It’s been a busy week for the upcoming Supergirl TV series, which has been adding cast members left and right. Now two more actors have joined on, but unlike the rest, they aren’t new to the world of Superman.
While we already know who'll be playing the titular role in CBS' upcoming Supergirl series, there are many roles left to fill. Now we know who will star as two of the biggest players in the series: a loved one and a potential enemy.
CBS has started to put together a pretty compelling summer lineup. Today, the network announced that three of its original programs will be returning this summer, along with a brand new TV series based on a bestseller by James Patterson.
Casting is already well underway for CBS’ upcoming series Supergirl, but on Wednesday the casting team added a wrinkle into the mix that has to do with a square-jawed man who may or may not fight crime. Here's the latest on the Supergirl series.
It was announced today that Ally McBeal actress Calista Flockhart has joined Supergirl as this key character in the main cast.
Although there has been a lot of recently about the Earth-based characters in the upcoming Supergirl TV series, we’ve barely heard anything about how Kara Zor-El’s Kryptonian heritage will play a role in the series…until now.
Even if you weren’t one of the 13 million souls who tuned in to watch the Two and a Half Men finale, by now you’ve probably heard that Charlie Sheen did not make a grand appearance last night. But after the final episode ended, Lorre revealed exactly why the highly hyped cameo did not come about.
Like her famous cousin, Supergirl’s costume is visually distinctive. For her upcoming TV series, no official details or pictures have been released about her costume, but now we know one element from the comics will probably be kept for live-action: the cape.
Charlie Sheen has been openly talking about the possibility of a return to Two and a Half Men for months, and with tonight’s series finale looming, the network has released a trailer for the brand new episode, which is rolling with the title "Of Course He's Dead - Part One and Part Two" and the sub-title “Charlie Harper is alive. Or is he?”
As the history of television has taught us, the first episode of a series can often be the worst in retrospect. And when it comes to CBS' update on The Odd Couple, we can only hope that's the case.
The longtime 60 Minutes correspondent and CBS News foreign reporter Bob Simon died today, leaving behind an award-filled legacy that saw him reporting on wars and conflicts all over the world.
Laverne Cox has become one of the more dominant faces representing the incredibly popular Netflix series Orange is the New Black. And beyond the strides she’s made in LGBT awareness, Cox’s acting chops have become increasingly impressive over the last two seasons, so much so that other TV networks have noticed and the actress just scored a co-starring role in CBS Drama pilot Doubt.
Brian Williams has opted to cancel an appearance on The Late Show shortly after stepping down from NBC Nightly News for an undetermined period of time. Both incidents stem from allegations that a story the news anchor has been telling for years has actually been false.
We can’t wait for Fillion’s big appearance on the CBS comedy The Big Bang Theory, but in the meantime, we figured we would go through our favorite guest stars who have popped up on the show, and rank them by sheer awesomeness and utilization in the plot.
The Mentalist had a major shakeup during tonight's episode. The following article features plenty of spoilers, so please stop reading if you haven’t caught the episode, yet. Are you still with us? Good, let’s talk about tonight’s shocking series of events.