Angela Lansbury says NBC is making “a mistake” by rebooting her hit series, “Murder, She Wrote.”
Lansbury, 88, has no ill will toward Spencer.
“I saw her in ‘The Help’ and thought she was absolutely wonderful, a lovely actress,” Lansbury said. “So I wish her well, but I wish it wasn’t in ‘Murder, She Wrote.'”
Lansbury, who will receive an honorary Academy Award later this week, said “Murder, She Wrote” was her “greatest doorway to the world.” The show, which aired from 1984 to 1996, earned her 12 consecutive Emmy nomination to go with her three Oscar nominations and four Tony awards.
Lansbury already had three Oscar nominations and four Tony awards when she joined the CBS drama, which aired from 1984 to 1996, earning her 12 consecutive Emmy nominations and international acclaim.