Moonlighting Podcast: Episode 32

This is the podcast Scott has been waiting for.  On this weeks episode we discuss the creativity of Moonlighting.  It aired from 1985-1989 and still reigns as the most creative hour of television ever.  From week to week you never knew what you were going to get, or if you were going to get anything at all.  This was the show that pioneered HBO's shortened seasons.  It paved the way for shows that wanted to do something different other than what network television had in mind.  We discuss creator Glenn Gordon Caron's battle to keep it fresh and different.  We discuss the black and white episode, the Shakespeare episode and the episode called Big Man On Mulberry Street.   Also we hear from the producers themselves from an interview they gave about writing and sustaining this level of creativity. Listen to the ultimate Moonlighting Podcast here:

Listen to my interview with Glenn Gordon Caron, creator of Moonlighting.

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 Other Times we have discussed Moonlighting

A blog about Seasons 1 and 2 of Moonlighting

Read my First Moonlighting Blog about the So-Called Moonlighting Curse

Check out our top 25 shows and Best TV Couples to see where Moonlighting ranks.

A Blog about Producers getting fired from their shows.

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