“Moonlight” streaming? Glenn Gordon Caron Teases Big Announcement

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Glenn Gordon Caron, who created the legendary ’80s dramedy starring Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis, teased him Twitter that a “big announcement” about the Emmy-winning series will arrive on Wednesday, adding, “Disney and I put our heads together and came up with a plan.”

Conventional wisdom suggests that Caron and Disney (the studio behind undeclared work) will reveal that the late ABC show’s 67 episodes will finally be available to stream, presumably on either Hulu or Disney+.

As previously reported, the music licensing issues have persisted until now undeclared work‘s five seasons beyond the reach of streaming.

Earlier this year, Caron told The Wrap that Disney execs informed him that “the big problem…is that the show is just peppered with music. None of those rights were sewn up, and “the studio believes it would be prohibitively expensive to get them now.” Caron said Disney asked him to trade cheaper music, but he declined.

Caron added, “The last conversation I had with them, which was probably about two years ago, the music was really the financial reason.”

Disney officials have yet to respond to TVLine’s request for comment regarding Wednesday’s announcement.

https://tvline.com/2022/10/03/moonlighting-streaming-announcement-glenn-gordon-caron/ “Moonlight” streaming? Glenn Gordon Caron Teases Big Announcement

Lindsay Lowe

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