NBC hasn't forgotten about that show it has in development with Philly's Bill Cosby -- though we probably won't see it before the end of the coming season.
"It's still being written...could be next summer," NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt told reporters Sunday during a session at the Television Critics Association's summer meetings. The show's also a possibility for the fall of 2015, he added.
The sitcom, which the iconic former NBC star is developing with actor/writer/producer Mike O'Malley -- who may also have an onscreen role as one of the sons-in-law of Cosby's character -- is envisioned as a multigenerational sitcom in which the comedian would play the father of three grown daughters and would be "dispensing wisdom."
There's as yet no series commitment, though "we have a big commitment to Bill himself," in the form of a talent deal, Greenblatt said.