To help you accomplish your 2018 TV goals in 2019, Yahoo Entertainment has assembled this handy guide to the highs and lows of the year in television. Better get binging!
Candice Bergen and Faith Ford said they, as well as other women on the set, teared up when they met Hillary Clinton.
<em><strong>Snapshot, updated with finals</strong></em> <em><strong>:</strong> New-ish series premiere: CBS'</em> Murphy Brown <em>(1.1 in 18-49 Live+Same Day rating, 7.5 million viewers); </em> <em>Returning series premieres: All series down year-to-year, most equaled or hit new series lows. </em> Yesterday was a day unlike any other. After more than eight hours of gripping TV, with a large portion of the nation glued to their screens to follow the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearing, some kept their TVs on the cable news networks, whose…
“Murphy Brown” returned to television on Thursday, with the CBS sitcom revival drawing mediocre numbers in the overnight ratings. Airing at 9:30 p.m., “Murphy Brown” averaged a 1.1 rating in adults 18-49 and 7.4 million viewers. By comparison, the revival of “Roseanne” on ABC stunned Hollywood with a 5.2 rating and 18.4 million viewers earlier […]
Tim Allen's sitcom "Last Man Standing" gets picked up by Fox after being axed by ABC and wears its conservative politics proudly.
With Jay Hernandez as a Latinx lead, and a woman as Higgins, does CBS's reboot amount to anything more than "Magnum P.C."?
From brand-new series to the latest versions of well-known hits, Ken Tucker picks 10 fall TV shows or events that he's most looking forward to.
The acclaimed series "Murphy Brown" is back, targeting President Trump: “We’re taking on this world of alternative facts and fake news.”
There's no greater surprise on a TV comedy than when a character sings and it's a) actually good and b) disarmingly touching. Add "Schitt's Creek" to the list of shows that do it well.
Corky, Frank and Miles will be returning to "Murphy Brown," CBS's revival of the 1988 sitcom.
CBS has given 13-episode series order to a revival of the 1988 sitcom with its creator Diane English and star Candice Bergen both set to return.
Diane English, Candice Bergen, writer Korby Siamis, and director Barnet Kellman look back at how Dan Quayle made 'Murphy Brown' national news 25 years ago.
On "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen," "Murphy Brown" star Candice Bergen discussed the date she went on with Donald Trump.
2016 was a banner year for TV revivals, as such beloved series as Full House, Gilmore Girls, and The X-Files climbed out of the cancellation graveyard to once more consume their fans’ brains and eyeballs. The 10-episode revival will reunite the entire original cast, including Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally, along with legendary director James Burrows. It’s hard not to be tickled at the thought of catching up with Will and Grace after 17 years, in the same way that spending time with Mulder and Scully and Lorelei and Rory tickled the nostalgia bone.
Scott Bakula’s TV career has spanned 30 years, and when the NCIS: New Orleans star stopped by our studio, we asked him to reminisce about some of our favorite roles.