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Around the remote: Chuck Barney’s TV and streaming picks for Sept. 23-29

DON'T MISS: "Murphy Brown" – More than 30 new and returning shows will launch their seasons this week and there isn't room to list them all here. But we'll certainly take time to welcome back an old friend. After 20 years off the air, this iconic sitcom returns to prime time as Candice Bergen and most of the original cast reprise their roles. The reboot has a bored Murphy coming out of retirement to launch a roundtable cable TV news program. (9:30 p.m. Thursday, CBS).

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‘The Resident’ takes a different look at the medical world

Matt Czuchry is talking as loudly as he can to be heard over the din of music and people talking at a party being thrown by Fox to promote the 2018-2019 fall TV season. He's part of that lineup through his medical drama, "The Resident," that has been given a second season order.

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‘Magnum P.I.’ latest reboot for CBS

LOS ANGELES – The game plan for CBS of embracing the idea that everything old is new again continues with the launch of an updated version of "Magnum P.I." If you are keeping score the one-hour detective drama set in Hawaii joins new versions of "MacGyver," "Hawaii 5-0" and "S.W.A.T." already on the network lineup. (It's not a revamped version but "Murphy Brown" also returns to the network after a two decade hiatus.)

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‘Murphy Brown’ ready to take on new political wars

The last episode of Murphy Brown that aired in 1998 was titled "Never Can Say Goodbye." It sounded like nothing more than a sweet way for the CBS comedy to end its 10-year run, but turned out to be very prophetic. After an extended absence from television (that would be two decades), "Murphy Brown" returns with most of the original cast reprising their roles.

The best celebrity cameos of Super Bowl 51 commercials

Super Bowl 51 commercials had laughs, politics, and special effects. Did you spot some of the biggest celebrities who appeared in the most expensive commercials of the year?