Bill Cosby is coming back to television and to the network that aired his most popular show. THR reports that Cosby has signed on to star in a new family sitcom for NBC. The untitled series will focus on Cosby as the head of a multigenerational family, exploring Cosby's views on marriage and parenting. Cosby has teamed with Tom Werner, who produced The Cosby Show with him for the network, to work on the project, and they're currently searching for writers for it.
Back in November, Cosby told Yahoo! TV that he was working on a family sitcom that "would [satisfy] the people who have come to [...]
Bill Cosby has been working hard to promote his new standup special on the late night circuit, and each appearance is more brilliant than the last. He dropped by The Daily Show last night, and while Jon wouldn't let him wander into the audience again, he managed to get in some nice physical humor with the show's swivel chair, as well as chastise Jon for his sweary language and tell some good stories about Lenny Bruce. Check out the rest of the interview below – it's well worth it.
Bill Cosby is getting back into TV. The sitcom veteran told Yahoo! that he's teamed up with Cosby Show producer Tom Werner to work on a new family sitcom that he says, "would [satisfy] the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?" Here's Cosby discussing the project more:
"I want to be able to deliver a wonderful show to [a] network because there is a viewership out there that wants to see comedy and warmth and love and surprise and cleverness, without going into the party attitude.
"They would like to see a married couple [...]
On "It's That Episode" Craig Rowin (UCB Theatre) invites guests over to watch any episode of any TV show they want. They discuss the episode and other crap.
Natasha Rothwell (UCB's The Curfew) drops by to watch a feel good episode of The Cosby Show. Listen as Natasha and Craig discuss why the Huxtables should make big money decisions together, how you shouldn't be truthful if you hate a gift and the time an eight-year-old Natasha was humiliated while reading a poem about Martin Luther King Jr.
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Enjoy this 13-minute clip of Bill Cosby on Letterman, which includes a tight five minutes of sit-down stand-up and the legendary comedian proving he's still got his Cosby Show opening credits moves by dancing for half his allotted time to the Harlem Globetrotters theme.