5 things to know this morning: Eva Longoria gives birth, 'The Nanny' may get a reboot, and Scott Baio avoids charges

Good morning! Catch up on your pop culture news with our roundup of today’s top stories — so far.

1. The Nanny may get a reboot
Look alive, Mr. Sheffield. Actress Fran Drescher revealed that she is in talks to reboot her 1990s sitcom, The Nanny. Read more >

The Nanny could be making a comeback. (Photo: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)

2. Rachel Maddow tears up over family separation shelters for babies
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow broke down during her show Tuesday night as she reported on “tender age” shelters being used to detain migrant babies and toddlers who have been separated from their parents under President Trump’s immigration policy. Maddow later apologized for losing her composure on-air. Read more >


3. Scott Baio will not face charges
Despite former Charles in Charge co-star Nicole Eggert’s allegations that Scott Baio sexually assaulted her in the 1980s, prosecutors said Monday they will not file charges against actor. The Los Angeles district attorney’s office cited a statute of limitations in declining to prosecute the case. Read more >


4. Eva Longoria welcomes first child
Actress Eva Longoria gave birth to a baby boy, Santiago Enrique Bastón, on Tuesday. He is the former Desperate Housewives star’s first child. Read more >


 

5. Prince Louis’s christening announced
Prince Louis will be christened on July 9, Kensington Palace has announced. Time for auntie Meghan Markle to relinquish the fancy white dresses. Read more >


Thanks for reading! Come back this evening for your p.m. pop culture roundup.