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Bruce Willis' Family Is 'Beyond Ecstatic' His Breakout TV Show “Moonlighting” Can Be Streamed (Exclusive)

Rumer Willis exclusively tells PEOPLE that avoiding a "hunt" for the ABC comedy online is a "joy"

<p>ABC Photo Archives/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty</p> Bruce Willis as detective David Addison on

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Bruce Willis as detective David Addison on 'Moonlighting'

Bruce Willis' family is filled with joy that his breakout role now can be streamed by the masses.

While attending the “Love Actually Live” opening night at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California, earlier this week, Bruce's daughter, Rumer Willis, spoke exclusively with PEOPLE about her father's breakout television series, Moonlighting.

Noting that she personally is "so excited" that the show is now streaming on Hulu, Rumer, 35, said of her family's reaction, "We were ecstatic, beyond ecstatic, because we used to watch it literally on videotape."

"My dad had a closet and all of the episodes were literally filled to the brim on videotape," she added. "And so to be able to have time and not have to hunt for it on YouTube and be able to watch it all the time is such a joy."

<p>Eric Charbonneau/Shutterstock</p> Bruce Willis, Rumer Willis

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Bruce Willis, Rumer Willis

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Moonlighting was a comedy-drama TV series that aired on ABC from March 1985 to May 1989.

Alongside Bruce, 68, as Detective David Addison, the show also starred Cybill Shepherd as Madolyn "Maddie" Hayes, Allyce Beasley as Agnes DiPesto and Curtis Armstrong as Herbert Viola.

The series followed the cases of a former model (Shepherd) and a detective (Bruce) who manage a private detective agency.

Throughout the course of its 67-episode run, Moonlighting won numerous Golden Globes Awards, People's Choice Awards and Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards. It also scored a single Emmy Award in 1987, when Bruce won in the outstanding lead actor in a drama series category.

<p>ABC Photo Archives/Disney General Entertainment Content/Getty </p> Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis in 'Moonlighting'.

ABC Photo Archives/Disney General Entertainment Content/Getty

Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis in 'Moonlighting'.

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Detailing that her father's role in Moonlighting has "always been one of my favorite things that he's ever done," Rumer also told PEOPLE that she sees glimpses of her famous father in her baby daughter Louetta Isley, whom she welcomed with boyfriend Derek Richard Thomas in April.

“Whenever she's got a stern discerning look on her face, I just see Bruce Willis,” she said. “My dad — especially on Moonlighting — has this little side smirk, that very [mischievous] twinkle in his eye, and I see that so much in her.”

“[Louetta] is truly the joy of my life and my little best friend, and I've never had anything happen to me that's brought me greater joy,” Rumer added of her little one.

Moonlighting is now available to stream on Hulu.

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