Actor Michael J. Fox is shopping a single-camera comedy series, and the networks are in a “feeding frenzy” to sign it.
Though Fox has not starred in a television series since “Spin City” in 2000, he has made numerous guest appearances on the small screen, showing up in multi-episode runs on “Rescue Me,” “Boston Legal” and “The Good Wife.”
Fox, 51, was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1991 and has been a leading research advocate. In May, Fox told ABC News that a new drug regimen has helped him control the tics that are a result of the disease and allowed him to take on more acting roles.