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MOONLIGHTING IS STREAMING!

Moonlighting began streaming on HULU on October 10, 2023!

Grace and Shawna review some of the music changes that have been made to get Moonlighting streaming on HULU.

Due to the many songs that were on Moonlighting, it was a difficult task to get it streaming due to all the music rights.

Some songs had to go, but many have remained in the show.

Have a listen to what Grace and Shawna have to say about the changes.


GLENN GORDON CARON

Glenn Gordon Caron is an American Writer, Director, and Producer, best known for the television series Moonlighting in the 1980s and Medium in the 2000s. 

Grace and Shawna interview Glenn about his experiences in creating this Emmy Award-winning TV Series. 

They discuss the behind-the-scenes fast-paced environment due to Cybill and Bruce being in the majority of the scenes. They also chat about the cast and crew, the late scripts, the guest stars, the fast dialogue, the cinematography, the various directors, and dealing with the network to ensure his vision for the show came to fruition. 

Glenn also talks about his many fond memories of the show, one, in particular, was asking Orson Welles to do an introduction to the episode “The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice”.

Caron subsequently co-produced the first 12 episodes of Remington Steele (NBC, 1982-’87) before leaving to form his own company, Picturemaker Productions. 

Glenn was invited by ABC to write a pilot for the network. The first two pilots did not receive a series order, but Caron’s third attempt was his award-winning script for Moonlighting. Caron created Moonlighting (ABC, 1985-’89), a worldwide hit that revitalized the career of Cybill Shepherd and launched the career of Bruce Willis

Between its third and fourth seasons, Caron directed his first feature film, Clean and Sober (1988), starring Michael Keaton. Caron then directed three more feature films — Wilder Napalm (1993) Love Affair (1994), and Picture Perfect (1997), starring Jennifer Aniston — before returning to television in 1999.

Caron wrote and produced episodes of the first and second seasons of the FX series Tyrant, and in the spring of 2017, he joined CBS’s Bull as a consulting producer.

Glenn Gordon Caron was the recipient of the 2007 Outstanding Television Writer Award at the Austin Film Festival. He was also nominated for four Prime Time Emmy Awards for his work on Moonlighting between 1986 and 1987.

Glenn won a Writers Guild of America Award for his 1985 pilot script for Moonlighting.

This interview is a great insight into the making of Moonlighting!

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JAY DANIEL

Grace and Shawna interview the Executive Producer and one of the Directors of Moonlighting, JAY DANIEL.

Jay was also an Executive Producer on many other shows such as;

  • Roseanne – 99 episodes ’90-’94
  • Cybill – 29 episodes ’95-’96
  • The Naked Truth ’97

Jay talks about how he started in the business, the clocks on the eastern building, Bruce and Cybill’s relationship, working on the Cybill show, working on Roseanne, and Glenn’s process to get the script the way he wanted it to be.

He also discusses Gerry Finnerman who was the Director of Photography, and Robert Turturice the costume designer for Cybill on Moonlighting.

We enjoyed hearing about the creation of the Atomic Shakespeare episode and how some of the Moonlighting locations were chosen. We talked about the memorable episode “T’was the episode before Christmas”, and you should hear his reaction to how many door slams there are so far!

AND SO MUCH MORE!!

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scott ryan,

author

Scott Ryan is the Managing Editor of The Blue Rose Magazine and the author of many books such as;

  • Thirty Something
  • The Last Days of Letterman
  • Twin Peaks
  • Fire walk with me; Your Laura Disappeared, and of course, the book that we are all so happy that he wrote,
  • Moonlighting, An Oral History!

He is also the Co-President of Fayetteville Mafia Press and host of The Red Room Podcast

Scott talks about his many memories of Moonlighting and how he aspired to be David Addison. A long-time Moonlighting fan he decided to go on an adventure and contact the major players of this Emmy-award-winning show from the 80s and put together an oral history taboot!

Thank you Scott for such an enjoyable and insightful interview. Click below to listen!


Moonlighting – An Oral History


BOB SUH

In this episode, Grace and Shawna talk about Moonlighting to their new Co-Producer Bob Suh.

Because of his extensive expertise, he was keen to join the team and add his pinch of color and creative design to Moonlighting The Podcast.

But not only that! He loves Moonlighting! Listen to how he describes his memories of being a teenager and watching Maddie and David’s chemistry on screen.

Bob Suh is a visual artist and graphic designer with 25-plus years of experience in print design and over a decade in online creative production.

He has designed and produced work for world-class museums; award-winning performing arts organizations; high-tech startups; publishers of books, magazines, and newspapers; and a circus.

His creative pursuits include music, photography, filmmaking, and writing—usually bathed in the glow of a MacBook Pro.

Welcome aboard Bob!


Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd behind the scenes in “The Dream Sequence Always Rings Twice”

Moonlighting The Podcast

All about the 80s TV Show Moonlighting