One of TV’s biggest legends is a fan similar to the remainder of us.
“During the pandemic, we watched television from Mexico, Spain, India, South Korea,” Winkler instructed E! News. “The streamers are incredible. HBO, Apple, HBO Max. I’m telling you, TV is king right now.”
Winkler, after all, is aware of a little bit one thing about tv historical past. The actor starred as Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli on iconic sitcom “Happy Days,” which ran for 11 seasons beginning in 1974. The actor has additionally performed memorable roles on “Arrested Development,” “Parks & Recreation” and, now, his Emmy-winning activate “Barry.”
In all of his viewing, nevertheless, a sure TV western franchise actually lassoed his coronary heart.
Kevin Costner stars in “Yellowstone,” the Paramount Network western a few rich ranch household in Montana, which has change into one of many largest reveals on tv and earned sufficient reward to fill the O.Ok. Corral.
But a letter from Henry Winkler? It’s robust to get higher than that.
“I said it’s amazing to spend time with your storytelling because we are loving every episode of these things,” Winkler instructed E!.
Before you get any concepts, Winkler says he has no real interest in visitor starring, saying “I’m very happy where I am.” Sometimes it is best to not meet your heroes.
Lucky for Winkler, he is in a fairly great place. The 76-year-old actor stars as Gene Cousineau on “Barry,” which will get even darker and extra sinister in its third season. Despite working with among the most completed administrators within the enterprise over the course of his illustrious profession, he says working with Bill Hader — who co-created, stars in and sometimes directs the show–is one of the collaborative experiences he is ever had.
“Bill is a generous, thoughtful director. In his structure comes freedom,” Winkler instructed E!. “He knows what he wants. He’s open to you filling that vessel with what you bring. If it works for him and it works for his imagination, it’s in.”
Watch Henry Winkler write the most recent chapter in his storied tv textbook when the third season of “Barry” premieres April 24 at 10 p.m. on HBO.