NBC may not use the ‘Murder, She Wrote’ title for its reboot

NBC may not use the “Murder, She Wrote” title for its reboot
Potentially good news for Angela Lansbury: NBC hasn’t decided whether to use the “Murder” name. Additionally, Octavia Spencer won’t be playing Jessica Fletcher. According to Deadline, NBC determined that only Angela Lansbury could play that character.

“Killing Kennedy” gets ratings for Nat Geo, edging out “Killing Lincoln”

About 3.4 million watched the Nat Geo movie starring Rob Lowe, the highest-rated program in Nat Geo history, which had slightly more viewers than the “Killing Lincoln” film that aired in February.

Bravo partners with Spotify

Music supervisors on Bravo shows will begin creating special playlists as part of Spotify’s first TV partnership.

Cinemax acquires Robert Kirkman’s comic “Outcast”
“The Walking Dead” honcho’s potential new series follows a man who’s been possessed since childhood.

“Human Giant” duo film a live TV special aboard a giant glass bus

Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel are turning their live show “Crash Test” — created by Aziz Ansari — into a TV special.

“The View” has a Medal of Honor recipient as guest co-host for Veteran’s Day

“I’ve got to touch you. There are no words,” Barbara Walters said to Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the first living U.S. Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam war.

Stephen Moyer to direct “True Blood’s” final season premiere

This will be Moyer’s 3rd time behind the camera.

Watch the aftermath of Sacha Baron Cohen’s old lady prank
BBC America has posted the full clip from the Brittania Awards.

“Cagney & Lacey” star Paul Mantee dies
Mantee, 82, played Det. Al Corassa from 1983 to 1985.