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Williams rose to stardom more than 30 years ago on "Mork & Mindy," and his turn in "Crazy Ones" — playing an eccentric Chicago advertising executive — was touted as a return to his roots after a long and successful career in movies like "Good Will Hunting" and "Good Morning Vietnam."
But the show, which also starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, earned mixed reviews from critics and struggled in the ratings.
Williams was the second sitcom legend to fizzle in a headlining role on broadcast TV this season.
In other CBS news, the network renewed its drama
Joining "The Crazy Ones" on the cancellation list were the comedies "Bad Teacher" and "Friends with Better Lives" along with the drama "Hostages."