Disney+ “Turner & Hooch” Series Finds it’s Director “Robert Duncan McNeill”!

Disney + has recently announced an adaptation series based on a 1989 comedy movie named Turner and Hooch.

It’s been many months since a controversy behind the director of this upcoming series hanged on the media. But now it is confirmed that Robert Duncan McNeill will direct Disney’s Turner and Hooch.

This man is also behind the series like Lieutenant Tom Paris featured on Star Trek and known for his role in 1987’s Masters of the Universe. Besides all these, he was also behind the camera in a few episodes of Dawson’s Creek to Chuck and the most recent one series named The Orville.

Now the makers of Turner and Hooch decided to choose Robert Duncan McNeill for their next creation in the Turner and hooch series.

The overall series highlighted the unlikely friendship between a U.S Marshall and his companion, who was a disorderly dog. Their efforts to solve many mysterious cases together makes the story more fascinating.

The series is one of the first debut series of Disney Plus, which comes under the updated banner of 20th Television, where the overall deal is under Matt Nix.

The overall crew and cast member of the series are:

  • Producer: Matt Nix
  • Director: Robert Duncan McNeill and McG
  • Cast Members:
  • Josh Peck in the character of Scott Turner
  • Lyndsy Fonseca in the role of Laura
  • Carra Patterson in the character of Jessica:
  • Vanessa Lengies in the role of Erica:
  • Anthony Ruivivar in the character of James Clark:
  • Brandon Jay McLaren in the role of Xavier Walkins:
  • Jeremy Maguire in the character of Matthew:

Although the production of this upcoming series started last month still there is no official declaration that has been announced by Disney+.

So more likely, you will get to watch this comedy adaptation by the end of April 2021.

We will update our page whenever we get official news. Till then, stay connected with us for more latest updates.

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