Danica McKellar on a Possible 'Wonder Years' Reunion: 'Fred Savage Has Said He Will Never Do That'

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If you're one of the legions of fans hoping to see The Wonder Years cast reunite, star Danica McKeller has some bad news.

"If it were up to me, I would love to do that for you, but Fred Savage has said that he will never do that," the 41-year-old actress told ET the 41-year-old actress told ET during a sit down at Sweet Lady Jane Bakery in Santa Monica, California. "The chances are zero is what he said."

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In fact, Savage repeated those sentiments to ET at Fox's upfront presentation earlier this year.

"No. None," he said plainly when asked if there could be a Wonder Years reboot in the future.

While we may never get to see Kevin Arnold and Winnie Cooper together again, we will get to see McKellar in the new Hallmark Channel movie, Wedding Bells. In the film, McKellar plays a commitment-phobic bridesmaid who falls for a best man at a wedding.

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Contrary to her character, in real life, McKellar eagerly dove into her relationship with her attorney husband, Scott Sveslosky.

"After the second date, I told my best friend, 'If he asked me to marry him, I'd say yes,'" McKellar recalled. "And I am not an impulsive person."

The couple got engaged in July 2014 and wed in November of that same year, exchanging vows in a beachfront ceremony in Kauai, Hawaii, in front of 25 family members and close friends.

"I was walking down the aisle at 6:30 in the morning, just as the sun was coming up over the mountains," she said. "It was so beautiful."

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McKellar's then 4-year-old son, Draco, and Sveslosky's then 10-year-old son, Hunter (both from previous marriages) were also in attendance. After the couple exchanged vows with each other, they also exchanged family vows with their children, which they all wrote themselves.

Wedding Bells airs Friday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on the Hallmark Channel.