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‘The Griswolds’ Comedy Based On National Lampoon’s ‘Vacation’ Films In Works At HBO Max With Johnny Galecki Producing

The Griswold family is heading to HBO Max. WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming service has put in development The Griswolds, a half-hour single camera comedy based on National Lampoon’s Vacation films, from writer Tim Hobert (The Middle), Johnny Galecki and his Alcide Bava Productions and Warner Bros. TV, where Galecki and Alcide Bava are under a deal.

Written by Hobert, The Griswolds, based on Warner Bros’ Vacation films, brings the iconic family home from vacation and explores their daily lives in the suburbs of modern-day Chicago.

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On 1/7/2020 at 9:03 AM, Mario D. said:

Wonder where the "farm" is?  Did he ever rebuild his property that was devastated by the California fires or did he sell the property?

He has the ranch, as he calls it, (his property in central California) up for sale.    They have been staying, off and on, somewhere in Tennessee.   I don't know if they own the property there.  

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I found that Johnny had bought a ranch near Nashville, TN, but I'd rather not reveal exactly where because of their privacy. He also managed to sell in November part of the land in Santa Margarita, CA.
Additionally, Alaina's dad stated in one of his comments on his Instagram that she and Johnny are engaged :)

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