‘The Brady Bunch’ Reunion Airs Tonight: How to Watch, Everything to Know

by Joe Rutland
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Four original stars of The Brady Bunch will get together on Sunday night as part of a special put on by People Magazine.

According to an article from TV Line, People Presents: Blended Christmas will air on Lifetime at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central.

Actors Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland, and Susan Olsen are part of this show. 

Here’s a look at the synopsis of this holiday special: “A couple (7th Heaven‘s Haylie Duff and The Haves and the Have Nots‘ Aaron O’Connell) just tries to make sure that their bickering families try to get along during a holiday vacation; The Brady Bunch‘s Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland, Susan Olsen and Barry Williams co-star.” 

With that storyline, it might be presumptive to point out what The Brady Bunch cast members will be doing here.

Yet the OG sitcom was about a man and a woman trying to bring their bunch of three kids together under one roof. Robert Reed and Florence Henderson played parents Mike and Carol Brady, respectively.

If you want to see what these four veterans from The Brady Bunch will be doing on this special, then tune in on Sunday night.

‘The Brady Bunch’ Star Williams Offers Some Comments on Christmas Movie

This Christmas movie definitely brings some Brady cheer back to the TV screen. For Barry Williams, he was all on board.

Williams, who played Greg Brady in the original ABC series The Brady Bunch, considers the TV movie has a lot of positivity.

In an interview with Fox News, he said, “It has the kind of message that is sorely needed and much appreciated in these times.

“Christmas has always been special for me personally and also for the Bradys,” Williams said. “This will be our third big Christmas movie. And it’s an opportunity for all of us to work together and work together not playing Bradys. So I think that kind of combination was very hard to pass up.”

Yes, Outsiders, we all know that there were other stars of the sitcom.

Are they still close? According to Williams, that answer is an affirmative yes.

He said those experiences in the sitcom and other specials “bonded [them] for life.”

Barry Williams Has Left Hollywood To Live, Work in The Ozark Mountains

If Branson, Mo., sounds familiar to you, then it should because there have been so many performers that have worked there.

The town is in the midst of the Ozark Mountains and Williams is calling it home.

In the interview with Fox News, The Brady Bunch star talked about living there. Williams said he loves it since it had “a special rural feel that you don’t get right here in the midst of the crowds of LA.”

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