'The Courtship Of Eddie’s Father' is getting a Fox remake, co-starring Willie Garson
"The Courtship Of Eddie’s Father” is getting a Fox remake, co-starring Willie Garson
Conan O’Brien and Garson are producing the project based on the 1969-72 comedy that co-starred Bill Bixby and Brandon Cruz. The sitcom was based on the 1963 film starring Ron Howard, which itself was based on a 1936 book. Garson is set to play Eddie’s father’s work colleague.
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