Adam McDowell of the National Post profiles Alan Thicke of jPod:
- Jason Seaver has left the building
“No wonder Thicke looks happy about jPod: It’s the revenge of Jason Seaver. The new hour-long comedy-drama is based on the novel by Douglas Coupland, which the actor admits he hasn’t read (“Nothing against Douglas — I don’t read books,” he explains). What he does know is that “there are very few things about the technique and the tone that feel like Growing Pains. This dad is so different that it doesn’t really feel like the same genre.” Read more.
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