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NBC Kills New Bill Cosby TV Series

billcosby05Last year, NBC hoped that Sean Hayes and Michael J. Fox, two stars of hit NBC sitcoms from yesteryear, could once again bring big ratings to the network. It didn’t work and both Sean Saves the World and The Michael J. Fox Show were cancelled.

Undaunted, NBC execs made a deal earlier this year for a new multi-camera sitcom starring veteran Bill Cosby and executive produced by The Cosby Show’s Tom Werner. The untitled comedy, expected to debut Fall 2015, would have seen Cosby playing the patriarch of a multi-generational family who shares his wit and wisdom.

As a result of the multiple rape accusations against Cosby in recent weeks, the network has now cancelled the project. In light of the news, it seems likely that the new show would have been a tough sell to audiences and advertisers alike.

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Following up on his successful run on I Spy, Bill Cosby stars as Chet Kincaid, a physical education teacher who works at a lower-middle-class high school in Los Angeles. Chet's a bachelor and a teacher who's interested in the lives of those around him. His family includes his mother Rose (Lillian Randolph, then Beah Richards), his brother Brian (Lee Weaver), and sister-in-law Verna (Olga James). The comedy of the series comes from various situations that Chet finds himself in, both at home and at school with teachers and his students. He's also often asked to fill in for various other teachers' subjects -- like algebra, English and driver's education -- usually with humorous results. He works with principal Mr. Langford (Sid McCoy) and guidance counselor Marsha Peterson (Joyce Bulifant). While situations are sometimes exaggerated, the show focuses on character studies, real-life situations, and inevitably a life-lesson of some kind.

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