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Emmy-winning comedy "Murphy Brown" will return to CBS television for the first time in 20 years with an episode that addresses the #MeToo movement of women breaking their silence about sexual harassment, the series' creator said Sunday. The new season, starring Candice Bergen as a pioneering newswoman, is scheduled to premiere Sept. 27 . The episode was written months ago, English said, but her remarks came as CBS Corp itself is investigating sexual harassment allegations.During the original 10-year run that began in 1988, "Murphy Brown" frequently tackled topical issues.Back in 1992, Vice President Dan Quayle famously attacked "Murphy Brown" when the character gave birth to a baby outside of marriage.
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