Milano, who broke out in the role of Tony's spunky daughter Samantha and became a bona fide child star in the process, tweeted: "We feel the time is right to tell the story of where these awesome characters are today". The show ran from 1984 to 1992 on ABC, according to Deadline. The upcoming sequel series will be set 30 years after the original and focus on the now-retired Tony's relationship with daughter Samantha, now a single mother living in the very same house in which the original series was set.
The story will follow Samantha's journey as a single mother while also exploring the family dynamics in relation to current topics like "generational differences, opposing world views and parenting styles".
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Original cast members Judith Light and Danny Pintauro not now involved with the series but could become so if the creators can think of a creative way to work their characters into the show. "So happy", Milano said on Instagram alongside a photo of herself with Danza from the show.
As mentioned above, Who's the Boss? is the latest classic series to get revived.
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"First of all, I've never been a big fan of these reboots", he said.
Who's the Boss? sequel will be executive produced by Norman Lear (One Day at a Time) along with ACT III Productions' Brent Miller. Unfortunately, Katherine Helmond, the veteran actress who played Angela Bower's mother Mona - and who undoubtedly, in my opinion, the best character on the show - passed away early a year ago aged 89. The beloved actress died from of Alzheimer's disease on February 23, 2019.
Milano previously admitted that she would be keen to revisit the beloved sitcom.
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Who's the Boss? won't be the only '80s show getting a revamp. He and his daughter Samantha-played by Alyssa Milano-move into the Bower residence, where Tony's laid-back personality contrasts with Angela's type-A behavior.