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Kirsten Storms and Raven-Symoné starred in 1999’s “Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century.” Disney Channel

Zetus lapetus, it’s been 20 years since Disney Channel’s “Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century” premiered!

The iconic DCOM, which debuted on Jan. 23, 1999, followed teenager Zenon (Kirsten Storms) as she was sent down from her space station to go live her aunt on Earth for the first time. There were funky outfits, mysteries to solve, cute boys to adore, slang words to catch on to, friendships to aspire to have and songs that made up the soundtrack of our childhood.

Zenon was our supernova girl, this anniversary’s hit us all like a cosmic blast, and our love for this DCOM was automatic (and everlasting). To celebrate the place that “Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century” holds in our hearts, let’s take a look at what the cast is up to now.

Kirsten Storms (Zenon)

Aside from voicing Bonnie in Disney Channel’s “Kim Possible” series and reprising her role of Zenon in the franchise sequels, Storm has spent most of the last 20 years working on soap operas. She was on “Days of Our Lives” from 2000 to 2004 and then started on “General Hospital” as Maxie Jones in 2005, where she’s been ever since.

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Kirsten Storms attended The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at Warner Bros. Studios on April 26, 2015 in Burbank, California. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

Raven-Symoné (Nebula)

After “Zenon,” the actress has had quite the career on Disney. She was in the third movie in the franchise, the “Cheetah Girls” franchise, the “Kim Possible” series and her own show, “That’s So Raven.” Now, she’s back on the network in the spinoff show, “Raven’s Home.”

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Raven-Symoné attended the premiere of Disney’s “Nutcracker And The Four Realms” at the Ray Dolby Ballroom on Oct. 29, 2018, in Hollywood, California. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

Phillip Rhys (Proto Zoa)

After coming back for the 2001 “Zequel” movie, Rhys was on TV shows like, “Flatland,” “24,” “Nip/Tuck” and “Survivors.” Last year, he played Murphy in SyFy’s “Nightflyers.” Now, he’s getting ready to make our hearts go boom boom once again when he shows up in Freeform’s “Pretty Little Liars” spinoff, “The Perfectionists,” as the charismatic businessman, Michael.

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Phillip Rhys attended the Tribeca Film Festival Shorts: Learning Curve at Regal Battery Park Cinemas on April 16, 2016 in New York City. Brad Barket/Getty Images for Tribeca Film Festival

Gregory Smith (Greg)

Just a few years after this DCOM premiered, Smith landed the lead role in the WB drama series, “Everwood,” which also starred Chris Pratt and Emily VanCamp. The show ran from 2002 to 2006. Most recently, he played Dov Epstein on “Rookie Blue” from 2010 to 2015 and was in a 2017 episode of “Designated Survivor.” He’s switched over more to the directing side of things, lately, with gigs on shows like, “Riverdale,” “Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash” and “Arrow.”

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Gregory Smith attends a RBC-hosted cocktail party at RBC House Toronto Film Festival 2017 on Sept. 9, 2017 in Toronto, Canada. Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for RBC

Lauren Maltby (Margie)

It’s been 15 years since Maltby had an onscreen acting gig. Her last project was the third “Zenon” flick, which arrived in 2004. No longer an actress, she now works as a licensed psychologist.

Stuart Pankin (Commander Edward Plank)

The actor has worked on quite a few shows over the years, like “Girl Meets World,” “Boston Legal” and “Desperate Housewives.” His new holiday movie, “A Very Odd Christmas,” is currently in the works.

Holly Fulger (Aunt Judy Kling)

Fulger hasn’t done too much onscreen acting over the last few years, as her last roles were the 2007 movie, “The Rat Thing,” and the 2012 video short, “The Case of the Missing Garden Gnome.” She now runs True Beauty Detective, a media company aimed at improving inclusivity and diversity.

Bob Bancroft (Mr. Lutz)

Most recently, Bancroft could be seen as Dr. Sergie Liederman in “Urban Nightmares” in 2017, and then in the 2018 movie, “First World Problems.” He has the movies “Oh’ It’s Personal,” “Stray” and “Dot Ave” in the works.