Yes, the TU-4 evolved into TU-85 which influenced the TU-95/114/ 116/126 family:
The US produced its B-29 derived B-36s & its B-47 derived B-52s
which influenced the B-707,-747 & their derivatives:
The TU-16 influenced the Tu-104/124/134 family:
DC-3/LI-2 influenced the IL-12/14/18/20/22/38 family:
DC-3 influenced the DC-4/6/7:
The AN-8 influenced the AN-10/12 & Y-8/9:
The Yak-25 influenced the Yak-28; Yak-38 influenced the Yak-141;
Yak-40 influenced the Yak-42:
The MiG-25 influenced the MiG-31:
The T-4 influenced the TU-144:
The TU-22M is derived from the TU-22:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupolev_Tu-22M#DevelopmentRussia plans to complete Tu-22M3s modernization program by 2019
It was reported earlier that the Russian Defense Ministry was planning to modernize about 30 aircraft of this type by 2020.
Prior to 2020 it is planned to upgrade 30 Tu-22M3 with new hardware components and adapted for the extended range weapons.
According to the plans that have been announced, 30 TU-22M3s will have been modernized to meet the M3M standard by 2020. This aircraft is not classified as a heavy bomber and therefore is not covered by the New START treaty.
It's possible more will be upgraded later, time will tell!
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