Dare we say that we're crazy for this pairing?
And, better yet, it's a David E. Kelley-produced workplace sitcom!
The Ally McBeal and Boston Legal creator (and master of workplace situation anything) is reportedly teaming with frequent producing partner Bill D'Elia and Arrested Development coexecutive producer Dean Lorey on the pilot—the quality of which we are now holding out so much hope for.
Crazy Ones, which is set in an advertising agency (hmm, do we sense a play on Mad Men?), marks Williams' first TV venture—give or take a handful of guest appearances—since Mork & Mindy, which signed off in 1982.
And consider us tickled to see Gellar headed back to the small screen after Ringer only lasted a single season on the CW.
Kelley's latest show, the medical drama Monday Mornings, premiered Feb. 4 on TNT.