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‘Magnum Pi’ Reboot Ep Peter Lenkov Sets New Deal With CBS TV Studios

Peter Lenkov has signed a new multi-year deal with CBS Television Studios.

Lenkov is the executive producer behind a slew of CBS dramas, including reboots of “Hawaii Five-o,” “MacGyver,” and the recently-ordered “Magnum Pi.” Lenkov’s fourth series, the science fiction drama “Salvation,” returns for its second season this summer.

Under the deal, Lenkov will continue to serve as executive producer for all four dramas. Per CBS, Lenkov will also significantly expand his production company, 101st Street Entertainment, by developing new projects for broadcast, cable, and streaming services. Additionally, Lenkov named Sean Canino co-resident of 101st Street Entertainment.

Also Read: 'Hawaii Five-0' Boss Is 'Shocked' That Cast Exits Led to Criticism of Show's Diversity

“I have had a wonderful experience working with CBS Television Studios and am thrilled to continue my incredible relationship with them,” said Lenkov. “I am also very excited to launch the next chapter of 101st
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L.A. Screenings: 2018: What New Series Studios are Highlighting

  • Variety
It’s that time of year again when, after networks have announced their new fall schedule and new television season offerings overall at upfronts, the studios behind the shows present screenings of their hottest properties for the international television market.

Fox co-CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman may have boldly declared this year that they would be focusing on programming for the American marketplace — “As other networks are focused on monetizing ownerships of their shows, they need to program with an eye to the international market,” Walden said — but their’s is an outlier approach. All other nets are still developing with the overseas buyers in mind — as are studios who are monetizing through ownership.

Here, Variety lays out the new series priorities for eight studios at this year’s L.A. screenings.

CBS Studios Intl.

Emotional tales of extended families take top priority for CBS this year, including “A Million Little Things,
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Sheaun McKinney Joins Joe Carnahan’s ‘Boss Level’; McKinley Belcher Cast In ‘The Art Of Racing In The Rain’

Sheaun McKinney Joins Joe Carnahan’s ‘Boss Level’; McKinley Belcher Cast In ‘The Art Of Racing In The Rain’
Sheaun McKinney has been cast in Boss Level, joining Frank Grillo, Mel Gibson, Naomi Watts, and Ken Jeong. Joe Carnahan is directing the film, which was financed by Emmett/Furla/Oasis and recently picked up by Entertainment Studios to be released sometime next year. Written by Carnahan and Chris and Eddie Borey, the pic centers on Roy (Grillo), a retired Special Forces veteran who is trapped in a never-ending loop resulting in his death and must figure out who is responsible and stop them. McKinney will play Dave, a business college drone who meets Roy every day in Chef Jake’s (Jeong) Chinese restaurant. Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian produced the film with Randall Emmett and George Furla along with Carnahan and Grillo of War Party, and Scott Free. Jules Daly is the exec producer. McKinney, who co-stars with Cedric The Entertainer
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Fall TV: 7 Intriguing New Matchups, Like ‘Magnum Pi’ vs ‘9-1-1’ (Photos)

It’s not even summer yet and we’re already looking forward to fall. After all, that’s when the best TV shows come back on (and the oppressive heat subsides).

Much like you fans, we at TheWrap are dying to find out what happens next with our favorite small-screen characters. But we’ve also got an eye on another angle: What are the most intriguing new matchups?

Now that we knows the days and time slots for all new and returning broadcast primetime series, we’ve pinpointed seven battles worth watching.

Also Read: Here's the Complete Fall 2018 TV Schedule for All 5 Broadcast Networks

The CW (The CW) vs. Everybody

Sundays, 8-10 p.m.

Guess who’s coming to Sundays? For the first time in nine years, The CW is bringing back nationally programmed Sunday nights next season, when it will air “Supergirl” at 8 p.m. and the “Charmed” reboot at 9.

Welcome!
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CBS releases trailers for Murphy Brown, FBI, Happy Together, God Friended Me and The Neighborhood

Five trailers have arrived online for CBS’ Fall 2018 shows which includes the Murphy Brown revival, Dick Wolf’s latest drama series FBI, comedy series Happy Together, comedy drama God Friended Me, and sitcom The Neighborhood; watch them here…

See Also: CBS unveils first trailer for Magnum, P.I. reboot starring Jay Hernandez

Multiple Emmy Award winners Candice Bergen and series creator Diane English reunite for Murphy Brown, the revival of the groundbreaking comedy about the eponymous broadcast news legend and her biting take on current events, now in a world of 24-hour cable, social media, “fake news” and a vastly different political climate. Amid a divided nation, chaotic national discourse and rampant attacks on the press, Murphy returns to the airwaves with her original Fyi team: lifestyle reporter Corky Sherwood, investigative journalist Frank Fontana and producer Miles Silverberg. Murphy’s son, Avery, shares his mother’s competitive spirit and quick wit,
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Margot Kidder's Death at 69 Has Been 'Difficult' for Her Only Daughter

Margot Kidder's Death at 69 Has Been 'Difficult' for Her Only Daughter
Margot Kidder’s family is speaking out days after the death of the Superman actress at 69.

The first public statement from her family comes from Chad Franscoviak, husband to Kidder’s only child, Maggie McGuane, according to the Associated Press.

“On Mother’s Day, my wife, Maggie McGuane, was brought by the Park County Coroner and Livingston Police Department into her mother Margot Kidder’s home following her death,” the statement said. “The experience has been difficult for her and she is choosing not to make public comment until after the findings of the Park County Coroner’s office have been released.
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Here’s the Complete Fall 2018 TV Schedule for All 5 Broadcast Networks

Here’s the Complete Fall 2018 TV Schedule for All 5 Broadcast Networks
This week the five broadcast networks each unveiled their Fall 2018 TV schedules ahead of their upfront presentations, complete with new series orders and returning favorites.

The Tim Allen sitcom “Last Man Standing” has jumped ship from ABC to Fox, and while NBC salvaged “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” from Fox, fans will have to wait until midseason for that show’s sixth season return. CBS’s revival of “Murphy Brown” and “Magnum P.I.” hope to be an answer to the success of ABC’s “Roseanne” reboot, while the CW has a reboot of their own in the newly picked up series “Charmed.”

Some of the promising new shows include NBC’s comedy “I Feel Bad” getting the lead-in from “Will & Grace,” Lil Rel Howery’s Fox multi-cam sitcom “Rel” getting the lead-in from “Family Guy” on Sundays, and “The Kids Are All Right” scored a coveted lead-in from “Roseanne” over at ABC.
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Watch the CBS Fall 2018 Trailers: ‘Magnum P.I.,’ ‘Murphy Brown,’ ‘Happy Together,’ And More

Now it’s CBS’s turn to release its slate for the fall 2018 TV season, including a slew of trailers for the Magnum P.I. reboot, the Murphy Brown revival, and several promising dramas and comedies. Below, watch trailers for FBI, God Friended Me, Happy Together, and The Neighborhood. Magnum P.I. A mustache? That’s so ’80s. No, the most facial hair that this Magnum, […]

The post Watch the CBS Fall 2018 Trailers: ‘Magnum P.I.,’ ‘Murphy Brown,’ ‘Happy Together,’ And More appeared first on /Film.
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CBS Reveals 2018-19 Schedule

CBS unveiled its 2018-2019 primetime lineup on Wednesday. It features three new comedies, five new dramas and the return of the critically acclaimed Murphy Brown. The new series will join 24 returning hits to build on the success of the most-watched broadcast network.

The five new shows for fall include two comedies, The Neighborhood starring Cedric the Entertainer and Happy Together starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West. The three dramas are Magnum P.I., a modern take on the classic series starring Jay Hernandez and Perdita Weeks; from Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, FBI, starring Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki; and the humorous and uplifting God Friended Me, starring Brandon Micheal Hall and Violett Beane. In addition, the groundbreaking comedy Murphy Brown returns, starring original cast members Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud.

CBS Television Network 2018-2019 Primetime Schedule

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2018-2019 Broadcast Season Producers: Who Scored the Most New Shows?

  • Variety
2018-2019 Broadcast Season Producers: Who Scored the Most New Shows?
The 2018-2019 broadcast schedule is officially locked.

36 new shows have been ordered for next season (down slightly from 39 last year), with certain producers and their production banners locking down multiple projects across multiple networks. Greg Berlanti scored three new shows this year, the same number as Aaron Kaplan and Kapital Entertainment. Julie Plec, whose sole remaining CW series “The Originals” is poised to end this season, will stay on at the network with two new shows.

Here’s a look at which producers will be the busiest this coming season.

Aaron Kaplan (Kapital Entertainment) & Wendi Trilling (TrillTV)

Aaron Kaplan of Kapital Entertainment banner will have three new shows on the air next season: the ABC drama “A Million Little Things” and the CBS multi-cam comedies “The Neighborhood” and “Fam.”

A Million Little Things” follows a group of friends whose lives are thrown into disarray when one of them commits suicide.
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2018-2019 Upfront Studio Scorecard: Volume of New Scripted Series Drops as Biz Faces Big Transitions

  • Variety
The logline on the 2018-2019 network TV development season: A glamorous business in the throes of transition grapples with unseen forces of disruption and the empire-building ambitions of its alpha-executive leaders.

The major studios ended upfront week with fewer orders for scripted series from Big Four networks and CW compared to the past few years: 34 this year compared to 37 at this point last year. So far, enthusiasm among ad buyers and industry-ites for the new shows has been fairly muted, with none of the newcomers showcased during the week’s parade of programming presentations generating heat a la NBC’s “This Is Us” in 2016 or CBS’ “Young Sheldon” last year.

In a year of reboots, last-minute rescues and ownership concerns driving pickup and renewal decisions, it’s a tough time to be an independent studio. At the same time, co-production deals on shows that originated at other studios bolstered the
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The Neigborhood Trailer: Most Promising Comedy of the Season?

The Neighborhood looks like a hoot. 

CBS has released the first trailer for the series which stars Cedric the Entertainer, Max Greenfield, Tichina ArnoldSheaun McKinney, Marcel Spears, Dreama Walker and Hank Greenspan. 

The premise follows the Johnson family who moves to a deprived Los Angeles neighborhood and find themselves scrutinized because of how nice they appear to be. 

In the trailer alone, you can see Cedric's Calvin up in arms at the way Johnson family patriarch, Dave speaks to him. 

The trailer includes Josh Lawson as Dave Johnson, but there was a recast after the show landed a series order at CBS and New Girl's Max Greenfield will assume the role. 

If first impressions are everything, then The Neighborhood has a lot going for it. The cast alone is great, and most of them have roots in the world of comedy. 

The Neighborhood will be the new anchor
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CBS Fall lineup is looking pretty darn good

  • Cinelinx
Well at long last it’s the CBS upfronts, and they’ll be bringing us 9 new shows for the 2018-2019 season with 6 of them released in the fall and the others as mid-season replacements. For now, we’re just going to concentrate on Fall shows as we’ve done so far.

So, their Monday lineup brings us 3 new shows starting with, The Neighborhood. Cedric the Entertainer stars as an opinionated neighbor in a comedy about what happens when the friendliest guy in the Midwest moves his family to a neighborhood in Los Angeles where not everyone looks like him or appreciates his extreme neighborliness. When Dave Johnson (Max Greenfield) and his family arrive from Michigan, they’re unfazed that their new dream home is located in a community quite different from their small town. However, their opinionated next-door neighbor, Calvin Butler (Cedric the Entertainer), is wary of the newcomers, certain
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The CW Schedule: ‘Supergirl,’ ‘Charmed’ on Fall Sundays; ‘Jane,’ ‘iZombie’ to End in Midseason

The CW unveiled its fall 2018 TV schedule Thursday morning, which includes a brand new night: Sundays. To close the weekend and open the calendar week, The CW has set the returning “Supergirl” and its new “Charmed” reboot for 8 and 9 p.m., respectively.

Some other new highlights from the fall schedule include “Arrow” shooting to Mondays, new series “All-American” pairing with “Riverdale” on Wednesdays, and “Vampire Diaries”/”Originals” spinoff “Legacies” following “Supernatural” on Thursdays.

Additionally, the youngest-skewing broadcast network announced that midseason returns will mark the final run of “iZombie” and “Jane the Virgin.” In addition, this fall we’ll see the last episodes of Rachel Bloom’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”

Also Read: Les Moonves Jokes About Messy Legal Drama at CBS Upfront: 'How's Your Week Been?'

In addition to “iZombie” and “Jane,” midseason will also feature freshmen “In the Dark” and the “Roswell, New Mexico” reboot premiere.

“It is such
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FBI: Connie Nielsen Exits CBS Drama

CBS’ FBI will have to recruit a new cast member: Connie Nielsen is exiting the new fall drama after co-starring in the original pilot, according to our sister site Deadline.

The Boss and The Following veteran was cast back in March to play the role of Ellen, the FBI Special Agent in Charge who serves as boss to the New York field office of the federal law-enforcement bureau. The role of Ellen will be recast. Nielsen can be glimpsed in the trailer for the Dick Wolf-produced drama, which debuted earlier today during CBS’ upfront presentation:

CBS is tinkering with a
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‘F.B.I.’: Connie Nielsen Exits New CBS Series

  • Deadline
‘F.B.I.’: Connie Nielsen Exits New CBS Series
Exclusive: Dick Wolf’s new CBS drama series F.B.I. is recasting a co-starring role. The part, Ellen, was played in the pilot by Connie Nielsen.

F.B.I., a co-production between Universal Television and CBS TV Studios, chronicles the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Ellen is FBI Special Agent in Charge. A deeply respected boss, she is elegant, cultured, and operates under massive pressure – political, public and self-imposed. She deals by being highly organized and disarmingly direct. She’ll do anything for her agents who earn it, and is impossible to intimidate.

The cast of the show includes Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto and Ebonée Noel who all were on stage today during CBS’ upfront presentation. The series landed the plum post-NCIS Tuesday slot on CBS’ fall schedule.

Nielsen previously did an arc on Wolf’s Law & Order: Svu in 2006, filling in
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CBS Reveals Plans for Midseason 2018-19 Schedule

This morning, CBS unveiled their schedule for the Fall portion of the 2018-19 season. Five new TV shows will premiere this fall. Those five shows are FBI, God Friended Me, Happy Together, The Neighborhood, and the reboot of Magnum Pi. While the fall schedule also contains a lot of established CBS series, viewers surely noticed that several staples were missing. CBS has confirmed that The Amazing Race, Celebrity Big Brother, Elementary, Instinct, Life in Pieces, and Man with a Plan will also return but are being held until later in the 2018-19 season. They will be joined by new comedy Fam and new dramas The Code and The Red Line.Read More…
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5 Takeaways From CBS’ Upfront

  • Variety
CBS kept broadcast week of upfronts rolling on Wednesday with its presentation at Carnegie Hall. Here are the five key takeaways:

1. Leslie Moonves is the CBS brand.

CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves took the stage and received a standing ovation from a sizable portion of the crowd, with others cheering and whistling. It was not a typical upfront reception for a TV exec. “So how’s your week been?” Moonves joked as he kicked off his pitch to advertisers.

Moonves’ week has seen him engage CBS’ controlling shareholder Shari Redstone in a shocking fight with the company’s future, and his own, at stake. But his upfront reception underscored one of Moonves’ most valuable assets in that battle — his track record of success and the clout that it has earned. And as Moonves illustrated when he noted that he has been CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl’s boss for 22 years,
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Les Moonves Jokes About Messy Legal Drama at CBS Upfront: ‘How’s Your Week Been?’

CBS held court at New York City’s Carnegie Hall on Wednesday afternoon for the network’s upfront presentation to advertisers, meaning we’re officially in the home stretch of upfront week.

CBS’ upfront began with the usual bit from sales chief Jo Ann Ross — this year we saw “Young Jo Ann” ride in the car with the “Young Sheldon” cast including Ian Armitage and Zoe Perry, who then joined her on stage. CBS aired trailers for new series including “The Neighborhood” (more on that below), “FBI” “Happy Together,” “God Friended Me” and its reboot of “Magnum P.I.

Read below for six takeaways from CBS’ presentation this afternoon.

Also Read: CBS Exec on 'Murphy Brown' Reboot Ratings: 'I'm Not Sure We'll Get 'Roseanne' Numbers'

After morning no-show, Les takes the stage

Usually it’s not a big deal when the chief executive of CBS shows up at the upfront,
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CBS Trailers: Our Knee-Jerk Reactions to Magnum P.I., Damon Wayans Jr.'s Happy Together and More New Shows

CBS on Wednesday unveiled its fall 2018 schedule, along with previews for its upcoming series, including a reboot of Magnum P.I. and the Damon Wayans Jr. sitcom Happy Together.

Here at TVLine, we immediately jumped at the chance to screen each trailer — which you can also do by clicking here — and we’re ready to divulge our totally unfiltered, brutally honest snap judgments. (Fyi: Trailers for midseason entries The Code, Fam and The Red Line have not yet been made available to anyone — not even us. What’s more, The Neighborhood trailer is comprised of footage from the original pilot
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