Bill Cosby spent the majority of his life in the public spotlight as “America’s dad”, but beneath his squeaky clean image, there are many hidden dark secrets.Now, Bill Cosby and his wife make an unexpected announcement.
Of course, the finished product is almost always significantly - or even completely - different from what the creator originally had in mind, if for no other reason than the conditions imposed by the passage of time.See also The Shelf of Movie Languishment, where it gets done but not released.May involve What Could Have Been if the project saw changes after being dusted off.Please only list examples here which have actually left development hell.Though Cosby’s wife Camille has consistently stuck by his side, he has not always been faithful to her.
The most prominent of his extramarital affairs was with Shawn Brown during the 1970s.
Also, note that just because a title was saved from development hell doesn't necessarily mean that it's good.
There are far too many examples of "saved" titles that were so bad or underwhelming that people would have preferred it stayed in development hell.
Here he stars as loveable obstetrician Heathcliff "Cliff" Huxtable, alongside his gorgeous lawyer wife Clair (Phylicia Rashad), and their five children, ranging in age from post-collegiate to preschool (as of the first season): Sondra (Sabrina Le Beauf), Denise (Lisa Bonet), Theo (Malcolm-Jamal Warner), Vanessa (Tempestt Bledsoe), and Rudy (Keshia Knight Pulliam).
Featured a rare inverted Chuck Cunningham Syndrome — in the opening episode the parents have the exchange, "Why do we have four children? ", but it's later revealed that they do indeed have five.
Cosby’s wife Camille has allegedly been aware of his infidelities for a long time, and though she is hurt by it, she continued to stay with him, even after his public admission.