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What you love: Jennie Garth talks briefly about Dan Schneider and co-star Amanda Bynes

What you love: Jennie Garth talks briefly about Dan Schneider and co-star Amanda Bynes




What you love: Jennie Garth talks briefly about Dan Schneider and co-star Amanda Bynes




Jennie Garth, who co-starred with Amanda Bynes in Dan Schneider's What I Like About You, shared her thoughts on the allegations against her co-star and former Nickelodeon showrunner.



Jennie Garth has no interest in looking back at her WB days.



Two weeks after the release of her explosive docuseries Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, the 51-year-old actress joined forces with What I Like About You co-creator Dan Schneider and co-stars He looked back on his relationship with Amanda. Vines.



"I never want to talk about Dan Schneider again in my life," Garth told The Hollywood Reporter in a March 30 article.



And her "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum revealed that she and Bynes haven't spoken since the documentary was released, but added, "I just love her and would love to see her again anytime." "There is," he added.



Garth, who co-starred with Bynes on the WB series from 2002 to 2006, previously said that although the two have not been in touch, she said they will always have a special connection. After all, she told Entertainment Tonight in 2019, "We're like soul sisters."



Schneider responded to allegations of inappropriate behavior on set for the harrowing documentary. "It's been very hard for me to watch the last two nights," he said in a video interview posted March 19. "I have to face my past actions, some of which I am ashamed of and some of which I regret. And that I have to apologize pretty strongly to some people. There is no doubt about it.”

And Garth wasn't the only star to comment on Scheider and the former Nickelodeon star.


Finally, Kenan Thompson expressed his support for those who have shared their experiences, saying, "My heart goes out to the victims and their families."



During an appearance on Tamron Hall on March 27, the former All That star said that many of the allegations "happened after I left the network" and that the project had another showrunner, so Schneider emphasized that Kenan & Kell did not have much influence.



"This is supposed to be a safe place, right?" he added. "This is supposed to be a safe place for kids, so when you hear that, you think, 'Why would they do that?'"

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