Bradley Cooper has been on stage in London but keeping an eye on “Limitless,” a new TV series version of his 2011 big-screen film.
The producers of “Supergirl” say Melissa Benoist was the first actress they saw for the role of Kara Zor-El, the caped cousin of Superman.
Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Jane Lynch hosts “CBS Fall Preview” on Monday, September 7th.
The series comes from Robert and Michelle King, acclaimed creators and executive producers of “The Good Wife.”
Looking for a new beach getaway spot this summer? Wendy Francis, author of “The Summer Of Good Intentions,” shares her top 6 beach escapes that you might not know about.
On the CBS sci-fi drama, “Extant,” Halle Berry plays an astronaut who spends a year alone in space, only to return to Earth and find out she’s been impregnated.
New York Times best-selling author James Patterson is known all across the globe for his books. Many of them have been turned into movies and one of his dozens of books has been made into the summer’s hottest new show.
Julie Chen hosts “CBS Summer Preview,” the networks’s first digital special highlighting its original summer programming, now available on demand on multiple platforms.
Stephen Colbert won’t start hosting “The Late Show” until September, but he’s already started gearing for his CBS debut.
The murder of a 23-year-old local woman was unsolved for 34 years, even though police had five suspects.
Her portrayal of a nonstop singing, dancing and silly Hollywood starlet in “On the Twentieth Century” has earned Chenoweth her third Tony nomination.
Six-time Emmy Award winner and one of the stars of CBS’s hit sitcom “Mom,” Allison Janney joined Robert Mangino and Shelley Duffy on the Afternoon News.
Before last year’s Masters CBS Local Sports sat down with CBS’s golf analysts to discuss rising star Jordan Spieth in an episode of Golf Fan Essentials.
Emmy Award-Winning talk show host, creator and producer Tyra Banks to host “The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards” on POP, Sunday, April 26th at 8pm ET/PT.
James Corden began his foray as the “Late Late Show” host with a schoolboy’s giggle and a bid to endear himself to viewers as a nice English bloke looking for a little American TV love.