Ten years after the series finale of Just Shoot Me! aired on NBC, the cast reunited for lunch on Monday, Feb. 4. Series star David Spade shared a picture from the outing via Instagram two days later.
The picture shows Spade (Dennis Finch), Wendie Malick (Nina Van Horn), Enrico Colantoni (Elliot DiMauro), Laura San Giacomo (Maya Gallo) and George Segal (Jack Gallo) huddled around a wooden table.
Just Shoot Me! followed the staff of the fictional Blush magazine. Created by Modern Family's Steven Levitan, the comedy ran for seven seasons until its final episode aired on August 16, 2003. Since then, the cast has kept busy with other projects.
Spade, 48, currently stars in CBS' Rules of Engagement and has appeared in movies like Grandma's Boy and Grown Ups. Malick, 62, has played Victoria Chase on TV Land's Hot in Cleveland since 2010. Colantoni, 49, stayed on the small screen with roles on Veronica Mars, Flashpoint and Person of Interest. San Giacomo, 50, made a guest appearance on Veronica Mars with Colantoni and starred in TNT's Saving Grace from 2007-2007; she also made a cameo on Malick's Hot in Cleveland. Segal, 78, starred in Retired at 35 for two seasons.
During its seven-season run, Just Shoot Me! was nominated for seven Golden Globe awards and six Emmy awards.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Just Shoot Me! Cast Reunites After 10 Years in New Instagram Picture
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