Norman Lear rejected an ‘All in the Family’ reboot

11.21.14 2 years ago

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Norman Lear rejected an “All in the Family” reboot
The 92-year-old TV legend said last night that Sony proposed a 2015 update on his acclaimed series, revolving around a white or Latino family. Lear said he thought about the idea and said, “I”m not sure that there”s much that I would elect to do. After a while, with success comes the ability to say, We”re not doing this.”

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