Although not yet officially canceled, "Code Black" or "Ransom" were not mentioned in the CBS plans for the fall or midseason. America's Most Watched Network announced this morning that it will be adding 8 new shows and will be bringing back the critically acclaimed series "Murphy Brown". Starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West, this show features a happily married couple in their 30s who attempt to connect with their younger, cooler selves. See the network's full new schedule.
The Neighborhood stars Cedric the Entertainer, Max Greenfield (New Girl), and Tichina Arnold, and is about what happens when "the friendliest guy in the Midwest" (Greenfield) moves his family to a neighborhood in Los Angeles and tries to fit in a place where, as CBS puts it, "not everybody looks like him".
The new Magnum P.I. and the old (er) Murphy Brown will join a schedule that already includes reboots MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0, and S.W.A.T.More news: When is Ramadan 2018? Muslims Set To Begin Holy Month Of Fasting
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Speaking of dramas, CBS will be unveiling a new series on Sunday nights called "God Friended Me".
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