Pack your bags, because Andy Cohen is ready to take you on a trip down memory lane. The Watch What Happens Live host will helm the three-part limited series, Then and Now with Andy Cohen, premiering Sunday, December 13 at 10/9c. The multi-part special will break down key moments of three significant years in history: 1989, 1994, and 2000. In the special, Andy will be joined by newsmakers, writers, and celebrity guests to discuss trends and events that made each of those years unforgettable, including never-before-heard insider stories from those who experienced the moments for themselves. Guests will include Kelly Ripa, Connie Chung, Dr. Drew, Mariel Hemingway, Real Housewives of New York's Bethenny Frankel, and Margaret Cho, as well as former White House Social Secretary Jeremy Bernard.
Part 1 will take a look at 1994 — including the OJ Simpson trial, the death of Kurt Cobain, the phenomenon that was known as Friends, and the the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” LGBT rights movement. Part 2 (airing Wednesday, December 16 at at 10/9c) will break down some of the pivotal moments of 1989, such as the social commentary of Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing, the impact of AIDS on the art community, and House of Style's influence of bringing high fashion to mainstream. The final installment (airing Wednesday, December 23 at at 10/9c) will focus on 2000, and moments like Jennifer Lopez's influence on Google's Image Search, the dot com bubble burst, and Sex and The City's impact on the TV landscape.
You can take a look back at Andy's own personal history in the gallery below.