The streaming video service Freevee is developing the sequel to the sitcom known by the original title of Who’s the Boss ?.
It seems that eventually the revival of Who’s the Boss?the family sitcom of the 80s in Italy better known by the title Superpiù homemade, it will really do. The new series, first announced nearly two years ago by Sony Pictures Television, has finally found a home in Freevee, the streaming video service owned by Amazon. It lets you know Deadline confirming that the original cast members Alyssa Milano And Tony Danza they will come back to play their characters again.
The plot of Casalingo Superpiù
Superpiù homemade followed Danza as former baseball player Tony Micelli who accepts a job as a housekeeper for yuppie businesswoman Angela (Judith Light), moving to his home in Connecticut with his daughter Samantha (Milan). The series, which premiered in 1984 on American ABC, ran for eight seasons, ending its run in 1992 after a total of 196 episodes.
The details of the revival sequel
The new series will be set about thirty years after the original, with Samantha from Milan grown up and become a single mother who lives in the same house she grew up in, where she moved with her father as a child. Through this new chapter in her life, the revival “will explore the generational differences, as well as the opposing worldviews and parenting styles of a modern 2022 family.” The executive producer of Day to day Mike Royce will write the series and executive produce alongside Brigitte Muñoz-Liebowitz. The TV legend is also involved in the project Norman Lear as an executive producer.
For the time being, it is not expected that Judith Light and Danny Pintauro (who played Angela’s son Jonathan) appear in the revival, but second Deadline They “support the new series” and the producers hope to find a way to put their characters into the story. Katherine Helmondwho starred as Angela’s cheeky mother Mona, passed away in 2019.