NEW YORK, July 8 (UPI) -- U.S. comedian Catherine Reitman is to serve as host of "Miss U Much," a series that updates fans on the lives of their favorite stars from the 1990s and '00s.
The 8-episode, half-hour show is to debut July 19.
"Each week, 'Miss U Much' will profile three of your favorite celebrities and take a peek inside at what they are doing now with their lives," a synopsis said. "Catherine spends a day with each celebrity and asks the questions all adoring fans would love to ask -- even getting a little too 'personal' at times."
Some of the celebrities on the program are singer-actor Aaron Carter, Alan Thicke of "Growing Pains," Andrea Barber of "Full House," Beverley Mitchell of "7th Heaven," singer Brian McKnight, rapper Coolio, Corin Nemic of "Parker Lewis Can't Lose," Dave Coulier of "Full House," Danielle Fishel of "Boy Meets World," David Chokachi of "Baywatch," Darius McCrary of "Family Matters," Dennis Haskins of "Saved By the Bell," Jaimee Foxworth of "Family Matters," Jamie Walters of "Beverly Hills, 90210," Jeff Timmons of "98 Degrees," Jeremy Jackson of "Baywatch," Jeremy Miller of "Growing Pains," Justin Guarini of "American Idol," Kelly Packard of "Baywatch," Lark Voorhies of "Saved By the Bell," Mara Wilson of "Mrs. Doubtfire," Nicholas Brendon of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," rapper-actor Romeo, Samm Levine of "Freaks and Geeks" and Sasha Mitchell of "Step by Step."