Big points to all the Big Brother houseguests who did some kind of shimmy or chest-bump with one another as they headed in and out of the diary room to cast their vote. We've seen this kind of goofiness in that corridor before, but some of those moves seemed particularly well choreographed tonight. But enough about the corridor shenanigans, let's talk about the drama!
Arriving on Wednesday night is CBS's new 13-episode serialized drama Extant. Combining mystery, thrills and a futuristic backdrop, Extant gets off to an intriguing start, with a premiere episode that sets the stage for what may prove to be a truly gripping summer mystery, wrapped in a sci-fi story involving family, artificial intelligence and outer space.
The fall TV season is closer than it seems. Evidence of that broke this morning when The Good Wife announced a big casting development for Season 6. According to the network, charismatic actor Taye Diggs is joining the acclaimed drama, signing on for a multi-episode arc.
Following last Thursday night's live episode of Big Brother Season 16, we knew we were in for an interesting week. Would the Bomb Squad stand united for another week, or would the alliance collapse under its own weight? It seems like it's only a matter of time, especially with Amber and Devin on the block together. With two Bomb Squad members in control again, you'd think it would be another easy week! Yeah, not so much.
With nine seasons under its belt, CBS’ crime procedural Criminal Minds has seen plenty of casting changes over the years. Recently, the long-running series added veteran actress Jennifer Love Hewitt to its ranks. The former Client List star has signed on to join the Behavioral Analysis Unit in a regular role during Season 10.
Now that we've gotten to know the houseguests of Big Brother a bit better, it's much easier to feel excited by the outcome of the Head of Household competitions. As fun as the first endurance competition was, it was hard to really feel all that invested in the winners.
Big Brother Season 16's Sunday night episode revealed which of the two Heads of Household managed to hold onto their title, and which two nominees are still on the block. Those who've been keeping up with the live feeds already know who won the Veto, and we now know whether or not it was used! Before we get to those details though, here's a fun preview for Wednesday night's episode...
The ratings are in, and while Under the Dome's Season 2 premiere performed well, it's still down a bit from the series premiere last summer. While it came close to a series low, the "Heads will Roll" episode of Under the Dome did manage to beat out other network TV competition last night, including 24: Live Another Day.
If you weren't already excited for the return of Under the Dome, the above video should do a nice job of whetting your appetite, especially if you're a Stephen King fan. The author of the book on which this CBS drama is based penned the first episode of the second season, and executive producer Neal Baer admits to hoping that this will be a sign to fans that Stephen King "sanctions the show.
Big Brother aired the second part of its two part Season 16 premiere tonight, introducing us to the other eight houseguests and finally explaining how this two-Head-of-Household situation is going to work.
Following last night's "Part 1" of the two-part Season 16 of Big Brother, CBS has released a preview to promote tonight's episode, which will hopefully answer the questions the first part didn't, and will certainly introduce us to the other half of the house. But is it also offering up a major clue about the second Head of Household? Very possibly. Potential spoilers ahead!
An hour after the first episode of Big Brother kicks off, this is usually the point where we say that the game is on! But the game isn't really on, because CBS split the premiere into two episodes, introducing us to half the Season 16 household and leaving us hanging on a couple of major twists.
Big Brother Season 16 will premiere in a matter of hours, and CBS has given us a preview of the first Head of Household competition. What's especially notable about this competition, which seems to recycle the log-rolling competition that we've seen in past seasons, only features eight players competing.
Big Brother returns tonight! If you're a fan, you already know that, but let's take a moment and celebrate that as we obsess over everything we don't know (and a few things we do) about this season. Like the twist! The cast full of (relative) unknowns! Urban treehouse!
CBS has announced their Fall TV premiere schedule, calling it a "multi-phase rollout." The schedule begins with NFL Thursday Night Football on September 11, while the scripted series don't start rolling out until the week of Sunday, September 21. Among the returning shows lined up for premiere week are The Good Wife, Person of Interest and Hawaii Five-0...