Bill Cosby will soon be returning to TV.
The comedian has finalized a deal with NBC to bring a new half-hour family comedy to the network, according to Deadline.
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Bill Cosby is returning to NBC for a new family comedy, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The network is developing a half-hour comedy featuring Cosby as the patriarch of a multi-generational family. According to Deadline, which first reported the news, Cosby is once again partnering with producer Tom Werner, who produced The Cosby Show.
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Nostalgia is all the rage these days, so it comes as no surprise that Bill Cosby is hoping to return to prime time.
The comedian told Yahoo TV that he's re-teamed with one of The Cosby Show producers Tom Werner to develop a family comedy that "would [satisfy] the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?'"
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