It’s safe to say that Netflix has grown into a monolithic multi-media monster. Yet, as often as that fact is discussed, the true breadth of its growth is probably not something that is widely conceived. But their Q1 earnings for 2015 prove they're king of the mountain.
CBS is about to give fans a blast from the past. The latest special on the network will harken back to the era of canned laughter and physical comedy. The network announced today that it will air an I Love Lucy Superstar Special.
David Letterman has been in the game longer than most, and it makes sense that his laundry list of people he would want to interview on The Late Show before he retires would be longer than others. In fact, Letterman has special guests planned for his final 28 broadcasts on the air.
The average network morning shows pop up on your screens bright and early and are full of overly-chipper hosts. As a result, hard news tends to be mixed with fluff stories. A recent look at morning shows revealed the programs spend a lot of time plugging other projects connected to the network.
As the trailer for the spinoff illuminates, the “Beyond Borders” episode will feature a family who is kidnapped by a psychopath when their vacation goes awry. Give the first trailer a watch after the jump.
Person of Interest has had a pretty interesting fourth season over at CBS, but now the drama has plans to re-introduce a fan-favorite character. New reports indicate that Taraji P. Henson, who played Joss Carter on the series, has booked a guest stint on the drama.
Perhaps it’s a weird form of sadism, but we love when things go wrong on game shows. Not seriously wrong, like the Wheel of Fortune wheel spinning out of control and taking out half of the audience, but more like this video.
Not all April Fools' jokes are garbage, thankfully, as proven by The Price is Right (of all places), which shocked the Plinko chips out of an adoring crowd by bringing Bob Barker back for a surprise visit.
Good news, folks, the Criminal Minds spinoff is getting some traction, and fans of the franchise will be able to see what it is about much sooner than later. And now we know a lot more about what it will be about. Go ahead and squeal a little.
There are few things funnier than watching Will Ferrell take over a room with his comedy. That’s exactly what happened on Wednesday night when the actor and comedian busted out the Star Trek Theme Song on James Corden’s Late Late Show.
This pilot season, the actor has signed on with CBS to put together a brand new comedy pilot. The pilot is still untitled, but it is notable thanks to the character that Brody will be playing. The project will feature Brody playing a 40-year-old man.
One of the people who was front and center during Sheen’s time of trouble was Two and A Half Men actor Jon Cryer, who recently spoke out about Sheen’s erratic behavior during his final days on set.
One question we’ve had on the casting front has been about who Dean Cain and Helen Slater will be playing. Now, new evidence indicates that Cain and Slater have signed on for pretty big roles.
For former Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter, finding a permanent TV gig has been something of a challenge, but she's stumbled on her best chance yet as she’s been added to the cast of Limitless.
CBS is on a renewal spree right now. The Eye Network announced a couple of comedy show renewals this morning, and now has tacked on a third comedy that will definitely be returning next TV season.