Variety has confirmed that a sequel series to the classic sitcom is in the works at Sony Pictures Television, with original stars Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano onboard to reprise their roles. The series, set to take place 30 years after the original one ended, has Samantha, living as a single mother in the house that the original series was set in and the show will be centered around Tony and Sam's relationship.
Debuting on ABC in 1984, Who's the Boss? starred Danza as former ball player Tony Micelli, who took a job working as a housekeeper for yuppie businesswoman Angela (Light), moving into her CT home along with his daughter Samantha. We feel the time is right to tell the story of where these fantastic characters are today.
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Veteran producer Norman Lear, part of the remake of his original series "One Day at a Time", is among the "Who's the Boss?" producers, as are Danza and Milano. "Can't wait to share their stories with you". The show ran from 1984 to 1992 on ABC, according to Deadline.
Currently, it doesn't sound as though Judith Light or Danny Pintauro (who played Angela Robinson Bower and Jonathan Bower, respectively) are set to return for the sequel series.
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Despite TV reboots being all the rage, led by the return of hits like Mad About You, Will & Grace, Murphy Brown and a Full House sequel, Danza shot down talk of a revival previous year in an interview with Good Day New York. Not all have been successful though, but most have found new audiences rather well, so bringing back something that was as popular as Who's the Boss? makes a whole lot of commercial sense.
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