Soleil Moon Frye, known for her role in the 1980s sitcom Punky Brewster will explore life of teen actors in the 1990s for a new documentary premiering on Hulu.
News of the documentary follows the anticipation of the upcoming Punky Brewster reboot for NBC’s streaming service Peacock.
Kid 90 will feature video taken from Frye’s collection of home video camcorder footage as well as audio recordings, voicemails and even diary entries. The doc will also include brand new exclusive interviews with David Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Brian Austin Green, Stephen Dorff and Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
Frye shared the following in a statement:
“I often wondered if things had happened the way that I remembered them and I finally decided to unlock the vault. What started as a documentary about my friends and our lives soon became a coming-of-age story about myself that has changed me forever. I feel incredibly blessed to have had such amazing support by some of the most creative people, and I am enormously grateful to Appian Way, STX, and Hulu, whose belief in me as a director and artist and has been supported since the beginning of this project,’ she added.
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