We are looking out for you, Judith Light.
Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano have affirmed that a reboot of “Who’s the Boss?” is underway.
The first arrangement, which ran on ABC from 1984 to 1992, featured Danza as single parent Tony Micelli, who advances from being an expert baseball player to a live-in maid for publicizing leader Angela Bower, played by Light.
Milano featured as Danza’s character’s little girl, Samantha.
On Tuesday both Danza and Milano took to web based life to share the updates on the show’s arrival.
“Excited to present to Who’s The Boss back to TV! #whostheboss,” Danza wrote in a subtitle of a photograph on his confirmed Instagram account demonstrating him and Milano in character on the show.
Milano tweeted “I AM SO EXCITED!” alongside a connect to the Deadline anecdote about the reboot.
“#WhosTheBoss is returning!!! I’ve needed to share this for such a long time and now I can!,” she composed. “We feel everything looks good to recount to the tale of where these astonishing characters are today. Can hardly wait to impart their accounts to you. So cheerful.”
No system has been declared at this point for the new show, which is being developed at Sony Pictures Television and will be leader delivered by Norman Lear.
Charged as a continuation of the first, the show “will occur 30 years after the occasions of the first arrangement, revolved around previous Major League Baseball player/resigned servant Tony Micelli and his relationship with his little girl Samantha Micelli,” as indicated by Deadline.
“She is presently a single parent, living in the house the first arrangement was set in,” Deadline revealed. “In accordance with Norman Lear’s great shows, the new satire will investigate generational contrasts, just as contradicting world perspectives and child rearing styles inside the dynamic of an advanced family in 2020.”
The distribution additionally announced that Light and Danny Pintauro, who played her child Jonathan, are “steady” of the new arrangement.
Katherine Helmond, who played Mona Robinson, passed on a year ago of complexities from Alzheimer’s. She was 89.