The onslaught of classic sitcom revivals continues. Next on the factory floor is none other than Murphy Brown, as CBS is putting together an official reunion series with original star Candice Bergen and creator Diane English.
New Orleans is one of my favorite places. I love the quarter, the River Walk and other sections of the city. The city's rich history fascinates me. The sad new is that New Orleans also has a high crime rate and CBS will now take advantage of that fact with NCIS New Orleans.
In the past you had to have the NFL Network to watch Thursday night football. That meant a trip to the sports bar for me when the Saints played on Thursday nights. Next year the games will be on broadcast TV on CBS. I will watch them in my recliner. My guess would be that the advertisers did not like the size of the NFL Network audience and started pulling advertising schedules. CBS also probably
On a day when movies and TV alike confront a bit of self-doubt in over-stuffing superhero films and retreading major classics, this industry is nothing, if not consistent. Next up for the remake treatment is Neil Simon classic 'The Odd Couple' for CBS, starring perennial 'Friends' castoff Matthew Perry, and another to be named later!
Iconic cinema classic 'The Wizard of Oz' has spawned numerous TV attempts, everything from the Sci-Fi channel's 'Tin Man,' to Syfy's 'Warriors of Oz,' to a 'Game of Thrones'-style 'Red Brick Road' and even 'Once Upon A Time,' so what's next? Why, CBS medical drama 'Dorothy' of course! It makes perfect sense! Summon the TV-maker people, guys, we're serial!