ABC Looking To Turn ‘Live In Front Of A Studio Audience’ Into A “Circulation Pla…


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ABC Looking To Turn ‘Live In Front Of A Studio Audience’ Into A “Circulation Play” Franchise

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  1. Only do shows that had crossovers/ spin offs like the AitF and Jeffersons did.

    Give me Golden Girls and Empty Nest.

    Give me Happy Days, Lavern & Shirley and Mork & Mindy

  2. It’s a weird thing — I thought I’d hate it. I mean, it essentially amounts to reruns, right? But the strange thing is, it really didn’t feel like it. Maybe it was the perfectly cast cast or the incredibly enthusiastic audience, but it really felt like going back in time. And jeez do these scripts (which I’m happy they didn’t let anyone rewrite or modernize) hold up like crazy.

  3. Dick Van Dyke show with Paul Rudd as Rob and Rachel McAdams as Laura, Joe Lo Truglio as Buddy and Amy Poheler as Sally.

  4. A few years ago the BBC [restaged](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-36979491) an episode of ‘Till Death Us Do Part’, the British show that ‘All in the Family’ is based on, because the original recordings were wiped/lost.

    They also did an episode of Steptoe and Son (remade in the US as Sanford and Son).

  5. The only thing I don’t like about this plan is the limit of the network. The first one was great, though!

  6. I really enjoyed the episode they did, and would like to see more. Maybe the Maude abortion episode, that’s still topical.

  7. Question – how did ABC get the rights for 2 CBS shows? Is it one of those things where it was made by a studio that ABC now owns, did CBS lose the rights to those shows a while ago to the producers/creators, or something else?

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