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CBS is doubling down on reboots, picking up Training Day and MacGyver to series.

Bill Paxton will star in the Training Day adaptation, which picks up 15 years after the events of the original film. He'll play a morally grey detective who gets partnered up with a young officer (Justin Cromwell). Buffy's Julie Benz and Arrow's Katrina Law will also star in Training Day, which will be produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.

Peter Lenkov and Henry Winkler will executive producer the MacGyver reboot, which will follow the 20-something detective (Lucas Till) as he creates a clandestine organization to prevent disasters. In his first TV gig since CSI, George Eads will play a government employee with a love of eccentric conspiracies.

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Bull: Based on the early career of Dr. Phil, the legal drama is about the brash, but charming Dr. Bull (Michael Weatherly) as he uses his psychology skills to analyze juries as a legal defense consultant.

Pure Genius: Jason Katims will executive produce this drama about a Silicon Valley tech genius (Augustus Prew) who teams up with a surgeon (Dermot Mulroney) to create a new approach to medicine. Brenda Song, Odette Annable and Reshma Shetty also star.

Man with a Plan: Matt LeBlanc returns to network TV with this multi-camera comedy directed by the famed James Burrows. The Friends alum plays a contractor who gets a crash-course in hands-on parenting when his wife goes back to work. Jenna Fischer, who was originally slated to play LeBlanc's wife, was not included in the cast description that went out Friday.

The Great Indoors: An adventure reporter (Joel McHale) is forced to adapt when he becomes the head of a digital department of a magazine and a handful of millennial employees . Stephen Fry and Christopher Mintz-Plasse also star in this multi-camera comedy.

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