As we gear up for another exciting season of television, fans are eager to witness the TV returns of two big-name stars: Robin Williams and Michael J. Fox.
Williams brings his knee-slapping comedy to the brand-new series The Crazy Ones, in which former Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress Sarah Michelle Gellar plays his daughter.
VIDEO: Fall TV Preview: 'The Crazy Ones'
The 62-year-old actor's starring in the show isn't a typical return after a few years' hiatus. Predominantly a film actor, Williams hasn't starred in a TV series since the finale of the sci-fi sitcom Mork & Mindy over three decades ago.
"The show is Robin Williams on television. That's all you need to know; that's the show," Gellar praised of her co-star's long awaited return to the small screen.
Veteran actor Michael J. Fox is also making his anticipated return to television this upcoming fall season. With a decade-plus series TV hiatus since he starred on Spin City, Fox makes his comeback in the self-titled The Michael J. Fox Show.
VIDEO: Fall TV Preview: 'The Michael J. Fox Show'
In the sitcom, Fox plays a news anchor who tries to reassemble his career after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, which Fox has struggled with for many years.
Watch the video for your preview of Williams' and Fox's returns to TV.