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Trailers for 'The Neighborhood,' 'Magnum PI' and more new CBS series

17 May 2018, 01:22 | Myron Mathis

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The original series aired for 10 years on CBS, from 1988 to 1998, and received 62 Emmy nominations with 18 wins and 15 Golden Globe nominations with three wins.

Someone in the room noted the similarity between the morning rivalry between Morning Joe and Fox & Friends, and CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl called that a "good comparison".

Five news shows will debut on CBS this fall and two shows will feature comedy stars.

Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad) steps into the role of Thomas Magnum, which was played by Tom Selleck in the original.

CBS has a remake ("Magnum P.I."), a revival ("Murphy Brown") and four new shows on its schedule for fall 2018.

Another CBS reboot, a new version of the 1980s detective series Magnum P.I.


CBS has always been one of the most successful networks in terms of ratings because they know their audience. The show centers around the story of a Midwest man who moves his family to a neighborhood in Los Angeles where not everyone looks like him or appreciates his friendliness.

On Tuesday nights, viewers will be treated to a brand new drama called "FBI".

An "outspoken atheist" (Brandon Micheal Hall, "The Mayor") when he gets a social media friend request from God.

Another new CBS fall drama, which will air 8-9 Sunday, is "God Friended Me".

To make way for these newcomers, CBS dumped such veterans shows as "Scorpion" (with former Clevelander Robert Patrick) and "Kevin Can Wait". The dramas are: "The Red Line", starring Noah Wyle and following three vastly different Chicago families whose lives intersect after the mistaken shooting of an African-American doctor by a white cop; and "The Code", with Mira Sorvino having top billing in a drama about the Marine Corps' Judge Advocate Division.



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