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The reboot will include cast members Nik Dodani, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto, and Grant Shaud. Stephen Hill plays TC.

In this first-look teaser for the upcoming revival season, we get reintroduced to the beloved cast of reporters, anchors and personalities that once made up the investigative TV news series FYI, during Murphy Brown's original run. See the network's full new schedule.

And remember that CBS passed on a reboot of "Cagney and Lacey" with Sarah Drew and Michelle Hurd.

As it unveils its new series, CBS welcomes you to the TV of 2018, which is really just the TV of 30 years ago.

The CBS enthusiasm for a "Murphy Brown" redux undoubtedly was fueled by the success of comedy revivals at ABC ("Roseanne") and NBC ("Will & Grace").

The latter stars Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West as a married couple who reconnect with their youth when they let a pop star obsessed with their ordinary suburban life move in with them.

Voters have their say: It's primary day in Oregon
Among the Democrats are Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, who carried the district in his losing 2016 campaign against Republican U.S. The Democratic ballot in the 2nd District includes Hank Linderman, Brian Pedigo, Rane Eir Olivia Sessions and Grant Short.

Dick Wolf has expanded his empire onto a new network with FBI, which depicts the intense goings-on of the NY branch of the titular Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Another new CBS fall drama, which will air 8-9 Sunday, is "God Friended Me".

On Tuesdays, Bull's former berth between NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans will be filled by Federal Bureau of Investigation, a new procedural from University of Pennsylvania grad Dick Wolf, who also has four shows on NBC this fall: Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, Chicago P.D. The show is being produced by Emmy Award victor Dick Wolf and the team behind the "Law & Order" franchise.

The alpha and omega comes to social media in order to mess with the life of a famous atheist in CBS's new hour-long drama.

Midseason will bring the comedy "Fam", starring Tone Bell, and "The Red Line" from producers Ava DuVernay ("Selma", "Queen Sugar") and Greg Berlanti, about the mistaken shooting of an African-American doctor by a white police officer. That's why "Murphy Brown" is getting a supportive Thursday berth, airing after established comedy hits including "The Big Bang Theory" and "Mom".


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