The longtime 60 Minutes correspondent and CBS News foreign reporter Bob Simon died today, leaving behind an award-filled legacy that saw him reporting on wars and conflicts all over the world.
Laverne Cox has become one of the more dominant faces representing the incredibly popular Netflix series Orange is the New Black. And beyond the strides sheís made in LGBT awareness, Coxís acting chops have become increasingly impressive over the last two seasons, so much so that other TV networks have noticed and the actress just scored a co-starring role in CBS Drama pilot Doubt.
Brian Williams has opted to cancel an appearance on The Late Show shortly after stepping down from NBC Nightly News for an undetermined period of time. Both incidents stem from allegations that a story the news anchor has been telling for years has actually been false.
We canít wait for Fillionís big appearance on the CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory, but in the meantime, we figured we would go through our favorite guest stars who have popped up on the show, and rank them by sheer awesomeness and utilization in the plot.
The Mentalist had a major shakeup during tonight's episode. The following article features plenty of spoilers, so please stop reading if you havenít caught the episode, yet. Are you still with us? Good, letís talk about tonightís shocking series of events.
In a move that is not super shocking, CBS made the announcement today to pull The McCarthys from the schedule. The change is effective immediately, which means if you were super excited for this Thursdayís episode, you are now officially out of luck.
The Big Bang Theory has been known to nab some big guest stars in the pastóespecially those with ties to the science and science fiction communities. This week, Nathan Fillion was added to the list of famous individuals who can claim cameos on an episode of the hit CBS comedy.
In addition to the recent casting announcements, itís been revealed who the first bad guy will be that Kara Zor-El fights as the Girl of Steel in Supergirl.
Anna Gunn recently starred as a detective on Foxís limited event series Gracepoint, but now that series has ended its run, sheís decided to stick with crime for her next project. This week, it was announced that Gunn has joined the upcoming Criminal Minds spinoff.
Seriously, there are some major spoilers in this article if you havenít caught last nightís episode of Criminal Minds. If you donít want to be spoiled on who was killed off during the episode, please hightail it away from this page right now.
You know that movie you liked or didnít like? Itís probably coming to TV soon. In this particular instance, Iím talking about the 2011 film Limitless, which turned Bradley Cooper into the smartest person on the planet. (At least until Lucy came along.) Are you ready to see another genius being all genius-y on CBS?
CBSí upcoming journey through the superhero stratosphere, Supergirl, is starting to feel more and more real now that the casting has started ramping up. We already know who the titular superheroine is going to be, and now we know who has been tapped as one of the most iconic side characters of all time: Jimmy Olsen.
It usually takes the death of a Walking Dead character for the actor to find a new gig, but that's not the case here, as one of the show's actors is complementing his role on that hit series with one on the Criminal Minds spinoff.
Weíre one step closer to having a hit 1990s action comedy turned into a CBS series, which is either a cause for celebration or outrage, depending on how you feel about medium-switching remakes in the first place.
The Late Late Show on CBS is getting a pretty special guest star next week. The Last Show host David Letterman is heading over to the other CBS stage to verbally spar with the guest host before he retires. Should be a good one!