Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano are reuniting for the Who’s the Boss? sequel, which has lastly discovered a house at Amazon’s new streaming service Freevee.
Based on Deadline, Danza and Milano will reprise their roles as Tony and Samantha Micelli, the characters they portrayed within the standard Eighties sitcom. One Day at a Time alums Mike Royce and Brigitte Muñoz-Liebowitz will write and produce the sequence, which has been in improvement for nearly two years.
The sequel is ready 30 years after the occasions of the unique sequence and can give attention to former Main League Baseball participant Tony Micelli and his relationship along with his daughter Samantha. Now a single mom, Samantha is again residing within the household home along with her retired father. The sequence will deal with generational variations, together with opposing worldviews and parenting types in a contemporary 2022 household dynamic.
Created by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter, the unique Who’s the Boss? ran for eight seasons and 196 episodes on ABC from 1984-92. The Emmy-nominated sequence was produced by Norman Lear’s Embassy Communications, which Sony acquired in 1991. Lear and his producing associate Brent Miller function government producers on the sequel, alongside Dan Farah, Danza, Milano, Royce, and Muñoz-Liebowitz.
Other than Danza and Milano, there isn’t any phrase but on who else will star within the upcoming sequel. The unique sequence additionally starred Judith Mild, Danny Pintauro, and Katherine Helmond, the latter of which handed away in 2019.
The primary two seasons of the unique Who’s the Boss? can be found on Freevee (previously IMDb TV). Fox’s Tubi has the rights to the opposite six seasons.
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