Despite weak reviews early on, the MacGyver reboot series' audience is large enough now for CBS to give the show a full-season order.
CBS premieres its MacGyver reboot, setting up the title character for new adventures in what looks to be a fairly conventional program.
MacGyver has a brand new team to work with in the upcoming TV show reboot - but Richard Dean Anderson won't be a part of it.
Ahead of the series' fall premiere, CBS is reshooting the MacGyver pilot with director James Wan stepping in to direct.
CBS has dropped the first trailer for the reimagined MacGyver series starring Lucas Till and George Eads.
CBS has picked up six new series, including one based on Antoine Fuqua's Training Day and the reboot of classic action show MacGyver.
Lucas Till, who plays Havoc in the X-Men movies, has been cast as the young MacGyver in a prequel to the original series.
A MacGyver feature film reboot is being developed by Lionsgate, with series creator Lee David Zlotoff attached as co-producer of the new movie.
A MacGyver reboot is moving forward, with CBS ordering a pilot for the series that would act as a prequel to the original.
James Wan, R. Scott Gemmill, and Henry Winkler are developing a MacGyver remake for CBS, which will be an origin story for the resourceful agent.
Kit Harington stars in 'Pompei,' Isla Fisher joins the 'Jackie Brown' prequel, James Wan will direct the 'MacGyver' movie, and casting news for Bryan Fuller's 'Hannibal.'
Jason Richman is writing the script for New Line's MacGyver film adaptation - a contemporary revision of the 80s icon.