Two WWE Superstars To Appear On Upcoming Episode Of "Punky Brewster" Revival

WWE will be getting some "Punky Power" as current WWE Superstars Charlotte Flair and Alexa Bliss are set to be featured on an (already filmed) upcoming episode of the 80's iconic continuation of the sitcom revival Punky Brewster, set to air on it's streaming Peacock Network and consist of a ten-episode first season.

According to the synopsis for the show, Punky is now a single mother of three trying to get her life back on track when she meets Izzy, a young girl in the foster system who reminds Punky a lot of her younger self. The series will also feature Cherie Johnson, returning to the role named after her, as well as Freddie Prinze Jr. as Punky's ex-husband.

In the era of Spin-Off's and Re-Boot's of classic 80's and 90's shows, it was only a matter of time before we heard from Punky.

In the soon to be aired "Punky Brewster" episode 106 titled, “The Look Of Daniel”, Punky brings Izzy to a meet and greet featuring WWE stars. Charlotte Flair and Alexa Bliss make a special appearance (as their WWE characters) during the segment.

D-Von Dudley Unintentionally Broke News Of Alexa Bliss And Charlotte Flair Appearance Months Ago

This may not be the first time you've heard about the "Punky Brewster" guest appearance made by Bliss and Flair. If you may recall, former WWE Superstar D-Von Dudley In a video released on Cameo back in December, D-Von Dudley had announced that he was working on the series sitcom revival of the original 1980's favorite "Punky Brewster. Dudley stated in the video that he was currently out in Hollywood producing and choreographing the show including guest stars Bliss and Flair, as it was actually filmed sometime at the end of 2020.

The Originally Aired Punky Brewster

"Punky" Brewster (staring former child-star Soleil Moon Frye) is a funny and warm 80's sitcom that was about a young abandoned orphan that caught the heart of an elderly man with a grouchy streak named Henry Warnimont (played by George Gaynes). The unlikely duo stumbled upon one another after Punky's father walked out on her family, and as if that weren't bad enough, her mother then abandoned her at a Chicago shopping center. Realizing she was alone and needed to find shelter for the evening, alone with her only remaining companion, Brandon, Punky discovers a vacant apartment in a local building.

Punky quickly finds a friend her age in Cherie Johnson (played by Cherie Johnson) who along with her grandmother, Betty (played by Susie Garrett), lives in Henry's building together. Johnson was cast by NBC in the role of Punky's best friend, as a character that was modeled and named after herself at the encouragement of her uncle (successful screenwriter and TV producer, David W. Duclon) who was known for his work on Happy Days in the 1970s.

As Punky and Henry's friendship grows, the grumpy elderly photographer gives up his quiet life to become Punky's foster father with the help of social worker Randi Mitchell (Talia Balsam), who forces Henry through red tape. Mitchell ends up rallying with Henry after the state forces Punky to stay at Fenster Hall, an emergency shelter for orphaned and abandoned children, until their court hearing. Finally, they get their day in court arrives and the judge approves Henry's wish to become Punky's foster father (later adopting her in the following season of the show).

First Look At Official Trailer - "Punky Brewster" (2021)

Click below to view the OFFICIAL Trailer for the revival edition of "Punky Brewster" as the debut episode is set to air exclusively on the NBCUniversal streaming network, Peacock on Thursday, February 25, 2021!: