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Murphy Brown is the star reporter of "FYI," a newsmagazine series. Murphy is sarcastic, ambitious, often self-involved and bossy -- but she is also dedicated and ethical. She and her co-workers -- including Frank and Corky -- are often at one another's throats, even though they care about one another. The comedy series tackles some serious topics, including Murphy being a single mother and being treated for breast cancer. As 24-hour cable news, social media and an increasingly chaotic and divided political climate change the journalistic landscape, Murphy and her team rise to the challenge, working to draw the line between good television and honest reporting.

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A disillusioned Avery seeks career inspiration from his extended family at "Murphy in the Morning"; the team tries to salvage a major story that hinges on a source in the Middle East who has gone silent.
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Corky guilts Murphy into adopting a dog; Avery's show is moved to a better time slot; Phyllis and Miguel get a surprise visit from an intimidating health inspector.
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When Frank is physically attacked while covering a political rally, Murphy becomes afraid to dispute the opposing viewpoint of a guest on her show.
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Murphy's reluctant Thanksgiving dinner guests fear the worst.
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The team strives to land the first interview with Corky's beauty pageant friend who just awoke from a 10-year coma.
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As we move toward the series' 30th anniversary, the revival will offer fans a look at how Murphy Brown (Candice Bergen) tackles the current state of cable news, clickbait, and a very different political and cultural climate.

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