Meanwhile, Candace Bergen will be returning to the titular role in Murphy Brown 20 years after the series ended its 10-year, Emmy-winning run.
At this week's upfronts in New York, CBS revealed a few details about the upcoming "Murphy Brown" revival, which the network is hoping will catch fire like ABC's "Roseanne" update.
New "Magnum" star Hernandez, who is of Latino descent, is among the actors of color joining the CBS line-up, long criticized for a lack of inclusion.
The reboot of "Murphy Brown" will focus on "a world of cable news, social media, fake news and a very different political and cultural climate", according to a press release.
SCORPION will not return
Set your coffee maker to auto-brew because Murphy Brown is taking on the morning talk show game. Take a gander at the shows coming to TV below, and if you're wondering when they'll air, you can check CBS's fall schedule here. Jay Hernandez plays Thomas Magnum, a decorated former Navy SEAL who returns from Afghanistan to use his military skills to become a private investigator.
Speaking of dramas, CBS will be unveiling a new series on Sunday nights called "God Friended Me".
"God Friended Me" is a humorous, uplifting drama starring Brandon Micheal Hall as Miles Finer.
CBS also helped Berlanti reach that number with an order for The Red Line, an event series for midseason that he's producing with Ava DuVernay (A Wrinkle in Time) that follows the stories of three families in Chicago in the aftermath of a white police officer's mistaken shooting of an African American doctor.
Putin to discuss Iran nuclear deal with IAEA head, Merkel, Macron
Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu is known to be a huge critic of Iran and supports Donald Trump in pulling out of the Iran deal. Macron confirmed that the French and Iranian foreign ministers would meet soon to ensure progress.