Bill Cosby Is Returning to NBC

Photo courtesy of biography.com

Photo courtesy of biography.com

Bill Cosby is returning to NBC, according to CNN. The T.V. show’s name is has not yet been released.

Bill Cosby, a former Comedian, is now 76 and will star as the Patriarch in a new sitcom about a multigenerational family. The show brings Bill Cosby back to his original T.V. station where he starred in “The Cosby Show”. “The Cosby Show” portrayed a middle class African- American family, accordion KTLA5.

Bill Cosby played Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable. Phylicia Rashad played his wife, Clair, a lawyer and will play his wife for the second time. Bill Cosby’s career is in its fifth decade. He started out as a stand up comedian in New York City. Then he eventually played a co-starring war in the 1960s T.V. show series “I Spy”, where he was the first ever African American lead starring role, according to KTLA5.

He then won three Emmies for best T.V. actor in his role as an undercover CIA Agent Alexander Scott, according to CNN.