CBS is heading into the trenches with “Stripes.”The network is developing a single-camera TV reboot of the 1981 Ivan Reitman-directed film that provided an early-career leading role for Bill Murray.Trevor Moore, Sam Brown and Zach Cregger from IFC’s “Whitest Kids U’ Know” are writing and executive producing.Also Read: 'Magnum PI' Reboot Lands at CBSLike the popular movie, the show will focus on a rebellious outsider who finds direction in life by joining the military and uniting a group of quirky misfits.The co-production from Sony Pictures Television Studio and CBS Television Studios is directed by Reitman, who executive produces for his Montecito Picture Company.
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