A Minute with Stan Hooper, also known as Stan Hooper, is an American sitcom starring Norm Macdonald. The series was a Bungalow 78 production in association with Paramount Television and aired on Fox. The series was canceled after eight of the thirteen episodes produced were aired.
A Minute with Stan Hooper: Created by Barry Kemp, Norm MacDonald. With Norm MacDonald, Penelope Ann Miller, Brian Howe, Garret Dillahunt. Stan Hooper does a popular network TV minute every week out of a Manhattan studio. He decides to move to Waterford Falls, Wisconsin with his wife Molly where they find a quirky band of locals.
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A Minute with Stan Hooper, also known as Stan Hooper, is an American sitcom starring Norm Macdonald. The series was a Carsey-Werner production in association with Paramount Television and aired on Fox. The series was canceled after six of the thirteen episodes produced were aired. The central character's name, Stan Hooper, was taken from Macdonald's work on Saturday Night Live, but the ...
The show starts off with Stan and Molly entering the diner where they ate years ago when they first drove through Waterford Falls. They are surprised though to find that no one knows who Stan is except for Ryan who instantly begs to become Stan's cameraman.
Hooper, a famous newspaper columnist turned television commentator, moves his family from their New York home to a small Wisconsin town, Waterford Falls , where he hopes to better get in touch with Middle America in an attempt to make his weekly minute-long television commentaries more appealing to a larger audience.