Josh Groban and his beautiful crooning voice are officially heading to Netflix! Fresh off his stint on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Groban has secured a role in Tony Danza’s upcoming Netflix original series The Good Cop.
The actor announced the news on his Twitter account Wednesday.
— josh groban (@joshgroban) November 8, 2017
“Look who I had a big delicious Italian meal with last night! “I’m honored to join @TonyDanza and the cast of The Good Cop coming to @netflix in 2018.”
Netflix revealed that Groban will be playing the role of Tony Jr., an “earnest, obsessively honest NYPD detective who makes a point of always following rules” who also happens to be the son of Tony Sr. (Danza), “a disgraced NYPD officer who never followed any of the rules.”
When the series was first announced back in June Netflix described The Good Cop as a 10-episode father-son buddy dramedy that “tells the tale of an overly cautious son and his blunt, street-wise father who gives him advice on everything from handling suspects to handling women.”
What do you think of The Good Cop? Will you be tuning in?
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