On January 9, 2000, the critically acclaimed series, Malcolm in the Middle aired its very first episode.
The sitcom, starring Frankie Muniz, Bryan Cranston and Jane Kaczmarek, was a beloved family-friendly television show that had households around the world in stitches with its relatable storylines.
From trips to the water park to plenty of high school crushes, Malcolm, his parents Lois and Hal, and three brothers Francis, Reese and Dewey could keep us entertained for hours.
Sadly, the show ended in 2006 after seven seasons, but the reruns continue to play today.
Here’s what the cast has been up to since.
Frankie Muniz not only played the main role as Malcolm but at the height of his acting career in the early 2000s, Muniz was considered one of the most well-known child actors of his time. Starring in films such as Big Fat Liar, Agent Cody Banks and the voice of the zebra in Racing Stripes, many teenage girls adored him.
After the series ended, Muniz went on to appear in various other film and television roles in mainly cameos, whilst also getting involved in his long-time interest, car-racing.
From late 2007 through 2008, he put his acting career on hold to compete in the Atlantic Championship Series, where he came eleventh.
Then years later, he competed in Dancing with the Stars in 2017.