Archive for Category: The Way We All Became The Brady Bunch

The Writer’s Bone Podcast Chats About ‘The Way We All Became The Brady Bunch’

Huge, ginormous thanks to Writer’s Bone host Daniel Ford for a great conversation about career beginnings, writing, and, of course, THE WAY WE ALL BECAME THE BRADY BUNCH! Authors, Writer’s Bone is a must for your book tour; Daniel and company love books, writing, writers, pop culture, and everything surrounding those things, and it is a warm, happy place for writers and readers. PS: Daniel is an author himself, with a fantastic short story collection, Black Coffee, that makes for a fine read.

Daily ‘Star Trek’ News: New book: original Captain Pike Jeffrey Hunter was “simply too handsome” to play Mike Brady in ‘The Brady Bunch’

So cool to see The Brady Bunch and THE WAY WE ALL BECAME THE BRADY BUNCH mashed up with Star Trek, especially since the two shows are among the most successful syndicated series in TV history. Here,’s Alison Pitt writes about Star Trek‘s original captain, Jeffrey Hunter, and how he was told he was too handsome to play Mike Brady, a role he desperately wanted.

Entertainment Weekly Exclusive: How Robert Reed came to play ‘The Brady Bunch’ dad Mike (and who almost got the job instead)

Just one more day until The Way We All Became The Brady Bunch is on sale! Today, Entertainment Weekly ran an excerpt, all about the (much exaggerated) legend of Gene Hackman almost being cast as primetime superdad Mike Brady. Read it HERE, and then read the whole book on December 3!

And thank you, EW, the magazine that made me want to be an entertainment writer.