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February 06, 2013  | by: Rebecca Giampolo
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Although Robin Williams may seem semi-retired, the actor’s success is, to this day, accredited to the Emmy Award-winning television show, “Mork & Mindy.” The now 61-year-old actor is taking after the generation of 90s singers who are all convinced they have what it takes to make a comeback. Unfortunately for Williams, his latest roles have consisted of back seat guest spots alongside a talking dog. However, according to E! News, Williams is as brilliantly creative as ever.

The Crazy Ones is reportedly still a project in the works, but CBS claims to be extremely interested in the resumption of Williams career. The network is allegedly willing to pay a hefty penalty fee to have the privilege to first-air the new comedy. Rather than put on a face mold for this particular endeavor, Williams’ character works together with his daughter, and the family almost immediately questions the direction in which their life is headed.

True to his comedic background, The Crazy Ones is another humorous program scheduled to run in a half-hour slot, filmed with a single-camera style. While Williams and the screenwriter, David E. Kelley, continue to develop the program for television, fans must patiently standby and hope to incorporate a new feel-good, laugh-so-hard-you-hurt-your-belly, new show into their weekly viewing regiment.

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