Good Witch is telecast Sunday's, 9 p.m. on Hallmark Channel, and Friends is available to stream on HBO Max. Over the last 12-years, Catherine Bell has been a permanent Hallmark Channel fixture, largely in part thanks to her series Good Witch (currently in its 6th season) which became a series following a string of hit movies that began in 2008. Long-running hit shows are nothing new to Bell, whom before landing at Hallmark enjoyed a 10 season run as Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie on NBC/CBS's JAG (1996-2005), opposite David James Elliott (a role she still revisits on NCIS: Los Angeles), and later would spend seven seasons on Lifetime's Army Wives (2007-2013) portraying Denise Sherwood. Before landing these career-defining roles, Bell already had an impressive list of guest credits to her name, but it's one small role that still brings the actress attention. "Oh gosh, yes, Friends!," she laughed during a recent exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "People do still call me out for that episode and usually happens if they haven't seen the show for a while and then catch it, or it turns up on social media, and it's like, "I saw you on Friends". Everyone knows the name of the episode too, 'The One with the Baby on the Bus', so yes, that was me with the guys and the baby on the bus - - it's so cute."
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