Saturday, July 28, 2018

TRAILER & CAST PHOTOS FOR AUTUMN RETURN OF 'MURPHY BROWN' WITH CANDICE BERGEN, FAITH FORD AND CO! 'LAST MAN STANDING' 7TH SEASON RETURN TEASER WITH TIM ALLEN, NANCY TRAVIS AND A FOX!

  'MURPHY BROWN' TRAILER
MURPHY'S CREW IS BACK!
Continuing our presentation of new multicam sitcoms coming to the small screens this Autumn, today you can check out new photos and trailer for the return of MURPHY BROWN which comes back to CBS September 27th with new episodes decades after the original series was ended!
MURPHY HAS A SON! 
The revival of the ground-breaking comedy about the eponymous broadcast news legend and her biting take on current events, now in a world of 24-hour cable, social media, and a vastly different political climate will see Candice
Jake McDorman will play Candice Bergen's son in the new episodes
Bergen taking the lead which made her famous. Amid a divided nation and chaotic national discourse Murphy decides to return to the airwaves and recruits her FYI team: lifestyle reporter Corky Sherwood (Faith Ford), investigative journalist Frank Fontana (Joe Regalbuto), and her former
Faith Ford and Grant Shaud also return to the news business
wunderkind news producer Miles Silverberg (Grant Shaud). Joining them is social media director Pat Patel, who is tasked with bringing Murphy and the team into the 21st century. Murphy's millennial son, Avery (Jake McDorman), shares his mother's competitive spirit and quick wit, and is
Joe Regalbuto returns, the series will have a bar owner too in the cast
following in her journalistic footsteps — perhaps too closely. The team still lets off steam at Phil's Bar, now run by his sister, Phyllis. Now back in the game, Murphy is determined to draw the line between good television and honest reporting, proving that the world needs Murphy Brown now more than ever.



  'LAST MAN STANDING' TRAILER
 I THINK I'VE SEEN A FOX!
Another beloved classic that returns victorious to TV after a year and a half long political exile from ABC, LAST MAN STANDING has a rather
Mike Baxter returns September 28th! On Fox!
delightful teaser announcing its move to Fox where it will start airing its brand new seventh season September 28th, Friday! Tim Allen returns as Mike Baxter, a sole man in the house with a wife and three daughters.  Beside Allen and Nancy Travis as his wife, most of the old cast returns from Amanda Fuller, Christoph Sanders, Jordan Masterson, Jonathan Adams, to Hector Elizondo. There are news that Molly Ephraim and Flynn Morrison, who played Mandy and Boyd, will not be returning. But I also heard that Eve, who has gone to air force academy, will be back but only as occasional guest star. Mandy will be
LMS ruled Friday evenings for six years and it returns to Friday evenings
recast. Which means that Mike has married off two of his daughters and sent the youngest to college, so he can now enjoy his wife alone in the house in their empty nest :) The Baxters will be joined, though, by a foreign exchange student from China!

10 comments:

  1. I can't wait for LMS! Television hasn't been the same since ABC pulled it.

    I'm sure my mom will be glued to Murphy Brown when it comes back. She did love that show way back in the day.

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    1. I'm excited to find out if it will be even better now that it is on Fox and ABC won't be able to dictate the plots. The sixth season was the weakest, you could easily see he was pressured by ABC to tone it down.
      I expect Murphy Brown, on the other hand, to be, maybe, overly political?

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    2. Hopefully, if Murphy Brown does get political, they cater to both sides equally like LMS did. I think that's why LMS worked. It showed a family could have different political views, but discuss it without getting nasty and vile with each other.

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    3. I don't think Murphy would go conservative, I think the sitcom was brought back exactly as a liberal tool against Trumpism. We shall see, but I think it will be like Will And Grace, extremely, almost violently anticonservative. The very premise promises that.
      Roseanne was the same as LMS, which is why I think it would break ratings records if he would bring Rosie as his new neighbour who was betrayed by her daughters and husband and she came living in Detroit :)

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    4. That would be such a fun way to stick it to the execs at ABC! But now that Disney owns FOX, we can probably expect a lot more anti-conservative shows popping up.

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    5. Sadly, yes. They've already started that vicious attack on the head of CBS... gotta clear up all the rivals I guess....

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  2. The original Murphy Brown was a very highly ranked sitcom, with a lot of Emmys and so.
    Now, the media scene is deeply changed, at least in my part of the world. Here, people have become very suspicious of journalists in general, and of investigating journalists in particular. The expression "fake news" is already strongly rooted in the daily vocabulary.
    Anyway, Good Luck to Candice Bergen and her colleagues!

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    1. yes, the truth no longer exists, sadly, both yours and mine country have been the victims of fake news so many times I've lost count.

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  3. *waves* as spaceship touches down...

    I never watch television anymore, but I did like Candice Bergen in Murphy Brown back in the day.

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    1. OMG you totally forgot me... and lil' Dezzy thought you lurved him....
      I threw my telly out of the palace three years ago myself! The best mental enema evah!

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)