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Original Texas Chainsaw Massacre narrator John Larroquette returns for Netflix sequel

When Leatherface rears his ugly head again this year – in Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre – at least one element from the 1974 original will be brought along for the ride. The actor who delivered the opening news brief in the ’70s classic, which brought a chillingly realistic grounding to the horror movie, will return to deliver some opening narration in the sequel.
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John Larroquette Is Back For ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’

The sights and sounds of the new “massacre” are really coming together. Texas Chainsaw Massacre–a direct sequel to Tobe Hooper’s classic 1974 standard–hits Netflix Feb. 18, and the cherry on top will be hearing John Larroquette return to narrate the opening of the movie. Watch the opening crawl and listen to the actor’s original narration in the video on this page, courtesy of Variety.
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John Larroquette Returns to THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE Franchise to Narrate the New Film

John Larroquette is best known for his role as Dan Fielding on the ‘80s sitcom Night Court. What some of you may not know is that he was a part of the original 1974 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. He was the guy who narrated the opening of the film. Well, he will be back to narrate the opening of Netflix’s new Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which serves as a direct sequel to the original movie.
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John Larroquette Returns 48 Years After Original ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre’ to Narrate Netflix’s Sequel (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix’s upcoming “Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” the direct sequel to 1974’s “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre,” is paying service to fans of the original by bringing back John Larroquette to narrate the opening of the film. Larroquette’s legendary news brief at the start of the the 1974 film was meant to scare audiences by grounding the film in true crime. In reality, the plot was loosely by the crimes of murderer Ed Gein. The horror classic was Larroquette’s first film appearance, before gaining fame in series such as “Night Court,” “The John Larroquette Show” and “Boston Legal.” Larroquette is set to resume...
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John Larroquette Returning for Netflix's Texas Chainsaw Massacre Sequel After 48 Years

Nearly 50 years ago, a mostly unknown actor provided the narration for the opening of Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, which billed the story as being based on true events, with narrator John Larroquette finally returning to the series for the upcoming sequel coming to Netflix. While there have been a number of sequels in the franchise, some of which billing themselves as direct sequels, this new take on the material sounds to have more connective tissue to what came before it, with the inclusion of Larroquette sure to excite longtime fans of the original movie. The new Texas Chainsaw Massacre is set to hit Netflix on February 18th.
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Night Court Sequel Series Starring Melissa Rauch And John Larroquette Picked Up By NBC

After news earlier this year that the sequel show was in development, NBC has announced that Night Court, a continuation of the classic 1980s sitcom, has been ordered to series at the broadcast network. Former The Big Bang Theory star Melissa Rauch will star in the series, taking on the role of Judge Abby Stone, daughter of the late Harry Anderson's Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone. John Larroquette will reprise his role from the original series as lawyer Dan Fielding. Pamela Fryman executive produced and directed the pilot episode, a photo from which you can find below. Dan Rubin, Melissa Rauch, and Winston Rauch also executive produce.
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‘Night Court’ Sequel Starring Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette Gets Official Order At NBC

NBC has officially landed a series order to the planned Night Court sequel, which will serve as a follow-up to the classic legal sitcom. The multi-camera comedy from Dan Rubin (Outmatched, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Melissa Rauch (The Big Bang Theory), went into development back in December 2020. It had secured a pilot order in May and has now been given the green light to move to network.
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Night Court Revival Ordered to Series at NBC, With John Larroquette and Melissa Rauch — Get First Look

The verdict is in, and to the surprise of no one, NBC has given a series order to the Night Court follow-up starring five-time Emmy winner John Larroquette, who is reprising his role from the original sitcom, and Big Bang Theory alum Melissa Rauch. Rauch is also an executive producer on the Warner Bros. Television, Universal Television and After January Productions co-pro, alongside writer Dan Rubin (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Happy Endings), Winston Rauch and pilot director Pamela Fryman, while Larroquette will carry a producer title. Based on the original multi-cam sitcom created by Reinhold Weege, the Night Court sequel series stars Rauch...
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