Tom Selleck Heading Back To Television
Tom Selleck has landed the lead role in a new TV cop show - the first time he has headlined a primetime program since "Magnum P.I."
The veteran actor played a private investigator in the hit 1980s series, which ended in 1988, and has since enjoyed brief roles in television hits such as "Friends," "Boston Legal" and "The Closer."
Nonetheless, now Selleck is leading the cast of new cop drama "Reagan's Law," while former New Kids on the Block star Donnie Wahlberg and actress Bridget Moynahan are in talks to co-star in the CBS show, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
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