In the early 1990s, Step by Step was a staple of ABC's TGIF lineup, alongside hits like Family Matters and Boy Meets World. TV Insider reported that one of the stars of the long-running series, Christine Lakin, has joined Full House's Jodie Sweetin and 7th Heaven's Beverly Mitchell in a new scripted series for Pop, Hollywood Darlings. Naturally, we wondered what happened to the rest of the cast of the hit TV show.
Step by Step was a modern version of The Brady Bunch. The sitcom followed newlyweds Frank Lambert and Carol Foster, as they attempted to blend their respective families. The rough and tumble Lambert children, J.T., Alicia, and Brendan, as well as their cousin, Cody, often clashed with the more reserved Foster kids, Dana, Karen, and Mark. The show lasted for six seasons as part of ABC's TGIF. It moved to CBS for the final season.
Patrick Duffy (Frank Lambert)
Duffy had just finished his first run as Bobby Ewing on the soap opera, Dallas, prior to joining Step by Step. After the sitcom was canceled, he found himself back in his most famous role, appearing in Dallas: War of the Ewings, the 2012 Dallas reboot, and even in an episode of Family Guy, where he recreated the iconic shower scene. In 2016, he published Man from Atlantis. The book was a companion guide to his 1977 TV show of the same name. Duffy continues to make guest appearances in a variety of movies and television shows, most recently Siddarth Kara's Trafficked.