The original show wrapped up in 2007, but the final “Drake & Josh” adventure, “Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh,” premiered on Dec. 5, 2008.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the last time fans got to see the fun and funny Nickelodeon step-brothers onscreen, let’s take a look at what the cast of the show is up to now, in 2018.

Drake Bell (Drake Parker)

Aside from starring in the 2018 mystery-drama film, “Cover Versions,” Bell also voiced the role of Alan in the Snapchat animated series, “Highly Gifted.” He’s also continuously working on new music and released four singles this year alone.

Josh Peck (Josh Nichols)

His 2018 movie, “Locating Silver Lake,” has been making the rounds at different film festivals this year. Peck also voiced the character of Pace on “LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars” this year and is now working on a docu-series for Twitter. On top of all that, he’s also a social media star and, for years, has been creating comedy content for his YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat and more.

Miranda Cosgrove (Megan Parker)

The 25-year-old is studying psychology at the University of Southern California, where she’s been enrolled since 2012. While there, she’s still managed to continue acting on the side. She reprised her voice role of Margo for the third “Despicable Me” movie last year and starred in the music video for Marshmello and Bastille’s “Happier” this year.

Nancy Sullivan (Audrey Parker Nichols)

While Sullivan doesn’t have any onscreen acting credits for 2018, she did work as recently as last year, when she voiced characters in “Monster Island” and “Barbie Dreamtopia.”

Jonathan Goldstein (Walter Nichols)

This year, Goldstein starred in “Game Night,” had the Los Angeles premiere for his flick, “Golden State,” and guest-starred on “Lucifer.” He has a few movies in the works, including the thriller, “Experiment 77.”

Yvette Nicole Brown (Helen Dubois)

Since wrapping up “Drake & Josh,” Brown has been everywhere. She’s landed multiple gigs every year, on top of the big ones, like the comedy, “Community,” which she starred on from 2009 to 2015, and “The Odd Couple,” which lasted from 2015 to 2017. Right from there, she went on to the one-season series, “The Mayor.” After that ended earlier in 2018, she worked on “Mom.” She’s also a voice actress and plays Luna on “Elena of Avalor.”

Jerry Trainor (Crazy Steve)

Most recently, Trainor reunited with Bell in the 2018 movie, “Cover Versions.” He also starred in the soccer flick, “Alex & Me,” and guest-starred on “Henry Danger.” Since 2015, he’s also been in the band Nice Enough People, which also features fellow “Drake & Josh” alum, Allison Scagliotti.

Allison Scagliotti (Mindy Crenshaw)

After playing Camille on the sci-fi series, “Stitchers,” from 2015 to 2017, Scagliotti starred in a couple 2018 film shorts and wrote/executive produced/directed another one. As previously mentioned, she’s also in the band Nice Enough People with Trainor. Plus, she’s directed two episodes of “Henry Danger.” One of which just premiered a couple of weeks ago.