Catch up with the top TV stories you missed this week:
NBC To Reboot ‘Murder, She Wrote’ With Octavia Spencer Starring, Alex Cunningham Writing And David Janollari Producing
By Nellie Andreeva – EXCLUSIVE: NBC is looking to revive one of the most successful series in TV history – Murder, She Wrote — with a brand new take from writer Alexandra Cunningham and producer David Janollari that has Oscar winner Octavia Spencer succeeding Angela Lansbury in the lead role of an astute amateur detective.
CBS Eyes Reboot Of The WB’s ‘Charmed’
By Nellie Andreeva – CBS shows have migrated to younger skewing sibling the CW — CBS pilot Ringer became a CW series, and defunct CBS vampire drama Moonlight got a second run on the sister network.
Kurt Sutter On Extending ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Past Seven Seasons, Playing Prison-Rape Victim And Being Influenced By ‘The Shield’
By The Deadline Team – The outspoken creator and showrunner of FX’s highest-rated program ever was his usual candid self at an ATAS event tonight.
CableOne And Turner Broadcasting Settle Contract Dispute
By David Lieberman – CableOne and Turner Broadcasting have made nice after a dark October for the latter’s channels on The Washington Post’s cable operation.
Comedy Central’s Fake News ‘The Daily Show’ Makes Real News With Interview
By Lisa De Moraes – Will The Daily Show With Jon Stewart have a harder time getting those amusing what-were-they-thinking interviews going forward after one such interview cost a guy his job this week, causing an eruption of headlines and reports across the TV-news landscape?
Mira Sorvino Joins TNT’s ‘Falling Skies’
By Nellie Andreeva – EXCLUSIVE: Mira Sorvino is set to recur on the fourth season of TNT’s popular alien invasion drama Falling Skies, set for a summer 2014 premiere.