But things are very different for the broadcast news legend this time around, having to deal with a journalism world of "fake news" and 24-hour cable.
CBS' Thursday night schedule next fall could be subtitled "Must-See Buffalo TV Night".
Bergen is reuniting with co-stars Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Grant Shaud.
Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad) steps into the role of Thomas Magnum, which was played by Tom Selleck in the original. The original series with Daly and Sharon Gless aired its final episodes in (you guessed it) 1988 - indeed, 30 years ago this month.
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SEC official confirms that the re-polling will start at 7 am in the morning and will end at 5 pm. The total percentage of poll was finally put at 82.13, according to the election commission.
And, no surprise here, just about all of them are right in the CBS wheelhouse.
Another new CBS fall drama, which will air 8-9 Sunday, is "God Friended Me".
SEAL Team, starring Philadelphia's David Boreanaz, will be again following Survivor this fall on Wednesdays, and while it appears to have survived easily, this season's two other military-themed network shows, NBC's The Brave, which starred Warminster's Mike Vogel, and the CW's Valor, have been canceled. Executive producer Dick Wolf's new crime drama is set in NY and stars Jeremy Sisto, Zeeko Zaki, Missy Peregrym and Connie Nielsen.
Although not yet officially canceled, "Code Black" or "Ransom" were not mentioned in the CBS plans for the fall or midseason.
The final new shows that made the cut for the fall lineup are dramas Federal Bureau of Investigation and God Friended Me. "The Red Line", a drama about three Chicago families, stars Noah Wyle.