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‘Magnum P.I.’ Rescued By NBC After Being Cancelled By CBS

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Fans of “Magnum P.I.” were left disheartened when CBS chose not to drop the series following four seasons a month ago.

In any case, the reboot of the notable 1980s analyst dramatization ended up being more solid than anticipated when one more organization stepped in to get the show for its two additional seasons.

On Thursday, Deadline detailed that NBC is recharging the show for 20 episodes, split north of two 10-episode seasons.

As per Deadline, when CBS declared its choice, Universal — which creates the show — started searching for another home for the show, wherein Jay Hernandez depicts the Hawaii-based private specialist made well known by Tom Selleck in the first, which ran from 1980 until 1988.

As Deadline brings up, “Magnum P.I.” is following a comparable direction to “Brooklyn Nine”, which was cut out by Fox after five seasons and therefore revived by NBC, where it circulated for three more.

Following the news, Hernandez took to Twitter to thanks fans for their “affection and backing” in assisting with bringing the show resurrected. “Time to clean off the Aloha shirt,” he composed.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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