Here's the story, of a man named Vinnie… and an idea for a TV series that may or may not jibe with your childhood memories.
CBS has placed a script order for a reboot of the classic TV series "The Brady Bunch," which is being executive-produced by "The Watch" star Vince Vaughn, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.
The reboot will revolve around divorced dad Bobby Brady — the youngest son on the original series — who's remarried to a woman with children of her own, and with whom he also has a child. On top of it, the ex-spouses of Brady and his wife are still involved with their lives.
In addition to Vaughn, the project is being executive-produced by Lloyd Schwartz, son of "Brady Bunch" creator Sherwood Schwartz, as well as his Wild West Picture Show Productions partners Victoria Vaughn (his sister) and Peter Billingsley, and "My Name Is Earl" and "Raising Hope" writer/producer Mike Mariano, who's writing the project.
CBS Television Studios is producing.
The original Brady Bunch, which followed Mike and Carol Brady and their collective brood, ran from 1969 to 1974. The series also spawned a series of movies, starring Gary Cole and Shelley Long, that brought a contemporized, ironic flair to the Brady story.