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Most of the attention paid to Agatha Christie revolves around eccentric detective Hercule Poirot, but the legendary mystery writerís second most famous creation, Miss Marple, isnít exactly a slouch either. She was the subject of a dozen novels, some short stories, a few long-running TV shows and now, apparently an upcoming CBS adaptation with one big change.
While most networks have a late night talk show or two that compete against each other, the men behind the shows have built something of a little fraternity. They publicly support each other when a new one starts out and often say goodbye when one of them leaves. Usually.
You donít need a magnifying glass or a beginnerís detective handbook to know that it was only a matter of time before the small screen took another crack and bringing the iconic female sleuth Nancy Drew to audiences. Itís happening now at CBS.
When Zoo kicked off on CBS earlier this summer, it didnít earn the best reviews, but most viewers who were on board initially did seem to stick with the show for the rest of the season.
Morgan Freeman's distinctively deep and smooth voice is a sound that can calm us on even the most stressful days, but the actor, who has no problem finding work in blockbuster big films, has recently branched out to the smaller screen, and he has the perfect reasoning for his decision.
f youíve been paying attention, youíll know that a slew of classic shows are getting brought into the modern age, and the latest of these is the 1980s action-adventure drama MacGyver. Weíre assuming that all anyone needs to get this going is a paper clip, three rubber bands and a cheese grater.
The original CSI may have ended its run just a few short days ago, but for one main CSI cast member, the ride isnít over yet. Since George Eads and Elisabeth Shue left the CBS drama even before the big event, you may know the person who is heading to CSI: Cyber this week.
Luckily, the staffing problems didnít last long. Partway through the premiere episode, we were introduced to Dr. Tara Lewis (Aisha Tyler), a hard worker and profiler looking to get into the field. She's only signed on for a few episodes, but...
A while ago, Paget Brewsterís role was reduced and A.J. Cook was displaced on a whim by CBS and then returned to the show on another whim by CBS. It was a rough time for Brewster, especially, who ended up leaving the show after her contract played out.
A lot of reality shows coming out today sound like carbon copies of previous series, just with one weird twist thrown in. But CBSí newest project, Hunted, is like the ultimate form of adult hide-and-seek and sounds like nothing weíve ever seen before. Well, except for the show it's based on.
Criminal Minds was already a pretty big hit for CBS when Paget Brewster joined the criminal profiling team. In a recent interview, the actress says she was stoked about getting the chance to audition for the series. Hereís how she nailed the audition and got the role.†
The Big Bang Theory has brought the cast fame and money. However, recently, The Big Bang Theoryís Kaley Cuoco said in an interview that she absolutely hates watching old episodes of the show that made her a household name. Hereís what she has to say.
When CSI was officially cancelled by CBS last spring, it was a pretty big bummer that was softened almost immediately by the announcement that a 2-hour finale movie would come into play. And it ended up being a two-hour movie that a slew of fans who may have picked up CSI and left at some point, could all enjoy.
Spoilers from the Big Brother 17 finale ahead!†For those keeping up with the Big Brother live feeds, going into tonight's finale, it seemed pretty clear that we would see either Vanessa or Steve in the finale two, and one of those two would probably win the game.
A ratings juggernaut for 15 seasons, when CSI takes its last bow, it will leave behind a lengthy legacy, including three spinoffs (two which have already ended) and more. However, it almost never happened.