HOW "GRANDMA NANCY DREWS" GEMMA AND ABBIE BECAME THE STARS OF NETFLIX'S THE KEEPERS

Grandma Nancy Drews. No, it's not a new sitcom coming to CBS this fall (though we'd totally watch it), it's what The Keepers' Gemma Hoskins and Abbie Schaub like to refer...

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Nancy:
Gemma: Gemma is a given female name meaning "jewel" or "precious stone" which peaked in popularity in the United Kingdom during the 1980s. It was the third most popular female name in 1984, but had fallen out of the top 10 within a decade and by 2003 it wasn't even in the top 100.
Abbie: Abigail is a female given name. The name comes from the Hebrew name Avigail, meaning "father rejoice" or "father's joy".