The Donovans move from Los Angeles to Connecticut, ready to start a new phase of their life. All 12-year-old Willie cares about are his science experiments; he is currently working on an anti-aging formula. However, when some of the formula spills onto a box of soap, Willie finds out that he has gotten more than he bargained for, as his divorced grandparents use the soap and turn back into 17-year-olds.
Tia and Tamera Mowry (SISTER, SISTER) are terrific as Sydney and the transformed Grandma Cat, respectively, with brother Tahj playing Willie, who must search for an antidote when he discovers that his formula has a few problems that might just end up killing his revitalized teenage grandparents. Meanwhile, his now-young grandparents are exploring their second chance at love in this touching cable original from Hallmark Entertainment. The film also features a performance from BOYZ II MEN.
Tamara Mowry - actress, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Hope Clarke - Supporting Actress
Tahj Mowry - actor, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Tonya Lee Williams - actress, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Sharhond Jones - executive producer, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Jeff Cooper - Editor, SEVENTEEN AGAIN (2000)
Brandon Bates - producer, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Maia Campbell - American Actress
Tia Mowry - TV actor, SISTER, SISTER/BRATZ series
Darlene Mowry - executive producer, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Doug McCollough - production designer, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Robert Hooks - American Actor/60s-90s
John P. Tarver - director of photography, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Michael Madden - art director, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Phillip Jarrett - Actor
Stewart St. John - screenwriter, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Robert Halmi Jr.
Shawn Stockman - executive producer, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Jeff Byrd - Director, BOOK OF LOVE (2002)
Jeffrey W. Byrd - Director, BOOK OF LOVE (2002)
Stewart St. John
Mark L. Taylor - American Supporting Actor
Merwin Mondesir - actor, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Novie Edwards - actress, SEVENTEEN AGAIN
Cable television release: November 12, 2000 (Showtime). Filmed in Toronto, Ontario. The film is a presentation of Hallmark Entertainment and Showtime, part of the Showtime Original Pictures for All Ages series. The film is rated TV-PG. Shawn Stockman of BOYZ II MEN wrote and performed five songs that appear in the film: "Let It Go," "Forever More," "Get It On," "Slip Through Your Fingers," and "Hot Thing." BOYZ II MEN appear in the film playing big band swing music.