A Thai Goodbye
NBC is taking five celebrated men from across genres on an epic adventure throughout Asia with its new alternative comedy series "Better Late Than Never."
Award-winning actor, producer, writer and director Henry Winkler ("Royal Pains"), Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor, director and writer William Shatner ("The Practice"), celebrated football legend and NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw ("Fox NFL Sunday"), boxing Hall of Famer and gold medal winner turned businessman George Foreman and comedian Jeff Dye (NBC's "I Can Do That") embark on the ultimate international excursion with no assistants, no limousines and no lattes, in search of an intimate, life-changing experience.
The one-hour series travels to Tokyo, Kyoto, Seoul, Hong Kong, Phuket and Chiang Mai before heading home. The five navigate their way through each city - communicating with the local population, immersing themselves in local traditions and enjoying exotic food - all the while dealing with the unexpected twists and turns that any trip presents.
As they check off items on their own personal bucket lists, the five rely on each other for support and encouragement and, in the process, demonstrate that friendship is the ultimate gift.
Craig Zadan & Neil Meron, Henry Winkler, Jason Ehrlich, Stephanie Chambers, Alex Katz and Tim Crescenti executive produce. "Better Late Than Never" is produced by Universal Television in association with Storyline Entertainment, Small World IFT and CJ E&M.
The successful original series "Grandpa Over Flowers" is produced by CJ Entertainment & Media and currently airs in both China and South Korea.
Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, George Foreman, Jeff Dye
Craig Zadan & Neil Meron, Henry Winkler, Jason Ehrlich, Stephanie Chambers, Alex Katz, Tim Crescenti
Director of Photography
Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; Hong Kong, China; Phuket and Chiang Mai, Thailand
Universal Television in association with Storyline Entertainment, Small World IFT and CJ E&M