The heat is on! Especially when it comes to '80s fever these days, and CBS is jumping on the resurgence by producing a pilot based on the "Beverly Hills Cop" film franchise. According to "Yo Show" guest Jim O'Heir ("Parks and Recreation"), Eddie Murphy thought the film should have made the leap to TV a long time ago: "He said movie two and three, not proud of. And he believes it belongs on television." Now, it's so happening!
O'Heir, Yo, and comedian Jonny Loquasto -- all hard-core "Beverly Hills Cop" fans -- sat down to chat about the classic action-comedy and the star who made it famous. While viewers won't get a whole lot of Murphy in the small-screen version, he is making an appearance in the first episode and serving as executive producer. Even better: He'll be rocking that iconic Detroit Lions letterman jacket! "How cool is that?" asks Yo. In fact, you can buy one of your very own for $350. "Welcome to television. There's merchandising," O'Heir says.
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