The Disney-possessed communicate organize on Wednesday reported it would air The Happy Days of Garry Marshall, a two-hour extraordinary highlighting interviews with various stars that worked with the late maker during his unbelievable profession, which is set to air Tuesday, May 12, from 8-10 p.m. ET/PT.
Garry Marshall loved ones will share their preferred recollections of the man who made a portion of TV’s most famous shows — including Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley and Mork and Mindy — and coordinated scores of essential highlights, including Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries and Beaches.
Garry Marshall kicked the bucket in July 2016 from entanglements of pneumonia following a stroke. He was 81. And for over six decades, his work in TV and movies made us giggle, contacted our hearts, and in every case left us feeling better.
Garry Marshall also had worked with Richard Gere, Hector Elizondo and Julia Roberts (Pretty Woman); Ron Howard, Don Most, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Henry Winkler (Happy Days); Cindy Williams, David Lander and Michael McKean (Laverne and Shirley); Pam Dawber (Mork and Mindy); Barbara Hershey (Beaches); and Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway and Chris Pine (The Princess Diaries) will take an interest in the uncommon. Jimmy Kimmel, Abigail Breslin, Yvette Nicole Brown, Cary Elwes, Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson, Ashton Kutcher, Rob Lowe and John Stamos will likewise show up. Marshall’s better half, Barbara, and their youngsters Scott, Kathleen, and Lori, will likewise share at no other time heard tales about Marshall, including a glance back toward the beginning of his profession in Hollywood.
Scheinfeld composed and coordinated the extraordinary, which was delivered by Crew Neck Productions alongside Garry Marshall. Watch a promotion for the extraordinary, beneath. (All meetings were finished among June and November 2019.)
Specials, both recently recorded and live-from-home, have been in expanding requests as communicated systems hope to fill openings on their primetime calendars to help fill the voids made by unproduced scripted and unscripted scenes that were affected by the close to industry-wide creation shutdown in the midst of the coronavirus emergency.