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CBS releases trailers for Murphy Brown, FBI, Happy Together, God Friended Me and The Neighborhood

Five trailers have arrived online for CBS’ Fall 2018 shows which includes the Murphy Brown revival, Dick Wolf’s latest drama series FBI, comedy series Happy Together, comedy drama God Friended Me, and sitcom The Neighborhood; watch them here…

See Also: CBS unveils first trailer for Magnum, P.I. reboot starring Jay Hernandez

Multiple Emmy Award winners Candice Bergen and series creator Diane English reunite for Murphy Brown, the revival of the groundbreaking comedy about the eponymous broadcast news legend and her biting take on current events, now in a world of 24-hour cable, social media, “fake news” and a vastly different political climate. Amid a divided nation, chaotic national discourse and rampant attacks on the press, Murphy returns to the airwaves with her original Fyi team: lifestyle reporter Corky Sherwood, investigative journalist Frank Fontana and producer Miles Silverberg. Murphy’s son, Avery, shares his mother’s competitive spirit and quick wit,
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The ‘Fyi’ gang is back together — at a new show — in the first ‘Murphy Brown’ revival trailer [Watch]

“You missed us. You know you did.” CBS released a first look at the “Murphy Brown” revival Wednesday — and guess what? The “Fyi” gang is no longer at “Fyi.”

Instead, Murphy (Candice Bergen), Corky (Faith Ford), Frank (Joe Regalbuto) and Miles (Grant Shaud) are now working at a morning news show, launched in the wake of Donald Trump’s presidency. Quick drinking game while you watch the trailer: Take a shot at every Trump dig, new and old.

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Murphy sees it as her civic duty to combat “this crazy new world of alternative facts and fake news,” even though the media game has drastically changed since her “Fyi” days. Don’t worry, that’s what the new guy is for. Nik Dodani plays Pat Patel, the social media director who will “bring all the olds into the 21st century” and
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CBS Reveals 2018-19 Schedule

CBS unveiled its 2018-2019 primetime lineup on Wednesday. It features three new comedies, five new dramas and the return of the critically acclaimed Murphy Brown. The new series will join 24 returning hits to build on the success of the most-watched broadcast network.

The five new shows for fall include two comedies, The Neighborhood starring Cedric the Entertainer and Happy Together starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West. The three dramas are Magnum P.I., a modern take on the classic series starring Jay Hernandez and Perdita Weeks; from Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, FBI, starring Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki; and the humorous and uplifting God Friended Me, starring Brandon Micheal Hall and Violett Beane. In addition, the groundbreaking comedy Murphy Brown returns, starring original cast members Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud.

CBS Television Network 2018-2019 Primetime Schedule

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Action-Packed First Trailer For The Magnum P.I. Reboot

I'll be honest, I wasn't too thrilled about CBS rebooting Magnum P.I. They cast Jay Hernandez in the role of Thomas Magnum and even though he's no Tom Selleck, this series actually looks like it could be good! This first trailer is certainly action-packed!

I also included trailers for the upcoming CBS series FBI and the Murphy Brown reboot in case you're interested in watching those. Check out the trailer and let us know if any of these shows interest you. Does Magnum P.I. look better than what you expected?

Magnum P.I.

Magnum P.I. is a modern take on the classic series starring Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum, a decorated former Navy Seal who, upon returning home from Afghanistan, repurposes his military skills to become a private investigator. A charming rogue, an American hero and a die-hard Detroit Tigers fan, Magnum has Juliet Higgins and her Dobermans to keep him in line,
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Murphy Brown: CBS Sitcom Revival to Revolve Around Morning Cable Show

What's in store for the new Murphy Brown? New details have emerged about the upcoming CBS TV show reboot, Deadline reports.As reported earlier, CBS has ordered 13 episodes for a Murphy Brown reboot. The sitcom originally premiered in 1988 and starred Candice Bergen as the titular Murphy Brown, a recovering alcoholic and investigative journalist who returns to host the fictional TV news program, Fyi. The cast also included Faith Ford, Pat Corley, Charles Kimbrough, and Lily Tomlin. The show ran on CBS for 10 seasons before ending in 1998.Read More…
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CBS Trailers: Our Knee-Jerk Reactions to Magnum P.I., Damon Wayans Jr.'s Happy Together and More New Shows

CBS on Wednesday unveiled its fall 2018 schedule, along with previews for its upcoming series, including a reboot of Magnum P.I. and the Damon Wayans Jr. sitcom Happy Together.

Here at TVLine, we immediately jumped at the chance to screen each trailer — which you can also do by clicking here — and we’re ready to divulge our totally unfiltered, brutally honest snap judgments. (Fyi: Trailers for midseason entries The Code, Fam and The Red Line have not yet been made available to anyone — not even us. What’s more, The Neighborhood trailer is comprised of footage from the original pilot
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Watch Trailers for CBS’ New Fall TV shows: ‘Murphy Brown,’ ‘FBI’ and ‘The Neighborhood’ (Videos)

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We hope you’re not tired of trailers, as at its upfront presentation at Carnegie Hall on Wednesday, CBS unveiled the first look at its upcoming series for next season.

Below, our readers can check out the official previews and descriptions for all of CBS’ new shows, including its “Murphy Brown” revival, “The Neighborhood,” (pictured) “Happy Together” and “F.B.I.

To find out when you can watch these shows, check out the schedule here.

Also Read: CBS Exec on 'Murphy Brown' Reboot Ratings: 'I'm Not Sure We'll Get 'Roseanne' Numbers'

“Murphy Brown”

In a revival of the 1988 sitcom, Murphy Brown (Candice Bergen) returns to a world of cable news, social media, fake news and a very different political and cultural climate.

The cast includes Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto, Grant Shaud, Jake McDorman and Nik Dodani

Original series creator Diane English will write and executive produce.
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‘The Big Bang Theory’ Won’t Necessarily End This Upcoming Year, As CBS Aims For More Seasons

‘The Big Bang Theory’ Won’t Necessarily End This Upcoming Year, As CBS Aims For More Seasons
The Big Bang Theory” isn’t over yet, if CBS has any say in the matter. The smash half-hour sitcom is renewed through this upcoming season, the show’s 12th, but the Eye network is already looking to negotiate more.

The show, which ended Season 11 on a huge note with the wedding of Sheldon and Amy, remains a juggernaut for CBS. There have been plenty of indications that this season may be the show’s last — but CBS isn’t ready to say goodbye.

“As long as [executive producer] Chuck [Lorre] and his team think they have stories to tell, we would certainly hope to get a few more years out of it,” said CBS Entertainment senior executive vice president Thom Sherman. “It’s not slowing down. It has zero loss from a year ago.”

The network will air its “Murphy Brown” revival on Thursdays at 9:30 p.m., rather than on Mondays,
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CBS Fall Schedule: ‘Murphy Brown’ Booked for Thursdays, ‘Magnum Pi’ on Mondays

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CBS unveiled its Fall 2018 TV schedule early Wednesday morning, which is packed with premieres for the Eye’s newly-ordered revivals and reboots, like “Murphy Brown” and “Magnum P.I.,” and longtime network hits, like “NCIS,” “Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon.”

While the new iteration of the ’80s detective drama is landing a Monday time slot, the return of Candice Bergen’s ’90s sitcom grabbed a spot on Thursday’s primetime block behind “Mom.”

Ahead of the Jay Hernandez-led “Magnum P.I.,” are new comedies “The Neighborhood” and “Happy Together” airing between 8-9 p.m. “Magnum” will drive in at 9 p.m. and be followed by “Bull,” moving over from its old spot on the following weeknight.

Also Read: Fall TV 2018: Every Broadcast Show Canceled, Renewed and Ordered So Far (Updating)

Now taking over Tuesdays is Dick Wolf-backed “FBI” will hit on Tuesdays at 9, to get a huge
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Will the ‘Murphy Brown’ revival earn Tyne Daly a seventh Emmy?

Will the ‘Murphy Brown’ revival earn Tyne Daly a seventh Emmy?
Is a seventh Emmy in the cards for Tyne Daly? The six-time champ has joined the cast of CBS’ upcoming “Murphy Brown” revival, putting her in the running to move up on the all-time performance winners list.

Daly will play Phyllis, the sister of departed bar owner Phil from the sitcom’s original run. Pat Corley, who played Phil, passed away in 2006 at 76. Phyllis has taken over the bar and, as CBS describes, “it’s evident that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

An Emmy favorite, Daly has won six trophies — four for her lead role on “Cagney & Lacey,” one each for her supporting turns on “Christy” and “Judging Amy” — tying her for third place for winningest performers alongside Art Carney, Carl Reiner and Tim Conway. A seventh win would tie her for second place with Ed Asner, Mary Tyler Moore and Allison Janney. Cloris Leachman
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‘Murphy Brown’ Revival Casts Tyne Daly as Pat Corley’s Sister

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CBS’ revival of “Murphy Brown” has added “Cagney & Lacey” star Tyne Daly, it was announced on Thursday.

The six-time Emmy winner will play Phyllis, the sister of the beloved, deceased bar owner Phil from the original series, steping in for Pat Corley, who passed away in 2006. In the upcoming 10th season, Phyllis has taken over the bar and is a friend and confidant to Murphy and the gang.

“Murphy Brown” is set to return next season, 30 years after its original premiere, with Candice Bergen reprising her role as the titular broadcast journalist in a world of cable news, social media, fake news and a very different political and cultural climate.

Also Read: 'Murphy Brown:' Jake McDorman to Play Candice Bergen's Son on CBS Reboot

As previously announced, original cast members Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud will reprise their roles, with Charles Kimbrough expected to return as a guest star.

In addition to Daly, other newcomers to the series will include “Limitless” star Jake McDorman as Murphy Brown’s son and “Atypical’s” Nik Dodani as the “Fyi” team’s social media director, Pat.

Warner Bros. Television, producers of the original series, will produce the new multi-camera comedy with original creator Diane English serving as writer/executive producer through her Bend in the Road Productions banner. Bergen will also be an executive producer.

Read original story ‘Murphy Brown’ Revival Casts Tyne Daly as Pat Corley’s Sister At TheWrap
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Murphy Brown: Tyne Daly Joins CBS Revival in Pivotal Role

Murphy Brown: Tyne Daly Joins CBS Revival in Pivotal Role
Tyne Daly has been recruited to ‘Phil’ a massive void in CBS’ forthcoming Murphy Brown revival. The Emmy-winning TV legend is joining the 13-episode continuation as the new owner of local watering hole Phil’s and a confidante to Murphy (Candice Bergen) and the gang.

The Cagney & Lacey vet succeeds the late Pat Corley, who played the bar’s namesake in the original series. (Corley died in 2006, eight years after Murphy Brown‘s 1998 series finale.)

Daly’s character, Phyllis, is Phil’s sister, who assumed control of the bar following his death. According to CBS, “It’s evident that the
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‘Murphy Brown’ Revival Adds Tyne Daly as Bar Owner Phil’s Sister

‘Murphy Brown’ Revival Adds Tyne Daly as Bar Owner Phil’s Sister
Tyne Daly has joined the cast of the “Murphy Brown” revival at CBS.

Daly will play Phyllis, the sister of the beloved bar owner Phil, played in the originaly series Pat Corley, who passed away in 2006. It’s evident with Phyllis that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. She has taken over the bar and is a friend and confidant to Murphy and the gang.

Daly has won six Emmys throughout her storied career, including four for playing one of the co-leads in the female cop drama “Cagney & Lacey.” Coincidentally, CBS has also ordered a pilot
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'Murphy Brown' Revival Adds Tyne Daly

Tyne Daly is returning to CBS — and no, not on the network's potential reboot of Cagney & Lacey.

The Emmy-winning actress has boarded the upcoming revival of Murphy Brown, joining previous castmembers Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud.

Daly is playing a new character but a familiar role. The actress will portray Phyllis, sister of departed bar owner Phil from the original run. Phil, played by the late Pat Corley, was a fixture for the bulk of Murphy Brown's run. Like Phil, Phyllis will be a barkeep and has replaced her...
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Murphy Brown: First Look at the Reunited Cast of the CBS Sitcom

What does the cast of Murphy Brown look like now? Recently, Candice Bergen posted a photo of the cast reuniting for CBS' upcoming reboot series, Deadline reports.As reported earlier, CBS has ordered 13 episodes for a Murphy Brown reboot. The sitcom originally premiered in 1988 and starred Bergen as the titular Murphy Brown, a recovering alcoholic and investigative journalist who returns to host the fictional TV news program, Fyi. The cast also included Faith Ford, Pat Corley, Charles Kimbrough, and Lily Tomlin. The show ran on CBS for 10 seasons before ending in 1998.Read More…
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Here’s your first look at the ‘Murphy Brown’ revival [Photo]

Here’s your first look at the ‘Murphy Brown’ revival [Photo]
The “Fyi” gang is back together again. Candice Bergen has shared the first photo from the set of CBS’ upcoming “Murphy Brown” revival on Instagram. The shot features Bergen with returning stars Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud, along with newcomer Nik Dodani, and writer and creator Diane English.

“Murphy Brown…together again,” Bergen captioned the post. “Coming to your neighborhood TV in the fall. Just in time…”

Conspicuously absent from the photo is Jake McDorman, who will play the adult version of Murphy Brown’s son, Avery, who’s following in his mom’s journalistic footsteps.

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In January, CBS joined the revival craze and picked up the sitcom for a 13-episode installment, set to premiere next season. The original series, following Bergen’s titular investigative reporter at the fictional “Fyi” newsmagazine, premiered 30 years ago and ran for 10 seasons.
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‘Murphy Brown’ Revival: Candice Bergen & Cast Reunite In First Photo

The gang is back together again. The cast of CBS’ upcoming Murphy Brown revival has reunited and we’re seeing them for the first time. Star Candice Bergen posted the photo Thursday night on Instagram with a caption reading “Murphy Brown…together again. Coming to your neighborhood TV in the fall. Just in time…” Check it out below and compare to the vintage cast photo above. Pictured in the photo are Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto, Grant Shaud, returning writer and…
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Murphy Brown Revival First Look: The Cast Reunites!

We're still shocked to the core that Murphy Brown is the latest show to be returning to the air.

Just kidding: We wouldn't be surprised to hear that a revival of Scandal is being eyed for 2018-2019 at this stage.

With the current wave of revivals and reboots in the works, it's only a matter of time before every single show from several years ago gets a second chance at life.

CBS confirmed earlier this year the classic sitcom will be back for new episodes this fall.

The good thing about all of it is that it will be a continuation with the same characters and most of the same cast members.

Related: Murphy Brown Revival Ordered at CBS!

That means the likes of Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud will be reprising their roles.

Bergen hit up Instagram on Friday morning to share the first group photo of the cast,
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Murphy Brown Revival Cast Assembles for First Look at CBS Comedy's Return

Fyi: Consider this your unofficial first look at CBS’ upcoming Murphy Brown revival.

Several cast members from the original series, as well as newcomer Nik Dodani and creator Diane English, assembled Thursday night, offering a hint of what we can expect when the sitcom returns this fall — exactly 20 years after wrapping its successful (18 Emmys!) run on the Eye Network. The revival, airing sometime this fall, has been ordered for 13 episodes.

In addition to star Candice Bergen, who first posted the group shot, Og cast members Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud are also pictured. One noticeably absent cast member is Jake McDorman,
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Candice Bergen Shares First 'Murphy Brown' Reboot Cast Photo — See the Adorable Pic!

There have been a lot of reboots announced in the past year, but this one might just be the most exciting yet! In late January, CBS announced that they ordered a 13-episode reboot of the classic sitcom Murphy Brown — and now, the show's star, Candice Bergen, has shared the first revival cast photo. "Murphy Brown... together again. Coming to your neighborhood TV in the fall. Just in time," the 71-year-old actress captioned the group snapshot on Instagram. Variety previously reported that Candice (who played titular character Murphy Brown), Faith Ford (Corky Sherwood-Forest), Joe Regalbuto (Frank Fontana), and Grant Shaud (Miles Silverberg) will all reprise their original roles on the upcoming reboot. At this time, it's still unclear whether Charles Kimbrough (Jim Dial) will be returning for the updated series. Newcomers Jake McDorman (playing Murphy's adult son, Avery) and Nik Dodani (as Pat, the news program's director of social media) have also joined the cast.
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