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The continued trend of Revivals continues as CBS has ordered 13 episodes for their classic Sitcom Murphy Brown which will bring back actress Candice Bergen and series creator Diane English.

The Series, which ran from 1988 to 1998 picks up in the present day

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Faith Ford (Corky Sherwood), Joe Regalbuto (Frank Fontana) and Grant Shaud (Miles Silverberg) have all signed up to reprise their roles from the original series

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Jake McDorman has been cast to play, Avery Brown, Murphy's now adult son. Avery will be following in his mother's footsteps and is a millennial journalist.

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Tyne Daly will be appearing in the series, playing Phyllis, the sister of the beloved bar owner Phil, who is now deceased. Phyllis has taken over the bar and is a friend and confidant to Murphy and the others.

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From TV Line:

The Emmy-winning CBS comedy returns to primetime for the first time since 1998… but it’s not still stuck in the Bill Clinton era. The new episodes, which find Murphy and her old FYI pals working at a 24-hour cable news network, will take inspiration from the latest political headlines, creator Diane English promises: “We’ve always been a political show with something to say… we have the ability to go in and pop in something extremely topical.” (That includes a #MeToo-themed episode, slated to run in October.) The new cast members include Tyne Daly as Phyllis, the new proprietor of Phil’s Bar, and Jake McDorman (Limitless) as Murphy’s now-adult son Avery, who serves as “the liberal voice on the Wolf Network,” the show’s sly take on Fox News. Plus, look out for a cameo from “an enormously famous person in our first episode,” English hints.

BONUS SPOILER!: Charles Kimbrough, who played comically stiff anchor Jim Dial on the show’s original run, isn’t a regular cast member on the revival, but he will appear in three episodes as a guest star. Jim is now “a retired newsman,” English reveals, “but he does find a compelling reason to return to the gang for a short period of time.”

RETURN DATE: Thursday, Sept. 27 at 9:30/8:30c (CBS)

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