News of Note—BBC, CBS, National Amusements and Roseanne

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Roseanne Barr could return to TV in some way, thanks to a new video platform called Bond, after her ABC sitcom was canceled. (stevepb/Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> All 33 World Cup 2018 matches broadcast by the BBC will be available for free on BBC Sport's VR 2018 World Cup app. BBC article

> On Thursday, the Westmoreland County Employees Retirement System filed a new lawsuit in Delaware Chancery Court against NAI, Redstone and two Redstone-aligned board members, Robert Klieger and David Andelman. Hollywood Reporter article

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> Roseanne Barr could return to TV in some way, thanks to a new video platform called Bond, after her ABC sitcom was canceled. AP article

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