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Exclusive: Chuck Lorre Unveils Censored Vanity Cards for His New Book

When Chuck Lorre created Dharma & Greg in 1997, he (like all showrunners) was given a second at the end of each episode to flash a vanity card — usually a logo of the writer's production company. But Lorre decided to use the time to quietly run an essay about interference from the network.

It was the age before DVRs, so few noticed. Lorre kept on...read more

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Year Title Description
2009 AFI Life Achievement Award TV Show Series, Appearing
2006 Charlie Rose: Episode Episode, Guest
2005 Iconoclasts: Brian Grazer on Sumner Redstone
Season 1, Episode 3
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2002 Intimate Portrait: Sherry Lansing Episode, Remarks by
2001 Larry King Weekend: Episode Episode, Guest

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CBS Boss Moonves Signs New 5-Year Deal

CBS President Leslie Moonves has signed a deal to stay in his job through February 2015.

"Leslie is a superb executive who has led CBS to a position of unparalleled leadership in the industry," CBS Corp. Chairman Sumner Redstone said. "This agreement not only secures the future of the company for many years to come, it also further aligns and strengthens the... read more

Sumner Redstone: "CSI Will Beat the Hell Out of" Prime-Time Leno

CBS's executive chairman doesn't think Jay Leno's new prime-time NBC show stands much of a chance.

Speaking with Larry King during a session at the Milken Institute Global Conference Wednesday, Sumner Redstone was confident in his network's ability to trump Leno, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"CSI will beat the hell out of him," Redstone said, referring to CBS' top-rated show... read more

Redstone Won't Keep Cruise from Fourth Mission

Despite cutting ties with Tom Cruise in 2006 Viacom Inc and CBS Corp chairman Sumner Redstone said he has no problem with the actor continuing to star in Paramounts Mission Impossible franchise Viacom is Paramounts parent companyCiting recent conduct Redstone severed a 14-year relationship with Cruise after his couch-jumping appearance on Oprah and verbal slugfest with Todays Matt Lauer kicking Cruise and his producing partner off the Paramount Pictures lot But according to the AP Redstone told a reporter at a conference in South Korea that he will not keep Cruise who is already in talks to star in the fourth Impossible film from returning to the franchiseI consider Tom Cruise a great actor and a good friend Redstone said And if Paramount decides and they will make the decision to move ahead with him I will not objectDo you think Redstone made a mistake by cutting Tom loose to begin with Are you psyched for a Mission Impossible 4 Ada read more

Judge Dismisses the Majority of Dan Rather's Lawsuit

Former CBS Evening News anchor Dan Rather's $70 million lawsuit against his former employers may still make it to court, but it won't be packing nearly as much punch. Manhattan judge Ira Gammerman dismissed four of the seven claims made in Rather's lawsuit, particularly those that name Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone (Viacom is CBS' former parent company), CBS president Leslie Moonves and former CBS News president Andrew Heyward. Rather's lawsuit, which was filed in September, claimed that he was treated unfairly by CBS News after a September 2004 broadcast about the military service of President Bush in Vietnam was proven to be flawed. He also claimed his reputation in the final months of his contract was damaged because he was made a "scapegoat" in an effort to appease the Bush administration.With the dismissal, the suit has now been boiled down to a garden-variety contract dispute. With all of the sensational political accusations and sought punitive damages dismissed, the remai... read more

Dan Rather Sues CBS for $70 Million

Dan Rather is suing his former network over the aftermath of his flawed report on President Bush's National Guard service.The September 2004 story produced for the newsmagazine 60 Minutes II led to Rather’s departure from the CBS Evening News anchor chair in March 2005. Now working at the cable outlet HDNet, Rather has filed a $70 million lawsuit, which names CBS Corp. president and CEO Leslie Moonves, Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone and former CBS News president Andrew Heyward as plaintiffs. The suit claims the network violated his contract by not giving him a more prominent role on 60 Minutes.Rather’s last deal with CBS News stipulated that when he left the Evening News anchor chair he would be the lead correspondent for 60 Minutes II. Once that program was canceled, Rather joined the signature edition of the newsmagazine on Sunday, where he was to be a regular correspondent. The lawsuit says he was used far less than the other correspondents on the broadcast.The suit al... read more

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