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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. Revivals have been a major theme of the upfront season and this comedy will return to CBS on Thursdays at 9:30pm Eastern Time as a part of CBS's top-rated comedy block with shows like "Young Sheldon", "Big Bang Theory" and "Mom".

When asked if it would be similar to the real-world battles between MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and Fox News' "Fox & Friends", Kahl responded: "That's a pretty good characterization".

Five news shows will debut on CBS this fall and two shows will feature comedy stars. Aiding her in the ratings war will be long-time characters "Corky" (Faith Ford), "Frank" (Joe Regalbuto), and "Miles Silverberg" (Grant Shaud).

Another CBS reboot, a new version of the 1980s detective series Magnum P.I. Jay Hernandez plays the 2018 model of Thomas Magnum, the private investigator that "Blue Bloods" star Tom Selleck portrayed for CBS in the 1980s.

And remember that CBS passed on a reboot of "Cagney and Lacey" with Sarah Drew and Michelle Hurd. It's said to be inspired by an experience of pop star Harry Styles, who's also one of the show's producers.

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The final new shows that made the cut for the fall lineup are dramas Federal Bureau of Investigation and God Friended Me.

"FBI" will be the first Wolf-produced network show since 2003 that's not on NBC.

Two other new dramas, The Code and The Red Line, and new comedy Fam will be held for midseason, along with returning shows Instinct, Elementary, Man with a Plan, and Life.

To make way for these newcomers, CBS dumped such veterans shows as "Scorpion" (with former Clevelander Robert Patrick) and "Kevin Can Wait".

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