The acclaimed series "Murphy Brown" is back, targeting President Trump: “We’re taking on this world of alternative facts and fake news.”
The six-time Emmy winner will play Phyllis, the sister of the beloved, deceased bar owner Phil from the original series.
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.
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.
Netflix recently invited children of the ‘80s and ‘90s to take a warm nostalgia bath by launching Fuller House, the two-decades-in-the-making sequel series to the TGIF sitcom staple, Full House. While critics weren’t kind, fans took to social media to express their thrill at spending more time with the Tanner family. Coming on the heels of Fox’s highly-rated X-Files relaunch, the positive reaction for Fuller House bodes well for planned reboots of other previously-cancelled favorites like MacGyver and Gilmore Girls. Here are five series that deserve to remain undisturbed, as well as the worst case scenario for each should they return from the TV graveyard. Related: ‘Fuller House’ Showdown: D.J. and Kimmy Play ‘Who Said It?’ Family Ties (NBC, 1982-1989) Why We Love the Original: While the oh-so-‘80s clothes, hairstyles, and attitudes make Family Ties seem as much of a period piece as Downton Abbey these days, the Keaton clan remains the portrait-perfect model of a sitcom family.