cancelled after one season, it garnered a cult following thanks to the combined charisma of Danes and co-star Jared Leto, who now combines a music career with movie stardom.
"It's kind of amazing!" says Danes. "I'm totally psyched by it. It's so wonderful and surprising. We didn't even make through a full season - we only shot 18 or 19 episodes. We were cancelled! We failed! Total loser show!
"But it had this incredible afterlife and it just got bought by so many cable stations. I have friends with teenage kids who are just discovering it and connecting with it. It's still relevant."
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