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One of the most beloved television comedies is making a comeback. A Who’s the Boss? sequel is in development at Sony Pictures Television.
Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano are on board to reprise their iconic roles as Tony and Samantha Micelli, a father/daughter relationship that families around the world grew up with over the course of 196 episodes on ABC from 1984-92.
The show averaged more than 33 million live viewers per episode during its eight-season run on ABC and went on to be a big hit in U.S. and international syndication. Who’s the Boss? was progressive in its depiction of a modern family in the ’80s with a reversal of gender roles and stereotypes. The show was nominated for 10 Emmys and five Golden Globes.
The new show will take place 30 years after the events of the original series, centered around former Major League Baseball player/retired housekeeper Tony Micelli and his relationship with his daughter Samantha Micelli. She is now a single mother, living in the house the original series was set in. In line with Norman Lear’s classic shows, the new comedy will explore generational differences, as well as opposing world views and parenting styles within the dynamic of a modern family in 2020.
Original cast members Judith Light (Angela) and Danny Pintauro (Jonathan) are supportive of the new series, and the hope is to find creative ways to work them and their characters into the show. The cast remains very close to this day. The other standout cast member, Katherine Helmond (Mona), passed away on February 23, 2019.
The deal comes at a time when some of the biggest streaming hits are classic half-hour comedies from past decades, comfort food and a reminder for some of a simpler time. Series like Friends, The Office and Seinfeld are still huge draws and a redrawn Fuller House just completed a successful run on Netflix.
Who’s the Boss? is part of Norman Lear’s extensive library under his Embassy Communications banner that was sold to The Coca Cola Company in 1985 and is now owned by Sony Pictures Television.
The sequel will be Executive Produced by Lear, his producing partner Brent Miller of ACT III Productions and Dan Farah of Farah Films, who brought the updated take to Sony with Danza and Milano attached. Danza and Milano will also serve as Executive Producers.
The project will eventually be shopped to buyers with the opportunity to also license the 196 episodes of the original series.
The new gallery is now open! So far, I’ve completed the movie section, where most images have been replaced with HQ versions, as well as plenty of new HQ additions. I’ve also added blu-ray captures from missing movies, such as Little Italy. I’m planning on working on each section at a time & upgrading the images with HQ versions where needed. Happy viewing!
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I’ve added photos of Alyssa attending the VH1 Trailblazer Honors at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California (February 20).
Hi Alyssa fans! Apologies for disappearing, but I had to take a break from updating the site. I have updated the gallery with appearances from 2018. More gallery updates will be happening soon. I’ve also changed the main site and gallery themes. The image features an Alyssa photoshoot from 2017, and two images from a promo shoot for the Netflix series, Insatiable. Happy New Year, everyone!
CLOSER WEEKLY – Big news for Who’s the Boss? fans! In an exclusive interview with Closer Weekly, actress Alyssa Milano shared she would totally be down to revive the series, which also starred Tony Danza, Judith Light, Danny Pintauro, and Katherine Helmond.
“I think we’re all open to it,” she said while promoting her Touch by Alyssa Milano fall line at Macy’s in Herald Square last week. “You know, we kind of all feel a specific way about it, which is what we did in in 1983 was very forward-thinking — you know, it was a show about a single, divorced woman, mom, who was living with her very promiscuous mother, who also owned her own business, and that just wasn’t depicted on television at that time, and then she hired a dude to become her housekeeper, who was a single father — I mean, it was very progressive for that time period and what was on TV at that time, which was family sitcoms. So, really, I feel like we were like a Modern Family type of show, so keeping that in mind, I think we’d all be open to it if it lived up to what we did then.”
Alyssa also shared, “I still talk to everybody! The only person who is a little difficult to keep in touch with is Katherine because she’s not on social media or e-mail or anything, she’s in her 90s, but I still communicate with her over the phone and I just saw her — we did the Entertainment Weekly reunion issue and I just got to spend time with her in person, but yeah, we all talk.” When asked who she spoke with the most, she replied, “Probably Tony. He checks in all the time just to see how the kids are doing, he’s very sweet.”
Touch by Alyssa Milano merchandise can be purchased via NFL Shop. The Charmed actress couldn’t help but gush over her adorable new fall collection and shared, “I’m a huge sports fan. Basically, I just got tired of going into stadium shops and not finding anything I would wear outside of the stadium. There are so many female sports fans, so I thought if I was looking for this, clearly, even if 25 percent of female sports fans were looking for something like this, then it would be a success.”