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Bill Cosby Returning to NBC with New Comedy

cosbyshow19NBC is hoping that lightning will strike twice. Three decades after The Cosby Show helped revive NBC and the sitcom, Bill Cosby has made a deal to do a new family comedy for the peacock network.

Deadline reports that Cosby and producer Tom Werner are meeting with writers about the project. No further details are available yet but, considering the current state of NBC’s sitcoms, they no doubt want to get it on the air this fall.

What do you think? Do you think you’ll want to watch a new Cosby show?

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