The series, which aired from the 1960s to the 1980s, was the brainchild of Jack Pearlson and was produced by MGM, which was also the company behind the animated hit, The Flintstones.
In the show, Pearlson’s son (played by Jeff Daniels) takes over the reins from his mother (played in the series by Susan Sarandon) as she is forced to face her past and deal with her son’s (played as Jack’s father, Ed) tragic death at the hands of an alien force.
The story is set in the early 1960s and follows Pearlson, his wife, his three children, and a new father in a time when Hollywood was still dominated by the “Big Hollywood” and was a time of social activism and political unrest.
This series was the first of its kind, and it’s easy to see why.
There’s a sense of camaraderie in the show that would seem impossible in today’s world of cable TV, social media, and celebrity gossip.
When Pearlson created the series, the world was in a very different place.
Movies like Pulp Fiction and The Blues Brothers were still in their heyday and were largely unknown outside of Hollywood.
With the arrival of TV, Pearlsson’s show became a sensation, and audiences loved it.
While it wasn’t the best television show ever made, it was an important step in Pearlson s path to becoming a superstar and a household name.
“It was a very moving show,” Pearlson told me over the phone.
“It had a real connection to the people that I was growing up with.”
As a kid growing up in Detroit, Pearl, then in his 20s, could relate to Pearlson.
His mother worked in a restaurant where he was a customer and, like Pearl, was deeply involved in the music scene.
Pearlson was also a musician, which allowed him to be a fan of his father’s music, which made him very familiar with the show.
The show was also about family.
Pearl was raised by his grandparents in the middle of nowhere.
Despite being raised by two mothers, Pearl was able to bond with his grandmothers through his father.
They both went to work every day and worked as hard as they could to support each other financially, Pearl told me.
One day, Pearl said, his father told him he was working as a chef and Pearl was inspired to pursue a career in cooking.
He started working at the family restaurant, which became a haven for Pearl and his family.
And Pearl’s father was very supportive.
He made it clear that he would take care of Pearl and Pearl’s mother, who at the time was pregnant with Pearl’s first child, the first son of his parents.
It wasn’t long after Pearl and the Pearl family moved to Los Angeles that Pearl was cast in The Flintstone, the show he created and starred in, which starred a younger Pearl as the lead.
In Pearlsons career, he’s starred in such television shows as King Arthur and Star Trek: The Next Generation, both of which he helped direct.
But he’s also written and directed a number of movies, including the hit series The Flintlock, which is set to air in theaters on April 8.
As a producer, Pearl has had the opportunity to direct many of the biggest TV shows of the last few decades, from The West Wing to Homeland and The Wire to The Wire: The Untold Story, and he has an enormous amount of respect for his work.
For example, when I was directing the pilot for The Flintguard, I got a call from Jack Pearl.
Jack said, ‘I got this really great idea for a TV series, but we need your permission to start filming it.
What’s your permission for this series?’
I said, Jack, ‘Well, we’re going to need your approval for The Wall, the series finale of The West Bank.
You know, the one where they try to kill me and take my life away?’
Jack said, Well, then I guess we can just start filming The Wall.’
“I don’t have a huge amount of experience with TV series.
I have done a lot of shows.
But I do know the difference between being an actor and being a writer.
I know the art of the scene and I know when to put my ideas down on paper, but I don’t know how to make a show.
I know the process of creating a show and I have that same skill set.
I don`t have a lot in terms of a writer, but it’s important to me to create a show that I feel passionate about.”
And for his part, Pearl is a great storyteller.
When I asked him if he had ever considered directing a TV show, he laughed and said,