The Candice Bergen-starring series returns this fall. Take a look at trailers for the new shows below. See the network's full new schedule.
Bergen's long-beloved character anchored a primetime news show in the original iteration of Murphy Brown, so it's a good thing she's had adequate time to adjust her sleep schedule.
Real Madrid back FIFA's plans for 24-team Club World Cup
Or would they just treat the tournament as a pre-season warm up to get their players ready for the domestic season? The tournaments could be approved at a FIFA Council meeting in Moscow in June.
The new comedies are "The Neighborhood", about a white family moving into a black neighborhood, and "Happy Together", which focuses on a pop star taking up residence in a young couple's spare room. Executive producer Dick Wolf's new crime drama is set in NY and stars Jeremy Sisto, Zeeko Zaki, Missy Peregrym and Connie Nielsen.
A procedural from "Law & Order" producer Dick Wolf and writer Craig Turk ("The Good Wife") set at the bureau's NY office.
The CBS reboot of "Murphy Brown" will feature a new challenge for the famous sitcom character - her conservative son.
Russian company attacks Mueller indictment as baseless
Manafort is charged with tax and bank fraud connected to his lobbying work for the Ukrainian government and pro-Russia interests in Ukraine.
Speaking of dramas, CBS will be unveiling a new series on Sunday nights called "God Friended Me". And that last one is actually exactly what it sounds like - an atheist accepts a friend request from God on Facebook and begins unintentionally helping others in need because of it. CBS explained it has similarities to Touched by an Angel, but in a more contemporary setting.
Returning later in the season will be "Elementary", "Instinct", "Life in Pieces", "Man With a Plan", "The Amazing Race" and "Celebrity Big Brother".
To make way for these newcomers, CBS dumped such veterans shows as "Scorpion" (with former Clevelander Robert Patrick) and "Kevin Can Wait".
A Tesla just towed a Qantas Dreamliner
Qantas , an Austrailian airliner organised the stunt to highlight its partnership with the Electric Vehicle maker, Tesla . The Tesla Model X SUV is strong enough to tow a Boeing 787 Dreamliner - and has set a new world record in the process.