Big Brother — which attracted its biggest viewership in seven years this summer — will be back for a 14th season, CBS announced Wednesday.
The show, hosted by Julie Chen, puts a group of people in a camera-rigged house where they are taped 24 hours a day as they compete for the $500,000 grand prize.
Former Saturday Night Live star Molly Shannon will serve as a guest host for The Talk this month, Deadline reports.
Shannon will debut at the table Tuesday
As expected, Leah Remini will not be returning to The Talk for its second season, she confirmed on Twitter.
"It is official: I am sorry to say that I have NOT been asked back on the show. Sorry to my fans...
Two more Talkers down...
Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete are not expected to return for the second season of CBS' The Talk, according to Deadline.com.
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Sharon Osbourne has confirmed the rumor that she'll be talking a break from CBS' lady-bunch gabfest The Talk after just one season. However, she tells AOL TV that contrary to popular belief, unrest amongst her co-stars is not the reason for her departure.
"I've kept it no secret that I really miss my husband," she claims...
What's Julie Chen doing inside the Big Brother house? To help kick off the 13th season of the CBS reality hit (premiering Thursday at 9/8c) the one and only Chenbot spent four hours playing the game with her chatty cohorts from The Talk before the real contestants showed up. Footage of that will air on The Talk Thursday. Chen gave TV Guide Magazine the scoop.
TV Guide Magazine: You've hosted Big Brother since 2000 but we always see you outside the house playing puppet-master. How'd it feel to be a contestant?
Chen: I was so excited! After all these years of hosting, I finally got to play the game and I was so ready! The day we got our official instruction sheet with all the ground rules I felt like the houseguests do when they're ...
Get ready for a summer of "Double Trouble" when CBS' Big Brother returns July 7.
Season 13 of the summer reality show will feature eight new faces along with duos from past seasons. Together they'll live in a camera-rigged Venice Beach-inspired house and have their lives taped 24 hours a day as they compete for the $500,000 grand prize.
Cheers to The Talk for providing the perfect midday drinking game.
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Every time the anchor of CBS' mom-centric chat show, Julie Chen, mentions how many children a guest has...
Big Brother 13 will premiere Thursday, July 7 at 9/8c, CBS announced Tuesday.
In addition, the network's new reality series, Same Name — in which stars trade lives with Average Joes who share their monikers — will premiere Sunday, July 24 at 9/8c.
CBS picks up reality series Same Name
As usual, Big Brother, hosted by Julie Chen, will air three times ...