Don Reo

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Don Reo (born January 28, 1946) is an American television writer and producer. He created such shows as Blossom and The John Larroquette Show for NBC and My Wife and Kids for ABC.

Other shows for which he has written include Everybody Hates Chris, M*A*S*H, Rhoda and The Golden Girls. He was also the executive producer and the main writer for the FOX show Action. He created the FOX show Brothers [1] and later was an executive producer and showrunner on Two and a Half Men.

Reo is a co-creator of the Netflix comedy The Ranch, starring Ashton Kutcher.

He also co-wrote the book Big Man with Clarence Clemons.


  1. ^ Fernandez, Maria Elena (2009-05-15). "Fox picks up a new sitcom for fall". Los Angeles Times. 

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