Avery’s unemployment begins to take its toll — both on him and on the Murphy in the Morning team.
Murphy Brown star Candice Bergen received her 12th Golden Globe nomination, though her show has yet to be renewed for a second season.
In “Beat the Press”, attacks on the media by President Donald Trump impact Murphy’s reporting, and her personal life.
This week, the Murphy Brown’s gang gathers to give thanks and tries to stand up to ICE.
The only thing worse than being in a coma for ten years? Waking up in 2018. Brooke Shields makes a guest appearance on this week’s Murphy Brown as Holly, a woman waking up to Trump’s America.
The “Murphy in the Morning” gang is headed to a gala to celebrate a lifetime of achievement for original cast member Jim Dial, and Murphy’s “worst ever” secretary (Bette Midler) makes a re-appearance at the top of this episode, now an heiress who has inherited ownership of the network.
Political Ads Aren’t the Only Place on TV to Focus on the Midterms. This Week, Murphy Brown Anticipates the Media Madness Surrounding the Upcoming United States Midterm Elections
“Don’t you Giuliani me.” This week’s episode of Murphy Brown moralizes on the culpability of the press in “normalizing” extremist political figures.
A brief foray into a White House press room reminds Murphy Brown of the vital role the press plays as an advocate for the people.
The remake of Murphy Brown shows audiences there’s more to say about making television news today.