• BHM 2022 badge

17 Years Later, The "Everybody Hates Chris" Cast Is Still Killin' It

Everybody hates how fast time flies!

Comedian Chris Rock's memories of his childhood in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, inspired him to co-create the hilarious series Everybody Hates Chris, with director and writer Ali LeRoi in 2005.

The cast of Everybody Hates Chris poses at a UPN event at Madison Square Garden

Now, here's a look at what the talented cast of Everybody Hates Chris has been up to since the show ended in 2009:

Tyler James Williams then:

Tyler James Williams as Chris gets ready to go to school in "Everybody Hates Chris"

Tyler James Williams now:

Tyler James Williams poses as Gregory in "Abbott Elementary"

Terry Crews then:

Terry Crews as Julius eats at a family dinner in "Everybody Hates Chris"

Terry Crews now:

Terry poses for an "America's Got Talent: Extreme" promotional image

Tichina Arnold then:

Tichina Arnold as Rochelle looks for a new TV for the family

Tichina Arnold now:

Tichina Arnold poses at the 2021 Soul Train Awards on November 20, 2021

Tequan Richmond then:

Tequan Richmond as Drew gets ready to play football with neighborhood kids

Tequan Richmond now:

Imani Hakim then:

Tonya drinks a soda and talks to Chris at the laundromat

Imani Hakim now:

Imani Hakim poses at the 24th SCAD Savannah Film Festival

Vincent Martella then:

Greg forgives Chris for neglecting him after joining the basketball team

Vincent Martella now:

Chris Rock then:

Chris Rock plays the role of a guidance counselor in "Everybody Hates Chris"

Chris Rock now:

Chris Rock watches an NBA game between the Golden State Warriors and the New York Knicks in December 2021

Me, seeing how this cast is still thriving in their lives:

Make sure to head right here for more of BuzzFeed's Black History Month coverage.

Black History Month

You can watch Everybody Hates Chris now on Peacock

There are so many things you can watch on Peacock for free, but if you want even more content, you can sign up for Peacock Premium for $4.99 a month or Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 a month after a seven-day free trial.