Andy Rooney, who delivered wry and crotchety observations on 60 Minutes for 33 years, has died. He was 92.
Rooney died Friday in New York after complications from unspecified minor surgery, CBS said. He had been in stable condition ...
The CBS Eye turns 60 Thursday. And it's still not showing its age.
While various network logos have evolved over the years, including NBC's peacock, CBS' Eye has undergone just a few, small tweaks. It premiered during the network's station breaks on Oct. 20, 1951. CBS announced that it will mark the anniversary of the logo on the air, CBS.com and CBSNews.com. Thursday's prime time will start with an on-air spot showcasing the various CBS logos throughout the years. At the top of the two subsequent hours, the original logo and the date it first aired will be shown.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer looms large over Sarah Michelle Gellar. This fall, more than eight years after she last played the droll demon fighter, she'll return to prime time as the star of another series, The CW's neo-noir mystery Ringer.
Speaking to reporters at Comic-Con Thursday, before she took the stage to promote Ringer, Gellar said she knows that she'll have to convince Buffy fans that this very different project — in which she plays twins! — will be worth their time. "I'm not trying to re-create Buffy and I'm not trying to top it," she said. "I'm trying to do something that the fans, who have been so good to me, will love. I'm a television watcher, and this is the kind of show that I would watch."
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Charlie Sheen continued to blast CBS and Warner Bros. TV in what he said was his final Sheen's Korner webcast, calling his firing from Two and a Half Men "illegal and unconscionable."
"What has occurred, yes, in fact is a completely and entirely illegal and unconscionable act," Sheen said on Tuesday's broadcast. "Or, to quote my lawyer, 'really sh---y sh---y suck suck.'"
Charlie Sheen calls Jon Cryer a "turncoat;" Holland Taylor remembers a "polite" and "courtly" Sheen
The actor — who earlier Tuesday called former co-star Jon Cryer a "turncoat" for not reaching out to him — then lashed out at his former bosses, or as he called it the "unwanted list": CBS CEO Les Moonves, Warner Bros. Television Group President Bruce Rosenblum and Men creator Chuck Lorre.
"Les Than Goonves," Sheen called Moonves. "Part scoundrel, part ...
Roseanne Barr took to her blog Monday to defend Charlie Sheen and took multiple digs at his Two and a Half Men boss (and former Roseanne series writer) Chuck Lorre.
"I never really worked with [Lorre], as he was mostly drunk when he was on my show," the former sitcom star wrote on her blog, which also alleged she fired Lorre for...