Murphy Brown

The actor and comedian, who also stars in "Escape Room" and "Atypical," said he feels “fortunate to have come up in a more progressive time” in Hollywood.
One episode of the CBS series showed how queer people have always been present through the ages, whether straight people knew it or not.
"Next thing I know, I'm surrounded by a sea of red hats," Frank Fontana said from his hospital bed in the "Beat The Press" episode.
One episode was surprisingly forward-thinking about LGBTQ sexuality, Matt Baume finds.
Clever editing makes it seem like Murphy infiltrated the White House briefing room.
The cast and creator revealed new details of the CBS revival during a Television Critics Association panel.
“Mary Tyler Moore really opened the door for women not defined by a relationship, for women trying to have a career."
Television audiences are beyond loyal. Indeed, post-50s remember their favorite sitcoms with particular passion and nostalgia. Just the sound of those great TV theme songs brings us to our feet. So, veteran TV sitcom stars who made us laugh out loud, sit up and take notice. Millions of us watched you and loved you, so please come back and make us laugh out loud one more time.
13. Changing our hair While we definitely don't miss our childhood bowl-cuts, silver screen mavens walking out of a salon
"HOME IMPROVEMENT" "ALIAS" "ANGEL" "ROSEANNE" "SEX AND THE CITY" Two warnings: You may spontaneously laugh and/or cry while
A very similar joke was made in the pilot for "Murphy Brown" ... 25 years ago. "Dads" airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. Watch
"Lisa Robin Kelly, 43, Actress on 'That '70's Show' Sitcom'" read the Times obit (NYT, 8/15/13). The accompanying picture
Today, pregnancies (particularly those of the unexpected variety) are one of the most popular TV tropes. You'd be hard-pressed to find a show that didn't use a baby as a catalyst for more storylines and scandal. But there was a time when you couldn't even use the "p" word on TV.
Today, pregnancies (particularly those of the unexpected variety) are one of the most popular TV tropes. You'd be hard-pressed
"Murphy Brown" took on a number of issues during its 10-year run on CBS, but the show will always be remembered for its infamous
The character of Murphy Brown made her TV debut having just returned from a stint in rehab. Unapologetic, quick-witted and