Diane English Says That The Murphy Brown Reboot Is Not Ending Yet
Murphy brown returned to CBS 20 years after the investigative journalist played by Candice Bergen signed of her duties at FYI. The Murphy Brown reboot did not exactly deliver the ratings the network was counting on it for. Yet the show fared decently in terms of the points it generated. The show heads towards its final episodes, rumors are doing rounds that the dismal ratings have got Murphy Brown cancelled. However, we now have the word from the horse’s mouth. Show runner Diane English has confirmed that there is no truth to the cancellation rumors surrounding the Murphy Brown Season 11.
Is Murphy Brown Cancelled? Not Yet, The Murphy Brown Reboot May Get Another Season
Series creator Diane English tweeted about the cancellation of the Murphy Brown Reboot
“Murphy Brown fans. We are NOT CANCELED!!!!!. Several entertainment sites read a mid season schedule put out by CBS that did not have our show on it and the assumption was made that we were not renewed. Our order, at our request was 13 episodes. We look forward to a second season.”
She later clarified in a follow-up tweet,
“We will have to wait until spring to hear if we are renewed for another season of 13.”
The Murphy Brown Revival Wages War With Trump
The Murphy Brown Revival came across as a fake Newsroom sitcom with strict democratic tendencies. It was; hence, not difficult to perceive that the anti-trump range eventually got Murphy Brown cancelled. Critic opinions differ largely when analyzing the Murphy Brown reboot. The show’s particular episodes dealing with immigration laws, the midterm elections, and treatment of past sensational headlines, gained massive critical acclaim. However a few episodes of The Murphy Brown Season 11 received scorn over their political bias.
Murphy Brown Season 11, Cast And Hilarious Stories
The Murphy brown Revival features almost the entire original cast of the franchise. It stars returning actors Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto, Grant Shaud, Charles Kimbrough in its principle cast. Jake McDorman, Nik Dodani, Tyne Daly, and Adan Rocha have joined the primary cast only in Murphy Brown Season 11.
Hillary Clinton made a surprise cameo in the first episode of The Murphy Brown Reboot. She playing a version of herself who applied for a job as Brown’s secretary. In the scene, the women had a quirky conversation about Clinton’s capabilities, poking satire at the absurdity of the recent elections. The contact info on Hillary’s business card read: [email protected]
The tenth episode of the Murphy Brown Reboot “Call The Press” premieres tonight, Thursday, at 9.30 ET on CBS.