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Clint Eastwood’s family set for reality TV series
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NEW YORK (AP) - Clint Eastwood’s family is coming to TV in a new reality show.
The E! network said Tuesday that “Mrs. Eastwood & Company” will premiere May 20 as a 10-episode series.
The show spotlights Dina Eastwood, who has been married to the Oscar-winning actor-director since 1996. Also on hand are the Eastwoods’ 15-year-old daughter, Morgan, as well as 18-year-old Francesca, Clint Eastwood’s daughter with actress Frances Fisher.
Rounding out the cast is the all-male, six-member vocal group Overtone, managed by Dina Eastwood.
“Mrs. Eastwood & Company” is being filmed in the family’s hometown of Carmel, Calif., as well as in Los Angeles.
Clint Eastwood is expected to make guest appearances.
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