“Who’s the Boss?” preps for a reboot, “Grey’s Anatomy” is inching toward a return, and a “This Is Us” star’s divorce details emerge. Here’s all the entertainment news and gossip you missed over the last week from Hollywood.
Entertainment News: A Who’s The Boss Revival
Another 1980s comedy series is slated for a reboot of sorts. Sony Pictures Television is developing a sequel to Who’s The Boss? And it will reunite two of the show’s original stars, Alyssa Milano and Tony Danza.
Actress Battling COVID-19
Meanwhile, Milano has been in the news regarding something else, too. It seems the actress had been battling COVID-19, and she revealed that she’d “never been this kind of sick.”
Details continue to surface on the pending divorce of This Is Us star, Justin Hartley, and Chrishell Stause, star of Netflix’s Selling Sunset. In a promo for the reality series, Stause reveals exactly how she found out her husband had filed papers to dissolve their marriage.
Is Grey’s Anatomy Returning?
Grey’s Anatomy has apparently begun taking steps to get back on the air. Debbie Allen, who’s played Dr. Catherine Avery and now serves as an executive producer and director on the series, shared footage of a recent visit to the show’s ABC studio to take a COVID test.
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A League Of Their Own Returns
The 1992 classic A League of Their Own is being spun into a television series. Amazon is developing a reinterpretation of the movie project that will embody the “joyful spirit” of the popular Penny Marshall film.
Remembering Her Co-Star
The death of veteran actor Wilford Brimley prompted daytime legend Deidre Hall (Marlena, Days of our Lives) to pay a lovely tribute to a man she once called father-in-law — onscreen, that is. The pair co-starred in the 1986 to 1988 primetime series Our House, along with Shannen Doherty.