UPDATE: The gap between the new comedies closed a bit in the 18-49 nationals, as “The Crazy Ones” edged down (to 3.9/11, 15.52 million viewers overall) and “The Michael J, Fox Show” ticked up (2.2/6…
Robin Williams completes a rather lengthy journey back to his TV comedy roots with "The Crazy Ones," which casts him as a wacky advertising genius -- the sort of creativity-can't-be-shackled type…
"JKL" was nominated for writing, while director Andy Fisher was nominated for an episode featuring a spectacular casting stunt that had actor Matt Damon stealing the program from host Jimmy Kimmel…
Depending on one's point of view, the back-to-back appearances by Robin Williams — in a new sitcom — and Arsenio Hall — in a new latenight talkshow — at CBS' portion of the TV Critics Assn. tour are…
CBS has released several clips of upcoming series to debut this fall, including the Robin Williams-Sarah Michelle Gellar series "The Crazy Ones" and Chuck Lorre's "Mom," starring Anna Faris.
David E. Kelley is teaming with Robin Williams for a single-cam comedy from 20th Century Fox TV that is in the process of landing with a big commitment CBS.
Robin Williams is ready to return to the priesthood, as the "License to Wed" star is set to play Father Monaghan in Justin Zackham's star-studded comedy "The Big Wedding."
The difficult task here was to create a person so terrified of the dark side that he wiped himself clean of edge.
Robin Williams is plotting to run down the aisle for Disney, signing on to star in "Wedding Banned" for Touchstone Pictures.
Robin Williams will bring his standup to Broadway in the spring when the tour of his solo show "Weapons of Self-Destruction" gets a short stint at the Neil Simon Theater.
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