ET's Brooke Anderson caught up with Melissa Joan Hart, Nate Richert, Caroline Rhea, Beth Broderick, Jenna Leigh Green and Brooke Anderson at 90's con, where they spoke about the beloved '90s sitcom and the possibility of a reboot.
"We were invited to be here as a little reunion for us to get together and it's so special for all of us to connect again," Hart, who played Sabrina on the series, shared. "And we take every opportunity we can to get together."
"I mean, we really do, like, everybody kind of came, and we had a little union in L.A., little crew reunion, and people flew in from Vancouver and San Francisco and Texas, and all their places," the Melissa & Joey actress continued.
While the show is a fan favorite and continues to be for a new generation of audiences who are just getting into the series, thanks to streaming, the cast says they've never watched it.
"We never watched it," Rhea (Aunt Hilda) admitted. "We were too busy making it," Broderick (Aunt Zelda) added.
"We literally worked for however many years, nobody ever saw it," Rhea continued.
Hart told ET people are "shocked" when they reveal that they've never watch an episode of Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
"People are shocked when we say we never saw it," Hart said. "So, I've never watched it."
In the seven years the show was on the air, the show boasted some great guest stars, including the Backstreet Boys, NSYNC and Britney Spears.
"Oh, we had the most amazing guest stars," Hart said. "We loved like, Davie Jones." "Barbara Eaton," Richert (Harvey) added. "Barbara Eaton, Blondie," Hart continued before rattling off the show's pop star line up.
"And we got current pop stars too, obviously like, NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears. Everybody wanted to be on the show because either their kids watched it, or they watched it."
As far as a reboot? The cast is here for it -- and they already know what their characters would be up to today.
"I think I'd be a very successful mechanic with his own garage," Richert said. "Libby would be steamrolling over every committee and PTA," Green, who played Libby, added of what the mean girl would be doing these days.
Hart has thought it through too, envisioning roles for the whole cast.
"Everybody talks all the time about what a reboot would look like and is that if we're married, do we have kids that then find out that they have powers, and then the great aunts come along," the 45-year-old actress said.
As far as Salem goes, there might be some modern-day re-casting there, with a very familiar voice taking on the role of the clever cat.
"I think Tyler Perry plays like Salem and we'd have some fun," Hart added.