Am I the only person who remembers "Everwood"? Say it ain't so! The WB / Via movieplayer.it You'd be hard pressed to find someone who watches movies or TV these days who hasn't heard of Chris Pratt. Between posts about how his relationship with wife Anna Faris will make you believe in true love, the "rumors" that Burt Macklin would be announced as the new FBI director, and the success of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, he's no unknown. Which is why it's hard for me to get why the show that gave him his start is...No, I'm not talking about Parks and Rec so don't get all upset and start reminding me that that show is no 'unknown'. I'm talking about Everwood, the 2002-2006 The WB show that no one I talk to seems to have ever heard of. Everwood, the show that you may not know or remember (though you should, because it's great), that starred so many of today's most easily recognizable faces of film and television. Starting with... Chris Pratt Mingle Media TV / Via commons.wikimedia.org Bright Abbott has definitely grown up! After evolving from an annoying older brother and school bully into a supportive albeit imperfect friend and boyfriend during the show, he’s now evolved into a Hollywood A-lister! After Everwood, Pratt made it big as Andy Dwyer on NBC’s Parks and Recreation where he was so beloved that his character’s originally just 6-episode arc became a series regular role in season 2. Since then, he’s been busy training dinosaurs in Jurassic World, traveling through space in Passengers, and saving the galaxy (he's done it twice already) as Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via giphy.com Emily VanCamp Via pbs.twimg.com Before fighting to avenge her father's wrongful conviction on ABC's Revenge, VanCamp played the teenage girl ready to do anything to save her boyfriend after a traumatic brain injury. Befriending the show's main character, Ephram, the son of a neurosurgeon (oh, how convenient?!), she quickly became the center of his world, and their relationship the center of the show. VanCamp now spends her time helping out another leading man she's befriended, Captain America, and will return to TV in Fox's The Resident this fall. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via giphy.com Gregory Smith Via pbs.twimg.com Remember Sport from Harriet the Spy, or Greg from Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century? Both were roles Gregory Smith had before he played Ephram Brown, the young piano prodigy whose life gets turned upside down when his father moves him and his sister from NYC to a tiny town in Colorado (Everwood, get it?). Since leaving Colorado (or Utah rather, where the show was filmed), Smith starred in ABC's Rookie Blue and has been directing television episodes regularly (including 5 episodes of The CW's Arrow). Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via giphy.com Sarah Drew Via fashionnstyle.com Joining the cast in season 3, Sarah Drew played Hannah Rodgers, Amy's best friend and Bright's love interest. The shy, doe-eyed, and romantically inexperienced Hannah is very similar to the early days of the character that you most likely recognize Drew as: Dr. April Kepner on ABC's Grey's Anatomy. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via giphy.com Justin Baldoni iDominick / Via commons.wikimedia.org Though he was only in the final season, Justin Baldoni's character, Reid Bardem was pretty central to the plot. The aspiring doctor lived with Bright and Ephram while dating Amy, stirring up lots of angsty, romantic drama over the course of his 15 episodes on the show. Baldoni continues to stir up steamy drama today as Rafael Solano on The CW's Jane the Virgin. The WB / Via capturescinema.blogspot.com Sarah Lancaster Via alchetron.com In addition to being Ephram's sister's babysitter, Sarah Lancaster's character Madison Kellner, was a catalyst for many of the more serious issues that the show's other characters had to deal with. After leaving her baby-sitting job in Everwood behind, Lancaster went on to play Chuck Bartowski's protective older sister, Ellie, in NBC's Chuck. The WB / Via cwseed.com Treat Williams Via imdb.com Treat Williams played Ephram's dad, Dr. Andy Brown, the famous neurosurgeon who gives up his practice and moves his family to a small town to start practicing general medicine. In addition to his rivalry with Dr. Harold Abbott, Amy and Bright's father and the other medical doctor in town, one of Everwood's central plot lines dealt with the strained relationship between Andy and Ephram. You may recognize Williams from another rocky father-son relationship that he's been a part of in NBC's Chicago Fire where he plays Kelly Severide's dad, Benny. Tom Amandes Via imdb.com Tom Amandes played Dr. Harold Abbott, the other patriarch of the show and Andy's rival. Though his relationship with his kids is (for the most part) less acrimonious than Andy and Ephram's, Harold's relationship with his mother is the source of many a comedic moment on the show. Amandes has guest starred on quite a few shows including ABC's Scandal, The CW's Arrow, and even in one of the same episodes of NBC's Chicago Fire that Treat Williams appeared in (though their characters did not meet on screen). Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via bustle.com Greg Berlanti Via businessinsider.com Ok, although he's technically not a "star" of the show, Greg Berlanti created the show and acted as a writer and executive producer for it. He even said that one particular argument between Andy and Ephram is his favorite thing that he's written. Berlanti has continued developing, writing, and producing shows, like The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl. I hope you didn't miss this show...I mean, how could you? Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via tumblr.com Paul Wesley (guest starred in season 2) doesn't get it either... Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF The WB / Via giphy.com And Steven R. McQueen (guest starred in season 4) is just disappointed in you. The WB / Via starwarped.faketrix.com But James Earl Jones (guest starred in seasons 2 & 3) is just eager to open the door to the wonderful world of Everwood for you!