CBS Orders Comedy Pilot Starring Robin Williams

CBS Orders Comedy Pilot Starring Robin Williams
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After a long hiatus, Robin Williams may be making his return to television!

According to Deadline, CBS has ordered a comedy pilot from David E. Kelley, titled “Crazy Ones,” starring none other than Robin Williams.

“Crazy Ones” will be a single-camera show that follows the story of a father and daughter who work in advertising.

Robin Williams has strayed away from television over the last few years to work on movies, but the network must have put something really promising together to get Robin to agree to it!

We’ll have more details for you as they become available!

Ashton Tyler | Elite. 

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