FYI, the "Murphy Brown" crew's all back together again.

The '90s-era CBS comedy is getting a revival because everything is getting revived these days (and even more shows will come back from the dead thanks to the runaway success of "Roseanne").

The 13-episode revival "Murphy Brown" is currently in production with much of the original cast, including Candice Bergen as the titular news anchor, Faith Ford (Corky Sherwood), Joe Regalbuto (Frank Fontana), and Grant Shaud (Miles Silverberg).

Bergen shared the first photo of the reunited cast and crew including Ford, Regalbuto, Shaud, returning writer and executive producer Diane English, and newcomer Nik Dodani (who plays the FYI team's social media wizard).

"MURPHY BROWN...together again. Coming to your neighborhood TV in the fall. Just in time..." Bergen wrote in her Instagram post.

Not pictured is Jake McDorman, who plays an adult version of Murphy's son, Avery. Like mother, like son: Avery has grown up to be a journalist himself.

The "Murphy Brown" revival is expected to air this fall.