Here’s the story on the many and var­ied ‘Brady’ projects

The Morning Call - - GO GUIDE - By Rich Helden­fels

curb,” Pick­ler said in the video.

Q: I thor­oughly en­joyed the first sea­son of “The Komin­sky Method” on Net­flix. Has it been re­newed?

A: Yes. The com­edy-drama star­ring Michael Dou­glas and Alan Arkin will be back for a sec­ond sea­son Oct. 25.

Q: Is Elias Koteas of “Chicago PD” go­ing to be in another TV show? Will we see more of his tal­ent?

A: Fans lamented when his “Chicago PD” char­ac­ter met an un­timely end, but Koteas is not done with act­ing. He’s in “Cipher,” the pi­lot for a pos­si­ble Syfy se­ries about a 13-year-old boy who has had se­cret mil­i­tary tech­nol­ogy planted in his brain.

Q: What hap­pened to the hot ac­tor who played Jen­nifer Lopez’s boyfriend on “Shades of Blue”? I’d like to see him in another show.

A: Gino An­thony Pesi, who played James Nava on the now-con­cluded NBC drama, has a re­cur­ring role in the drama “Am­bi­tions” on OWN. New episodes of the show, which stars Robin Givens, Brian White and Essence Atkins, be­gin air­ing Nov. 12.

Write to Rich Helden­fels, P.O. Box 417, Mo­gadore, OH 44260, or bren­[email protected]

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The orig­i­nal “Brady Bunch” cast, circa 1972, (clock­wise from top left): Mau­reen McCormick, Flo­rence Hen­der­son, Barry Wil­liams, Christo­pher Knight, Su­san Olsen, Robert Reed, Mike Look­ing­land and Eve Plumb.

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