Fox skeds family time with 'Daddy'

Adalian, Josef
December 2004
Daily Variety;12/14/2004, Vol. 285 Issue 52, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the production of the television series "Daddy," by Fox TV Studios, in association with executive producers Ken Mok, and the team of Scott Hallock and Kevin Healey. The "Daddy" pilot takes an adopted woman, who's searching for her father, and puts her in a classic reality show elimination scenario. If the woman successfully identifies her daddy after three elimination rounds, she gets up to $100,000. If she doesn't, one of the seven faux papas, all of whom are contestants, get the coin.


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