Fans of the sitcom Who’s The Boss? have another way to stream the series as it’s the latest edition to Hulu‘s lineup. Created by Martin Cohan and Blake Hunter, Who’s the Boss? stars Tony Danza as Tony Micelli, a former Major League Baseball player who relocates from New York City to Fairfield, Connecticut to raise his daughter as he works as a live-in housekeeper for an advertising executive.
Joining Danza is an ensemble cast that features Alyssa Milano as his daughter Samantha Micelli, Judith Light as ad-exec Angela Bower, Katherine Helmond as Angela’s mother, Mona Robins, and Danny Pintaro as Angela’s young son, Jonathan Bower.
During its original run, Who’s the Boss? aired on ABC from September 20, 1984, to April 25, 1992, for eight seasons and 196 episodes. A ratings juggernaut, the series was a top ten show for four years from ’85 to ’89 and since its conclusion, many have watched the show in syndication worldwide.
Critically, the sitcom was highly acclaimed and was nominated for numerous awards, including 10 Primetime Emmy Awards and five Golden Globes. The only win for each award came in 1989 when Helmond’s performance won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film, and Mark J. Levin, director of the episode “Two on a Billboard,” took home the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lighting Direction for a Comedy Series.
Who’s the Boss? is the latest of Hulu’s recent additions as the platform added all 177 episodes of House less than a month ago. The sitcom joins a stacked library of thousands of shows and movies, including, Bob’s Burgers, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Family Guy, Grey’s Anatomy, The Masked Singer, This Is Us, Rick & Morty, 30 Rock, and more as series that are available to stream past seasons on demand. It was also reported that Hulu has renewed Futurama for two more seasons.
It has been a busy time for Hulu, it was reported that Disney will buy out Comcast’s stake in Hulu later this year. Disney, the parent company of Hulu, has announced plans to merge Hulu with Disney+ later this month, according to CEO Bob Iger.
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