If the project scores a series order, Danza and Milano will be reprising their star-making roles as father and daughter Tony and Samantha Micelli, respectively. Naturally, in the best tradition of far-fetched television reunion logic, Milano and her brethren will be living in the same house where the original show took place and her relationship with Danza's Tony Micelli - who is now retired and seemingly without ticket fare back to Brooklyn - will be explored.
Potentially joining Danza and Milano are original cast members Judith Light and Danny Pintauro, who portrayed the roles of Angela and Jonathan, are reportedly open to find creative ways that will bring back their characters for the sequel. "Can't wait to share their stories with you".
A new iteration of "Who's the Boss?" is in development. 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. It will explore generational differences as well as differing world views and parenting styles, per USA Today.
On Tuesday both Danza and Milano took to social media to share the news of the show's return. Sadly, Katherine Helmond passed away a year ago.
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The classic comedy Who's the Boss? looks like it will be the latest television reboot.
Lear has already rebooted "One Day at a Time" with Netflix and gave new life to his other 1970s sitcoms "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons" when they were performed live with contemporary actors for the Emmy-winning ABC special "Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons" in 2019.