“Crazy Ones” is being produced by David E. Kelley, of “Ally McBeal” and “Boston Legal” fame. The sitcom is set in an advertising agency as a workplace comedy. Perhaps Gellar and Williams will be running a family business together? Either way, the hopes are high for this project. Kelley is enlisting the help of producer Bill D’Elia and “Arrested Development” executive producer Dean Loreyn for the pilot.
After “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Gellar has only made one return to television in “The Ringer” which aired on the CW for only one season. Williams was last seen on the small screen as a regular on “Mork & Mindy,” which went off the air in 1982.
Kelley has just premiered another new show — a medical drama called “Monday Mornings” for TNT.