Fran Drescher Celebrates 29th Anniversary of 'The Nanny' With Iconic Quote

"Oh, Mr. Sheffield!"

It's officially been 29 years of The Nanny!

Fran Drescher, who starred as the iconic Fran Fine, is celebrating the anniversary of the beloved '90s sitcom 29 years after it initially aired in Nov. 1993. 

"The Nanny turns 29!" Drescher, now 65, wrote in a tweet on Thursday, Nov. 3, alongside a video of herself delivering a sweet message to the viewers who have loved the show through all these years. 

"Hi everybody, it's me, Fran Drescher, celebrating The Nanny's 29th anniversary," she states in the clip. "OMG—I'm so excited and so thrilled for all of your continued support and love for Ms. Fine!" 

The actress then went on to grace her followers with a re-creation of one of her favorite lines, directed at her co-star Charles Shaughnessy, who played the role of Mr. Sheffield. 

"Oh, Mr. Sheffield!" Drescher said in the clip, adding her famous nasally giggle after. 

"29 years later and I've still got a crush on Fran Drescher," one user wrote in response to the clip. 

"Forever 29!" another added, while someone else tweeted, "We love you, Fran!" alongside a GIF of Drescher during her tenure on the show. 

Earlier this year, Drescher teased the possibility of a film adaptation of The Nanny, which is already getting a musical. 

As Parade previously reported, Drescher revealed that "there's some talk about maybe a movie," adding, "We're in the talking stage now with our parent company." 

Unlike the musical in the works—which is going to be set in the '90s like the original series was—the movie would instead start from where the show left off after it ended in 1999. 

"The movie will probably be more in the present and incorporate new characters," Drescher explained, noting that the potential film would likely "dovetail into a whole other character story."

We would love nothing more than for Fran Fine to make it to the big screen—fingers crossed! 

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