Robin Williams makes his return to television in his first starring role since Mork & Mindy completed its run in 1982 in a pedigree-packed show from producer David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, Boston Legal). The comedian stars as Simon more
Robin Williams can play zany, funny, outrageous, schizophrenic, ground, sad, animated genie, crazy homeless guy, and by play I don't mean he can play each individually. Williams can play all at the...
David E. Kelley's wants to sell you on a family/workplace comedy set in the world of advertising. After watching the series premiere, are you ready to buy? Read More...
He's back! Comedian Robin Williams is returning to primetime television for the first time in a starring role since Mork & Mindy . As great as he's been in dramatic roles before, it's when he's able to let loose and be wacky and crazy more
While CBS' new sitcom "The Crazy Ones" has been touted as the Robin Williams show ever since its pickup was announced, surrounding the comedian with a strong ensemble makes for a balanced show. Sure, Williams signature brand of comedy and bi more
CBS sure has pulled in a lot of big name actors and comics this year, but can't seem to get the formula right for making them produce any laughs. And unless you really love Robin Williams, that's not changing with this sitcom.
Robin Williams spent years as one of only two actors on my Will Not Watch List, a special place for actors who’ve too many manipulative feel-good movies. Kevin Spacey was the only other person on the list, and thanks to “House of Cards,” more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews NBC's "The Michael J. Fox Show," starring Fox as a TV reporter coming out of retirement, and CBS' "The Crazy Ones," starring Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar as a father/daughter adve more