Michele Bachmann's campaign claims it has proof that CBS snubbed the Minnesota congresswoman during the latest Republican presidential debate.
Keith Nahigian, her campaign manager, posted an e-mail on her official Facebook page that was accidentally sent to the campaign from CBS News political analyst John Dickerson. In response to an e-mail about Bachmann appearing on a CBS webshow, Dickerson wrote, "let's keep it loose though since she's not going to get many questions and...
Justin Timberlake made good on his promise to attend a Marine Corps ball, Richmond's CBS affiliate reports.
Timberlake was asked to attend by Cpl. Kelsey De Santis, a Quantico, Va.-based Marine, via YouTube over the summer, and he...
She's American, but Emma Stone played host to a British invasion when she hosted Saturday Night Live for the second time. Besides musical guest Coldplay, Andrew Garfield made an appearance during her monologue when Stone had to break the news to Andy Samberg that Garfield, a Brit, will be playing the role of Spider-Man in next year's The Amazing Spider-Man film. "America is suffering record unemployment and we outsource Spider-Man to...
He's mastered the tribal council, but can Jeff Probst rule daytime?
The longtime Survivor host will officially debut his new daytime talk show, Jeff Probst, in the fall of 2012, CBS Television Distribution announced Thursday.
Jeff Probst inks daytime deal with CBS
The syndicated show has already been sold in more than 55 percent of the country for next fall. Hosted and executive-produced by Probst, the self-titled show will cover everything from...
Weeds just keeps coming back.
Showtime has renewed the stoner dramedy for an eighth season to premiere sometime next year, the cable network announced Thursday.
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Last season, which jumped ahead three years, saw Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) restart her pot-selling business in New York City and reunite with the rest of the Botwin clan (plus Doug) after her stint in federal prison for the murder of Pilar. The season ended on a...
Psych's Shawn (James Roday) has always been a little on the quirky side, but it looks like he many have finally gotten himself committed.
In Wednesday's episode, titled "Shawn, Interrupted" — an homage to the 1999 girls-gone-actually-crazy film Girl, Interrupted — Shawn must admit himself to a mental institution to keep an eye on a recently convicted murderer who pleaded insanity but they suspect to be completely, well, sane. But before he and Gus catch the bad guy, Shawn's got to...