Letterman’s retiring at the end of the TV season, but the last few months on The Late Show are proving to be a little more tumultuous than most people expected. This week, his cue card guy was fired, here's why.
Almost immediately following HBO’s giant reveal that they’ll soon be giving audiences a cable-free streaming option, CBS has stepped in and taken away some of that thunder by unveiling and unleashing CBS All Access.
The Good Wife is starting to lose some of its key players. After Josh Charles left the CBS series in a shocking move towards the end of last season, the show managed to maintain most of the rest of its lineup heading into Season 6. However, on Wednesday, it was revealed Good Wife favorite Archie Panjabi, who plays Kalinda on the hit series, will be leaving at the end of the season.
Next year, Supergirl will air on CBS, and whoever is chosen to play Kara Zor-El will have a lot riding on her. Fortunately, Laura Vandervoort, who played Kara on Smallville from 2007-2011, has some advice for the next actress to wear the cape and 'S' shield, including acting tips and suggestions on footwear.
Charlie Sheen is a good chunk of the way through his Anger Management contract and another 10/90 order is probably not forthcoming. With Anger Management possibly set to end over the next several months, Sheen is busy looking for other opportunities and the actor recently spoke out to say he would love to return to Two And A Half Men during the show’s final season.
The local news is rarely high-quality television, but due to the fact that the local news airs live, it’s an unpredictable beast, filled with on-air flubs as well as the occasional F-bomb. Last night, CBS affiliate KTVA in Alaska had a reporter quit after admitting she was the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club she was reporting on.
As I get older, there are fewer and fewer times when I’m on the list of “smartest guys in the room,” and I’m okay with that. I don’t chew tables and I don’t try to walk with both feet going forward at the same time, so I do all right. In CBS’ revved-up new drama Scorpion, viewers enter the world of someone who is always the smartest guy within thousands of square miles of the room. His name is Walter O'Brien.
Wow, the Supergirl series is moving forward extremely quickly. Over a week ago we learned that superhero expert and popular producer Greg Berlanti was pitching a Supergirl series to the networks. Now, the project has landed a series commitment.
Madam Secretary brings Téa Leoni back to television as a strong-willed woman appointed to Secretary of State in the midst of a tragedy. It reads on the outset like a non-bipolar Homeland, but it’s not really like that show at all, and that’s a good thing.
While multi-camera sitcoms are the exception to the single camera rule on most networks, CBS has rarely swayed from this tried and true format, and their comedies stay on the air seemingly forever. They’ve added two more to their development slate, and both come from The Millers creator Greg Garcia.
After airing on television for nine seasons, How I Met Your Mother made its final bow on CBS last spring. It follows the natural order of things that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is now putting together the expected complete series set for fans, but on an even more fun note, the company has decided to give away a bunch of the props from the How I Met Your Mother set.
The last couple of weeks have been a PR nightmare for the NFL, following the lengthy spotlight on player Ray Rice after a tape was released showing aggravated assault against his now-wife. The NFL later pulled singer Rihanna from the intro to its Thursday Night Football schedule last week. Instead of quieting things down, pulling Rihanna from the opening sequence stirred the pot, and now the “We Found Love” singer is speaking out about her treatment by the NFL.
Halle Berry headed over to CBS this summer for the surprisingly consistent mystery series Extant, a project that led to Berry’s production company 606 Films forming a first-look deal with the network. The first fruit of that joint venture has surfaced in an untitled medical drama about a singular protagonist whose off-kilter approach to things is part of the draw.
CBS has already done pretty well with the adaptation of Stephen King’s Under the Dome, so it’s natural that the network would want to bid on another King adaptation.
Fans of Maggie Lawson should be pleased to find out that the actress is already coming back to television, as she’s snagged a recurring role on CBS’ Two and a Half Men, which is heading into its twelfth and final season. How sizeable is the audience shared by these two series?