Newly minted late night host James Corden discusses just what put him over the top to take the CBS gig.
We know it can be tough to keep track of all the new and upcoming network shows. So, we’ve devised a list of all of the major networks, mentioning each of the primetime shows that have begun airing or will air this season, also noting whether new shows have been picked up for additional episodes, canceled or renewed.
James Corden is about to totally switch gears and try something new. The comedian, actor and writer recently signed on to take over The Late Late Show when Craig Ferguson retires, and on Monday CBS announced that he is going to prepare for his new gig by appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman.
The Millers may have gotten a shot at a second season, but it looks like CBS has decided not to see that through beyond the handful of episodes that have already aired this fall. The Will Arnett comedy has been cancelled.
The Big Bang Theory family suffered a tragic loss this week when character actress Carol Ann Susi died of cancer at 62. The voice of Howard Wolowitz’ mother Debbie has passed suddenly after a brief bout with cancer with which she was diagnosed less than a month ago.
Over at FX, Justified is gearing up for its final season. The fan-favorite drama will no doubt be missed after it ends its run, but fans of the show might find some consolation in a new drama project from Justified’s Ingrid Escajeda.
Criminal Minds has a very special episode coming up. The long-running CBS show has signed on Girl Meets World actor Ben Savage to guest star in the series. The actor’s hop from the Disney Channel to CBS is a pretty strange and fun one, but what’s even more intriguing is the character that he will be playing.
Late Late Show fans sadly only have around six weeks left with longtime host Craig Ferguson, as he is packing up and shipping out of the host chair on Friday, December 19. For his last show, he’s bringing in someone very familiar with departing the late night world.
Good news! The Mentalist has been given a premiere date and will officially return to the schedule. Bad news! The final chunk of 13 episodes will be the last the inventive and occasionally brilliant procedural will give us.
More character descriptions have been released for CBS’ Supergirl, and in an odd turn of events, a large portion of her supporting cast will be made up of allies and enemies of her cousin Superman.
Supergirl is flying onto our TV screens next year when it airs on CBS, and you might be surprised to find out that they're casting not just one lead female, but two of them.
CBS is having a pretty good fall season. Just two short years after Made in Jersey was the first network show to be canceled, CBS has announced it will give complete Season 1 episode orders to not one, but all of its fall freshman dramas. That’s right, Scorpion, Madam Secretary and more have received full season orders.
Before Two and a Half Men was a huge ratings phenomenon for CBS, Jon Cryer was more famous for playing Duckie in the eighties John Hughes classic Pretty in Pink. Now headed into its 12th season, Two and a Half Men is going to have Cryer channel his movie past in the show’s special Halloween-oriented premiere episode.
Lauren Graham has been crushing her character on Parenthood for the past several years. However, Parenthood is already though its sixth and final season, meaning the show’s incredible cast is also looking for work. The good news for Graham is that she’s already found a gig.
While we have all been waiting and discussing Letterman taking his last bow on the Late Show stage, Craig Ferguson’s transition away from CBS has been a whole quieter. Ferguson’s last day on air will happen this December and CBS is looking to switch to his successor with lighting speed.