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Full House creator Jeff Franklin lists Beverly Hills home for $85 MILLION
Full House creator Jeff Franklin has put his massive Beverly Hills mansion on the market for a whopping $85 million.The 66-year-old filmmaker and screenwriter's plans for a big move were shared by real estate sources with TMZon Wednesday.The property has a gruesome history, as the mansion was built on the site where Sharon Tate and four friends were brutally murdered by followers of Charles Manson in 1969. Ready for a change: Full House creator Jeff Franklin, 66, has put his 21,000-square-foot mansion in Beverly Hills on the market for $85 million, TMZ reported on WednesdayFranklin also opened up his home recently for a reception for family members of the late comedian Bob Saget, who died on January 9 at 65 while in Orlando, Florida, in the midst of a standup tour.Saget starred as patriarch Danny Tanner on Franklin's series Full House and its Netflix continuation Fuller House, and he was also a respected standup comedian known for his edgy routines.The new owners of the mansion — which is located near Benedict Canyon — could easily get lost amid its 21,000 square feet, and the home boasts nine bedrooms and 18 bathrooms.
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How I Met Your Father premiere leads to mixed reviews and reactions from critics and fans
Hulu's How I Met Your Father debuted the first two episodes on Tuesday, a spin-off of CBS' How I Met Your Mother, which ran for nine seasons from 2005 to 2014.The show features most of the same hallmarks of its predecessor - a group of friends in New York City trying to figure out their lives while hanging out at a bar, along with a narrator revealing the thoughts of the main character.Early indications from the first reviews is that the spin-off will not match the critical acclaim of the original, with The Hollywood Reportercritic Angie Han perhaps putting it most succinctly: 'It feels so far like a pale imitation.' Debut:Hulu's How I Met Your Father debuted the first two episodes on Tuesday, a spin-off of CBS' How I Met Your Mother, which ran for nine seasons from 2005 to 2014 Pale:Early indications from the first reviews is that the spin-off will not match the critical acclaim of the original, with The Hollywood Reporter critic Angie Han perhaps putting it most succinctly: 'It feels so far like a pale imitation'Han adds that the spin-off tries to 'recreate the spark' from the early seasons of the original show, but it only succeeds in the most 'superficial aspects' and feels like 'a pale imitation' in 'the ways that count most.'The show follows Hilary Duff's character Sophie, with Kim Cattrall voicing the future Sophie from the year 2050, looking back at her time in 2022, following in Bob Saget's footsteps as the narrator for Josh Radnor's Ted Mosby in HYMIM.
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John Mayer reportedly paid for a private plane to fly the late Bob Saget's body from Florida to L.A.
Singer John Mayer made headlines last week when he picked up the late comedian Bob Saget's car from the airport, and now there's word that he even paid to fly his body home to Los Angeles.Saget was in the midst of a stand-up comedy tour near Orlando, Florida when he was found dead in his hotel room on January 9 at 65 years of age.After Mayer, 44, and comedian Jeff Ross, 56, shared stories about Bob on Instagram while driving his car back from the airport, a new report from Showbiz 411revealed Mayer paid for a private plane to fly Saget's body back from Florida to Los Angeles. Headlines:Singer John Mayer made headlines last week when he picked up the late comedian Bob Saget's car from the airport, and now there's word that he even paid to fly his body home to Los Angeles R.I.P.:Saget was in the midst of a stand-up comedy tour near Orlando, Florida when he was found dead in his hotel room on January 9 at 65 years of ageWhile no cause of death has been revealed the local sheriff and medical examiner immediately ruled out any type of drug use or foul play.The comedian and actor was laid to rest on January 14 at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery, the final resting place for many prominent Jews in the entertainment industry.