Lansbury set for 2 more seasons

CBS has reached an agreement with star Angela Lansbury and Universal TV on two additional seasons of “Murder, She Wrote,” the web’s highest-rated drama series.

The show, produced by Lansbury’s Corymore Prods. in association with Universal, is currently in its ninth season and averaging a 17.9 rating, 27 share in Nielsen season to date.

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