1. Sarah Jessica Parker Getty Images, Jemal Countess The former Carrie Bradshaw actress has, since 2016, been executive producing (and playing the lead role of Frances) in her HBO series, Divorce. 2. Jennifer Aniston Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images, Getty Images As almost anyone not living under a rock knows, Rachel from Friends has since become famous on the big screen. She'll soon be appearing in Alexandre Moors's war film The Yellow Birds, which will be released in June. 3. Neve Campbell Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images, Frazer Harrison / Getty Images You probably still remember this Canadian actress from Party of Five or Scream. This July, she'll appear in the thriller Skyscraper with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. 4. Kate Hudson George De Sota / Getty Images, Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images We first saw Kate's breakout roles in Almost Famous and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. These days, she's the co-founder of the activewear brand Fabletics and recently appeared in Marshall in 2017, which starred Chadwick Boseman. 5. Jennifer Love Hewitt Getty / Media Association, Imeh Akpanudosen / Getty Images The actress who played the beloved Melinda Gordon in the Ghost Whisperer series and Riley Parks in The Client List will be joining the cast of crime drama 9-1-1 for its second season on Fox. 6. Gabrielle Union Getty Images, Rich Fury / Getty Images Our favorite cheerleader from Bring It On has just wrapped up Being Mary Jane, a series she created and starred in. She's also the lead in the new thriller Breaking In, which is in theaters now. 7. Mandy Moore George De Sota / Getty Images, Alison Buck The actress who made us cry in 2002 in A Walk to Remember is now making us sob even harder, this time as Rebecca Pearson in This Is Us. 8. Sarah Michelle Gellar Brenda Chase / Getty Images, Frazer Harrison / Getty Images The actress behind the vampire slayer Buffy would have starred in a Cruel Intentions reboot, but it was passed over in 2016 but might be redeveloped by Sony TV. 9. Calista Flockhart Brenda Chase / Getty Images, Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images The legendary Ally McBeal is now playing Cat Grant in Supergirl. 10. Jennie Garth Robert Mora / Getty Images, Michael Loccisano / Getty Images The former most popular teen in Beverly Hills is now the star of her own reality show, The Jennie Garth Project on HGTV. 11. Kerry Washington Getty Images, Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images She made us dance in Save The Last Dance, and she thrilled us as Olivia Pope in Scandal until the seventh and final season ended earlier in February. 12. Alyssa Milano Getty Images, Neilson Barnard / Getty Images One of our favorite witches is now playing Renata Murphy in the 2017 Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later Netflix series. She's also been one of the foremost leaders of the #MeToo Movement in Hollywood. 13. Katherine Heigl Michael Loccisano We still can't get over her departure from Grey's Anatomy, but soon we'll be able to see her in season 8 of Suits. 14. Shannen Doherty Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images, Brandon Williams The Beverly Hills star has most recently been battling breast cancer and was reported to have gone for reconstruction surgery earlier this week. 15. Hilary Duff Gabe Palacio / Getty Images, Jamie Mccarthy / Getty Images Lizzie McGuire is all grown up, and now we can see her in the TV Land series Younger as Kelsey Peters, an ambitious book editor. 16. Vanessa Hudgens Peter Kramer / Getty Images, Michael Loccisano / Getty Images It's been a while since we saw Vanessa play Gabriella Montez in High School Musical, but now she currently plays Emily Locke in the NBC comedy series Powerless. For more translated content and BuzzFeed International goodness, subscribe to Inter Webz: our new bi-weekly newsletter bringing you the best of the 'net from around the world. This post was translated from French.