Katie Holmes and the cast of Dawson’s Creek share throwback photos for the show’s 25th anniversary


Katie Holmes shared several wholesome throwback photos with the Dawson’s Creek cast to Instagram on Friday.

It’s been 25 years since the hit drama series Dawson’s Creek premiered, which ran for six seasons between 1998 and 2003.

In honor of the huge milestone, the stars of the show began dishing out behind-the-scenes shots, including the 44-year-old actress.

2000s era: Katie Holmes reposted several throwback photos of herself and the cast of Dawson’s Creek for the 25th anniversary

The now 44-year-old played Joey Potter on the show, who became the main point of the show’s famed love triangle. On the other ends of the triangle were Dawson Leery, played by James Van Der Beek, and Pacey Witter, played by Joshua Jackson.

Katie shared three shots of herself with other members of the cast on her Instagram stories that were originally posted by Mary-Margaret Humes, who played Dawson’s mom on the show.

Along with sharing the photos, the Batman Begins actress wrote a few heartfelt words to accompany one of the shots.

‘Happy 25th!!!!! I loved growing up with everyone and experiencing some really beautiful times! Thank you to all of the fans of #dawsonscreek.’

All smiles: The photos were originally posted by Mary-Margaret Humes, who played Dawson's mom on the show

All smiles: The photos were originally posted by Mary-Margaret Humes, who played Dawson’s mom on the show

Put together: The 44-year-old played Joey Potter on the show, who became the main point of the show's famed love triangle. On the other ends of the triangle were Dawson Leery, played by James Van Der Beek, and Pacey Witter, played by Joshua Jackson

Put together: The 44-year-old played Joey Potter on the show, who became the main point of the show’s famed love triangle. On the other ends of the triangle were Dawson Leery, played by James Van Der Beek, and Pacey Witter, played by Joshua Jackson

In the first shot, the beauty laid across the laps of several of her cast members with her arm holding up her head as she smiled at the camera.

Many members of the cast and the crew gathered on the couch as they all posed for the photo.

The following shot had the actress smiling wide while in a side hug with Mary-Margaret Humes. The two had their arms around each other as they laughed at the camera.

For the last shot, Katie was in a more formal photo with some of the main cast members. They were all dressed up and posed nicely for the photograph.

It boy: James Van Der Beek, who played the show's titular character, also shared an old character portrait and a long heartfelt message about the show's impact on him; Pictured 1998

It boy: James Van Der Beek, who played the show’s titular character, also shared an old character portrait and a long heartfelt message about the show’s impact on him; Pictured 1998

James Van Der Beek, who played the show’s titular character, also shared an old character portrait and a long heartfelt message about the show’s impact on him.

He started by saying: ’25 years ago today… my life changed. Not gradually, not day-by-day… instantly.

‘It was the culmination of 5 years of auditioning, hundreds of hours on stage, thousands of hours traveling, preparing, dreaming, hoping, hearing “no,” and making up reasons to keep going. But the shift was overnight.’

The actor went on to share how fame wasn’t everything he expected it to be, that there were cool ‘pinch myself’ moments, and how thankful he was to have met the people he did.

Award winners: During its run on the air, the show itself accumulated fourteen award nominations and amassed an average of six million viewers for the first season; (L-R) Holmes, Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams, and Joshua Jackson pictured in 1998 promo image

Award winners: During its run on the air, the show itself accumulated fourteen award nominations and amassed an average of six million viewers for the first season; (L-R) Holmes, Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams, and Joshua Jackson pictured in 1998 promo image

Making waves: It won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Drama twice, and Joshua Jackson won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Actor three times

Making waves: It won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Drama twice, and Joshua Jackson won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Actor three times

During its run on the air, the show itself accumulated fourteen award nominations and amassed an average of six million viewers for the first season.

It won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Drama twice, and Joshua Jackson won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Actor three times.

Along with James, Katie, and Joshua, the show also starred Michelle Williams, Mary Beth Peil, and Kerr Smith.

Look at her now: Due to the show's amassed fame, Katie has gone on to have a very successful career, starring in films such as Batman Begins, First Daughter, and Logan Lucky; Pictured 2023

Look at her now: Due to the show’s amassed fame, Katie has gone on to have a very successful career, starring in films such as Batman Begins, First Daughter, and Logan Lucky; Pictured 2023



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