William Shatner will make a guest appearance June 19 on TV Land’s “Hot In Cleveland,” according to TV Guide.
The "Star Trek" legend will be joined by "The Office" alum Brian Baumgartner in a special live episode, marking the premiere of the second half of the fourth season. The episode will air live at 10 p.m. on the East Coast, while West Coast viewers will see a taped version at 10 p.m. PDT.
"At long, long last, I am working with someone older than me," Shatner, who's 82, joked about 91-year-old Betty White, who plays a housekeeper.
In a statement, TV Land said “There will be mobsters, mistaken identities, special guest stars, and twists and turns.”
The hit show, which has been renewed for a fifth season, centers around three friends, played by sitcom veterans Valerie Bertinelli ("One Day at a Time"), Jane Leeves ("Frasier") and Wendie Malick ("Just Shoot Me, Dream On"). When a Paris-bound airplane carrying the single women makes an emergency landing in Cleveland, they decide to settle in the Ohio city, where they meet caretaker Elka Ostrovsky, played by White.
Shatner recently stopped by Denver Comic Con to perform a reading of the children’s classic, “Where The Wild Things Are.” He also has hosted screenings of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" and offered his opinion in various interviews on "Star Trek: Into Darkness" -- the latest entry in the reboot of the Star Trek franchise helmed by acclaimed sci-fi director JJ Abrams.