LOS ANGELES (AP) — CBS’ “Murphy Brown” returns to TV this week after 20 years, and its creator says the sitcom is ready to “make some noise.”
Diane English says the 13-episode season will address issues including immigration, the midterm elections and the Me Too movement.READ MORE: Mohamed Noor Sentenced To 57 Months For Manslaughter In Justine Ruszczyk Damond’s Shooting Death
The revival stars Candice Bergen as Murphy, a former network TV journalist who’s now working on a cable news channel’s morning show.
Also back are original series cast members Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud.READ MORE: Burnsville City Council Votes Unanimously To Make Juneteenth An Official City Holiday
Jake McDorman is a newcomer, playing Murphy’s son, Avery, a reporter at a competing news channel.
“Murphy Brown” debuts 9:30 p.m. EDT Thursday on CBS.MORE NEWS: Minneapolis Ballot Guide: Controversial Public Safety Ballot Question
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