The “Three's Company” cast got back together for the first time in decades, all to pay tribute to the '70s sitcom.
This past weekend, four cast members — Joyce DeWitt (Janet), Richard Kline (Larry), Priscilla Barnes (Terry) and Jenilee Harrison (Cindy) — came together to film a special for classic-TV network Antenna TV in honor of the show's (gulp!) 40th anniversary.
For the special, the actors shared their behind-the-scenes memories of the show, becoming emotional telling stories about series star John Ritter, who died unexpectedly in 2003.
Suzanne Somers, an original cast member of "Three's Company,” was not included in the special.
The comedy series aired on ABC from 1977 until 1984, and was one of that network's top-rated series for many of the years it was on the air.
Antenna TV's "Three's Company" 40th Anniversary Marathon Rendezvous will feature clips from the cast interviews. The marathon will begin at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, March 11, and run through 6 a.m. ET Monday, March 13.