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Ted Danson Leaving 'CSI: Cyber' After One Season For NBC Comedy

Ted Danson is leaving 'CSI: Cyber' after just one season on the CBS drama.

Danson has instead decided to take his talents to new NBC comedy 'Good Place' from 'Parks & Recreation' co-creator Mike Schur, which will also star Kristen Bell (photosKristen Bell photos).

Danson joined spinoff 'CSI: Cyber' with a one year deal in season two, after appearing in the original 'CSI' for its last four seasons.

The move not only marks a return to comedy but also a return to the network he had so much success with for the 'Cheers' actor.

NBC ordered 13 episodes of 'Good Place' so far but there may be many more coming if Schur's track record is any indication. He also produces 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' and 'Master of None'.

January 13, 2016 |

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