Robin Williams is looking to transition back to the small screen for the first time in 30-years.
Williams is the star of David E. Kelley's new pilot "Crazy People," in which the comedian will play a man who runs an advertising agency with his daughter. CBS just commissioned the single camera pilot.
For every Don Draper, television needs a Mork from Ork.
While "Mad Man" is a hit, Ad Age noted that other shows revolving around advertising have had significantly less success.
TNT's "Trust Me," which revolved around a creative team at a fictional ad agency, only lasted one season. AMC's advertising-based reality show, called "The Pitch," also didn't make the cut.
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