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‘Nash Bridges’ movie reboot to star Don Johnson and original cast

From 1996 to 2001, Don Johnson played San Fran’s Special Investigations cop who nailed bad dudes on CBS-TV’s “Nash Bridges.” It’s now back as a two-hour movie. “It’s set again in San Francisco which is now in a slump since the pandemic,” he told me, “but we’ll get it going again. First episode’s a two-hour movie in the fall. USA Network. I deliver it end of August and more episodes are contemplated. I’m executive producer. I own half the show’s copyright.
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Get An Explosive Look At Don Johnson In The New NASH BRIDGES Movie

The boys are back in town! Don Johnson and Cheech Marin are back in San Francisco filming the new Nash Bridges movie. It looks like things have gotten off to an explosive start as Nash Bridges and his wise-cracking partner Joe Dominguez once again take on the bad guys. They’re both looking great!
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‘Nash Bridges’ Revival: Diarra Kilpatrick, Bonnie Somerville Among Six To Join Returning Don Johnson, Cheech Marin & Jeff Perry

EXCLUSIVE: USA Network has firmed up cast for its upcoming Nash Bridges revival. The network has confirmed Nash Bridges will return as a two-hour movie with stars Don Johnson (Nash Bridges), Cheech Marin (Joe Dominguez) and Jeff Perry (Harvey Leek) reprising their roles. Joining Johnson, Marin and Perry are new cast members Diarra Kilpatrick (American Koko), Bonnie Somerville (Code Black), Joe Dinicol (Arrow), Alexia Garcia (Pose), Angela Ko (Rebel) and Paul James (Soundtrack). A premiere date has not yet been announced.
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Vanessa Williams and Don Johnson Are Bickering Exes in Hilarious Kenan Sneak Peek

Watch: "Kenan" Season Finale Sneak Peek: Vanessa Williams. Leave it to Kenan (Kenan Thompson) to get in the middle of two bitter exes. In this exclusive (and hilarious) sneak peek from tonight's Kenan season one finale, Kenan must ease tensions between his in-laws, Rick (Don Johnson) and Tasha (Vanessa Williams). The widowed single father calls in his late wife's divorced parents to help prepare his daughters for the annual Atlanta Hair Show.
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Don Keith Johnson, 86, of Mayfield, died on Saturday, April 24, 2021, at his home. He was a member of Northside Baptist Church, a retired farmer and a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Gwen Gossum Johnson; one daughter, Angela Lee Johnson of Florence; and many nieces and nephews.
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MAYFIELD — Don Keith Johnson, 86, of Mayfield, died on Saturday, April 24, 2021, at his home. He was a member of Northside Baptist Church, a retired farmer and a U.S. Army veteran. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Gwen Gossum Johnson; one daughter, Angela Lee Johnson...
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A Nash Bridges Revival Is Happening with Don Johnson and Cheech Marin

Another revival is happening and it’s not much of a surprise any longer since whether it’s by the wish of an older actor or two that want to bring back an old role from the past or something that hasn’t been gone that long but was thought to be over and done with, revivals and remakes are the big thing now. With Nash Bridges, it’s likely that Don Johnson and Cheech Marin will be able to find fans that will want to see them come back, but maintaining that interest now that both of them are well past their prime is going to be interesting since like it or not, both men have aged quite a bit since the early 2000s when the show was taken off the air. The one part that is kind of frustrating is that Nash Bridges wasn’t taken off of the air due to low ratings, it was apparently because Johnson had grown tired of playing the role and wanted out. If anyone is thinking that this is kind of selfish thanks to the fact that it might not take into account the careers of so many others, you might be correct, but by now it’s so much water under the bridge no doubt. But this is why a revival feels like it will be a bit awkward, especially given that Nash and Joe aren’t going to be able to be quite as physical as they used to be back in the day.
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'Nash Bridges' Revival on the Way, Don Johnson Says

Don Johnson confirmed that the Nash Bridges revival is still on the way during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on April 7. Johnson, 71, said the new version will even feature the returns of Cheech Marin and Jeff Perry in their original roles as well. The original Nash Bridges ran on CBS from 1996 to 2001 for six seasons, with 122 episodes produced.
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Don Johnson Confirms ‘Nash Bridges’ Revival Is Heading Into Production

USA Network’s Nash Bridges revival is getting closer to reality. Series star Don Johnson confirmed Wednesday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he is in “heavy prep” on the revival. Johnson will reprise the title character in the project, which has been in development at USA since 2019 as a two-hour movie/backdoor pilot.
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Don Johnson is set to begin filming USA's Nash Bridges reboot in May

Johnson, who is returning along with former co-star Cheech Marin, told Ellen DeGeneres that he’s in “heavy prep” for the reboot, adding: "We find Nash some years later. And Cheech is going to come back and join me, and Jeff Perry. We’ve got a pretty exciting show that we’re prepping in San Francisco right now.” The Nash Bridges reboot is being made as a two-hour movie for USA that could potentially become a full series.