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!
After an extensive and seemingly exhaustive search, CBSí Supergirl has finally cast its lead actress. And if you've been keeping tabs on the rumored prospects, the actress who will play the lead is probably not who you would expect.
Even though Kara Zor-El will be the main Kryptonian in CBS's Supergirl, her significantly more famous cousin will still have an important role to play in the upcoming series.
Gary Sinise has been hot on the television crime trail for several years now, helping put the bad guys behind bars in CBS' CSI series. But, when he retired his character Mac Taylor after in CSI: NY, fans were left to wonder if their favorite crime fighter was officially done with the genre. Well, folks, looks like he's back.
In just a few months, the networks will be cleaning house to make room for new programming next fall. One of the big shows that has already received notice for not being the ratings juggernaut it used to be is CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
CBS is reviving the classic sitcom/movie/play The Odd Couple for modern viewers, and while it basically looks like the same set-up as the 1970s series, there are a few key differences. Iím not talking about the actors or their character descriptions, either; I'm talking about women on the staff.
Considering CBS co-owns The CW with Warner Bros., it was somewhat surprising that the youth-oriented Supergirl was snatched up by the more mature network, but it is clear that CBS is ready to enter the superhero game, and they think that comic book TV is ready for them.
Fans of The Colbert Report have undoubtedly been experiencing a harsher winter than most, without Stephen Colbertís large right wings keeping us warm and toasty. Find out when you can see him taking over The Late Show for the first time.