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...
Under the Dome returns for Season 2 in less than a week. CBS has released a couple of previews for the series to give us an idea of what's head. More dome mayhem awaits the residents of Chester's Mill. From the preview above, which has some of the cast -- Dean Norris, Rachelle Lefevre, Mike Vogel, Alexander Koch -- talking about Season 2, it sounds like the second season will pick up pretty much exactly where the first season left off.
Following up a tour of the Big Brother Season 16 house and the semi-reveal of what sounds like some major twists to the format of the game, CBS has finally revealed the identities of BB16's houseguests! The good news is, they're newbies! I know people are always hopeful that there will be some or many returning favorites, and that can certainly make for interesting twists, but with a fresh crop of houseguests comes the potential for a great season.
Today on The Talk, Big Brother host Julie Chen teased the most "twisted season" ever as she announced a number of big twists to the format of the game, including the fact that there will be two Heads of Household and four nominees each week.
Here it comes, Big Brother fans! With Season 16 of the reality series poised to premiere next week, we're now finally getting some clues about what's ahead. The house has been revealed, and it's for the birds! That's my attempt at tree humor, as the theme of the Big Brother house this season is "Urban treehouse" and based on these glimpses, that's made for some very creative decor.
We're in the high-anticipation period of Big Brother season right now. Rumors are flying about returning houseguests, twists, the theme of the house and everything else we won't know until CBS starts cluing us in. They typically don't start doing that until the houseguests are sequestered, which may or may not have happened by now. We're operating under the loose theory that those prospective houseguests have yet to be cut off from the outside world.
Can you feel the excitement? We're so close to the new season of Big Brother, we can practically taste it. And by "practically" we mean, we're not quite at the point where CBS can start unveiling major details about what's in store this season.
In recent years, the complaints have shifted from passively direct insults like, “Screw Fox and NBC for canceling yet another group of shows with real potential,” to more active intentions, where some viewers will portentously express that such cancellations have left them fed up with the medium as a whole.
Though Season 2 of CBS’ Under the Dome doesn’t really have anything to do with King’s source material anymore, TV audiences can still expect for the prolific author's influence to be felt. Especially since he’ll have his very own cameo in the first episode.
ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW have released their 2014-2015 schedules, leaving us to sort through the lineups to see what's airing when. With new shows added, cancelled shows removed and some series shifted around the schedule, keeping it all straight can be tricky, which is why we've put together this handy guide...
I’m wholeheartedly hoping against hope that this futuristic drama will be the cerebral science fiction that networks so rarely aim for, and this android-and-alien/ghost/thing-filled trailer seen above emboldens my expectations. Which means they have that much farther to fall.
The latest iteration of Neil Simon’s classic play The Odd Couple is coming to CBS this fall from Friends star Matthew Perry, who will play the slovenly Oscar, while The State and Reno 911! founder Thomas Lennon will star as the straight-laced Felix.
Since AMC's Breaking Bad wrapped up, fans of the series have been waiting to see what creator Vince Gilligan does next. CBS has the answer to that with their upcoming new police series Battle Creek, a drama that -- unfortunately -- won't make it onto the schedule until later in the season (presumably midseason).