‘The Kominsky Method’: Michael Douglas & Chuck Lorre Talk Hope, Relationships, Prostate Exams & Retirement – The Deadline Q&a

‘The Kominsky Method’: Michael Douglas & Chuck Lorre Talk Hope, Relationships, Prostate Exams & Retirement – The Deadline Q&a
Last week, Netflix revealed that The Kominsky Method was being retired after its upcoming third season. But, as discussed in a chat with Deadline, retirement is not something that creator Chuck Lorre or star Michael Douglas is considering.

The pair discussed the evolution of the half-hour comedy, which stars Douglas as aging former actor-turned-acting coach Sandy Kominsky and his agent and friend Norman Newlander (Alan Arkin) from their respective homes in New York and California.

Lorre reveals that the second season storyline of Arkin’s Newland’s budding relationship with Jane Seymour’s Madelyn was based on Tom Poston’s relationship with Suzanne Pleshette, while Douglas talks method acting, having just returned from his own prostate exam.

The second season of the show, which launched in October 2019, also features guest appearances from Seymour and Paul Reiser, who plays Sandy’s daughter’s new boyfriend, while Lorre and Douglas also touch on Scientology and Green,
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