When news broke that Candice Bergen was getting the band back together 20 years after the topical sitcom last aired, it felt somehow like both the straw that broke the revival camel’s back and a completely appropriate addition to the category. Given the seismic changes to both news and politics since we last saw show-within-the-show FYI, it feels like creator Diane English might have something to say with the new episodes. Then again, given the way Murphy Brown delivered name-drop humor back in the day, and considering hints we’ve heard about the new iteration (Murphy’s son Avery, now played by Jake McDorman, works at a conservative news network called Wolf, because… get it?), whatever she has to say may be smugly delivered. A.S.