Moonlighting creator seeking to bring the Bruce Willis-starring series to a streaming service

Moonlighting creator Glenn Gordon Caron has revealed that he is looking to bring the series to a streaming service through a series of tweets that were shared on Wednesday.

The 68-year-old producer expressed that he was excited about the prospect of bringing the show, which starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd, to the masses in his messages.

The entertainment industry figure previously tweeted that ‘Disney and I have put our heads together and come up with a plan’ earlier this week.

Going wide: Moonlighting's creator, Glenn Gordon Caron, revealed that he is looking to sell the series to a streaming service through a series of tweets that were shared on Wednesday.

Going wide: Moonlighting’s creator, Glenn Gordon Caron, revealed that he is looking to sell the series to a streaming service through a series of tweets that were shared on Wednesday.

Caron began his tweets by announcing that Moonlighting was being shopped around to various platforms.

He wrote: ‘CAT’S OUTTA THE BAG. Can’t keep it under my hat any longer–the business of getting all 5 seasons of Moonlighting starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd ready for streaming has begun!’

The entertainment industry figure then expressed that he did not know when the show would be made available to the public.

It’s an ambitious project. Lots of moving parts. And it could take quite a while. But I wanted you to be the first to know,’ he wrote.

Doing the rounds: Caron began his tweets by announcing that Moonlighting was being shopped around to various platforms

Doing the rounds: Caron began his tweets by announcing that Moonlighting was being shopped around to various platforms

Doing the rounds: Caron began his tweets by announcing that Moonlighting was being shopped around to various platforms

Big project: The entertainment industry figure then expressed that he did not know when the show would be made available to the public

Big project: The entertainment industry figure then expressed that he did not know when the show would be made available to the public

Big project: The entertainment industry figure then expressed that he did not know when the show would be made available to the public

Caron pointed out that Moonlighting did not have a set platform as of yet.

The producer wrote: ‘No word yet on where or when you’ll be seeing it – but it’s happening!’

The entertainment industry figure concluded his messages by writing: ‘Now get back to work!!!!’

In the works: Caron pointed out that Moonlighting did not have a set platform as of yet

In the works: Caron pointed out that Moonlighting did not have a set platform as of yet

In the works: Caron pointed out that Moonlighting did not have a set platform as of yet

Messing around: The entertainment industry figure concluded his messages by writing: 'Now get back to work!!!!'

Messing around: The entertainment industry figure concluded his messages by writing: 'Now get back to work!!!!'

Messing around: The entertainment industry figure concluded his messages by writing: ‘Now get back to work!!!!’

Moonlighting initially premiered on ABC in March of 1985.

The program was centered on the relationship between a pair of detectives, portrayed by Willis and Shepherd.

Other cast members in the program included Allyce Beasley, Curtis Armstrong and Jack Blessing.

Storyline: The program was centered on the relationship between a pair of detectives, portrayed by Willis and Shepherd

Storyline: The program was centered on the relationship between a pair of detectives, portrayed by Willis and Shepherd

Storyline: The program was centered on the relationship between a pair of detectives, portrayed by Willis and Shepherd

The show became well known for its development of the comedy-drama genre and for its innovations in storytelling.

The cast and crew of the program were nominated for numerous awards during Moonlighting’s run, and they collectively won a total of six Primetime Emmy awards.

The show ran for a total of five seasons, and its final run of episodes premiered in 1989.

Coming to an end: The show ran for a total of five seasons, and its final run of episodes premiered in 1989

Coming to an end: The show ran for a total of five seasons, and its final run of episodes premiered in 1989

Coming to an end: The show ran for a total of five seasons, and its final run of episodes premiered in 1989

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk


Moonlighting creator Glenn Gordon Caron has revealed that he is looking to bring the series to a streaming service through a series of tweets that were shared on Wednesday. The 68-year-old producer expressed that he was excited about the prospect of bringing the show, which starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd, to the masses in…

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