– ‘Moonlighting’ coming to streaming services
– Creator Glenn Gordon Caron reflects on series in light of Bruce Willis’ dementia diagnosis
– Caron underscores the significance of ‘Moonlighting’ for Willis’ career
The creator of the popular TV series ‘Moonlighting’, Glenn Gordon Caron, recently commented on the show’s arrival on streaming platforms, calling it “especially poignant” given the recent revelation about Bruce Willis’ dementia diagnosis. Willis, who starred alongside Cybill Shepherd in the series, was a key element of the show’s success.
In a new interview, Caron discussed the importance of ‘Moonlighting’ in helping Willis build his acting career and shared his heartfelt thoughts about the actor’s recent health announcement. Caron said, “Bruce’s remarkable talent, humor, and generosity were part of what made ‘Moonlighting’ the extraordinary experience that it was. Those qualities, and the joy they brought to the show, are especially significant now, given the recent, very sad news about his health.”
Moreover, Caron expressed his admiration for Willis and highlighted the chemistry between the actor and his co-star, Shepherd. “Bruce and Cybill had an instant chemistry that was lightning in a bottle. That’s rare, and it’s something that remains powerful even today as people stream the show,” he said.
With the series becoming more accessible on multiple streaming platforms, fans of the 1980s show and those who have not seen it before can now easily watch all five seasons of ‘Moonlighting’. The opportunity to appreciate the remarkable talent and charm of Bruce Willis on screen serves as a touching tribute to the actor as he battles dementia.