The series comes from Robert and Michelle King, acclaimed creators and executive producers of “The Good Wife.”
Some of the biggest pop culture figures of the ’70s will be honored by the ceremony.
Get ready people, because actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is joining the critically-acclaimed CBS drama “The Good Wife.”
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.
This year, CBS will be presenting its own blockbuster programming with shows like “Zoo” and “Limitless” as well as a special reading of William Shatner’s autobiography.
Audrey Middleton, a 25-year-old digital media consultant from Villa Rica, Georgia, will be the first transgender houseguest on “Big Brother” in its 17th season.
Summer is upon us, which means one thing: The return of “Big Brother!”
Julie Chen hosts “CBS Summer Preview,” the networks’s first digital special highlighting its original summer programming, now available on demand on multiple platforms.
As it did last year, CBS has announced a multi-phase launch of its fall lineup with programs set to premiere between the months of September and November 2015.
Confidence is key for any late-night television host, and Colbert’s new song shows he’s got plenty. Listen and see if you agree.
Here are 10 memorable moments, including some you didn’t see on TV.
The dazzling London import “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” has won the best play Tony Award, while “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home” were each leading the race Sunday night for most-decorated musical.
“Fun Home,” which goes into Sunday’s Tony Awards tied for the most nominations, doesn’t sound like it has the makings of a hit in New York, much less on the road.
Strange as it may sound, Stephen Schwartz has never won a Tony Award.
The all-star list of presenters for the 69th Annual Tony Awards is getting longer with the addition of big names like Jennifer Lopez, Nick Jonas and Harry Connick, Jr.