The series, which debuted on NBC in September 1984, earned consistently low ratings but the Punky character was a hit with young children.
After NBC canceled the series, it was picked up for the syndication market where it aired for an additional two seasons ending in 1988.
For me, I just want them to have their education, but if they want to act and grow up and do music, I just want to encourage them to do what they love.'Frye also said: 'I think one of the best things we can do as parents is give our kids a foundation of feeling like they have something to believe in and something that's big to them.
Poet wants to start a babysitter's club, so she has her logo and her name, it's so sweet.' A clan: Frye (seen here in March) and Goldberg already have three children: daughters Poet Sienna Rose (born August 2005) and Jagger Joseph Blue (born March 2008).
In 2000, she joined the cast of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch as Roxie King, Sabrina Spellman's (Melissa Joan Hart) roommate and close friend.
Frye, 39, is best remembered as the child star of Punky Brewster in the 1980s, which was a hit especially with young children. After posting the message, Frye, who is already mom to daughters Poet Sienna Rose, 10, and Jagger Joseph Blue, 7, and son Lyric Sonny Roads, 20 months, (very appropriately) attended the 2015 Baby2Baby Gala in Los Angeles where she happily told PEOPLE she felt “fantastic” at “13, 14 weeks” into her pregnancy. The actress, 39, took to Twitter on Saturday night to reveal that she is expecting her fourth child with husband Jason Goldberg. Feeling beyond blessed,” she wrote alongside a photo of herself holding a positive pregnancy stick.“I can’t hide it anymore,” she says of deciding to share the news. I just always tell him to kiss the belly, and he’s kissing my belly a lot.“I couldn’t find a dress that could hold me together! And I’m really excited for him to have a little one to play with.” Now in her second trimester, the excited mom-to-be and her family are already thinking about life with the new baby.