When I was a kid I did not know my father. So I would always imagine what a great father would look and be like. I didn’t have to think for to long, thanks to the Cosby Show. Dr. Huxtable aka Bill Cosby was a dotting dad who didn’t take any mess. In my mind he was my dad. Well daddy is coming back to TV.
At the young age of 77, Mr. Cosby still has some tricks up his sleeve. You know the saying never burn bridges, well this is why. Thank to Mr, Cosby’s longstanding relationship with NBC the network is welcoming him back with open arms.
Family sitcoms seem to work for Mr. Cosby and if it isn’t broke don’t fix it. NBC is currently writing a show that would follow the same story line, this time Mr. Cosby would be the patriarch o f his family. Being that times have changed so much, I am pretty sure there are plenty of family issues that the previous Cosby show didn’t get to cover. Hey NBC I have a show topic, Bill’s find his granddaughter on Facebook twerking. Let’s see how he would handle that.
The show will be taped in front of a studio audience, while 3 cameras will capture the footage. Attention audience department I think you should book an auduience of much older and younger adults. Ask people to come with their grandparents. Older people know what great talent looks like, today’s youth like to laugh at things that are just not funny (like people fighting online, in a shakey video). Family time needs to be revived. When I was a kid the whole family would sit together and watch a sitcom together, that barely happens these days. I miss the good ole days.
Mr. Cosby’s new show should debut next summer. I will keep you posted has production starts.