Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger
Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger III, the pilot behind the 2009 "Miracle on the Hudson" landing, is joining CBS News as an aviation and safety expert, the network announced Thursday.
Sullenberger, 60, rose to international fame for helping save 155 lives on January 15, 2009 when he and his crew safely landed US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River after...
Katie Couric signed off as the anchor of CBS Evening News on Thursday, calling the last five years an "incredible journey."
It was business as usual for most of Couric's last night behind the desk, which kicked off with a piece from her Evening News successor Scott Pelley. The broadcast also included a rare interview with...
Robin Tunney, Simon Baker
The word game-changer gets thrown around a lot, but The Mentalist's bold Season 3 finale, which finally puts Patrick Jane face to face with serial-killer nemesis Red John, is a giant moment for the CBS drama.
She's been called lazy. She's been called a coattail-rider. But no matter what Survivor castaways and fans said about Natalie Tenerelli, it was her passive game play and her unflinching devotion to "Boston Rob" Mariano that earned her a spot in the final three. Unfortunately, these two traits were also her downfall and she received zero votes from the jury (she even came in behind Phillip Sheppard, which is really saying something). The 19-year-old professional dancer spoke with TVGuide.com about why she decided not to throw Rob under the bus, how she feels about the jury's — especially Julie Wolfe's — harsh words and why she wasn't as lazy as people think...
A.J. Cook, Joe Mantegna
It wasn't hard for the writers of Criminal Minds to find inspiration for the show's Season 6 finale.
It's been a year of surprising cast shakeups and general uncertainty for the show, and Wednesday's finale (9/8c, CBS) speaks to that. "The writers cleverly decided ...
The pink briefs. The feather accessories. The rice argument that turned into the racism rant 'heard round the country. It was hard for any of the newbies from Survivor: Redemption Island to get a word in edgewise next to favorites "Boston Rob" Mariano and Russell Hantz, but Phillip Sheppard not only got in a few words in — he stole the season thanks to his crazy wardrobe choices, violent temper and some messages from beyond the grave from his grandfather. Despite his bizarre antics — or maybe because of them — the 52-year-old former federal agent made it to the final three and even, surprisingly, scored one vote. Phillip talked with TVGuide.com about his "brilliant move" coming up with his outlandish persona, his true friendship with Rob and giving Steve Wright the benefit of the doubt about the racially charged argument. Plus: Would he return...
Tuesday's season finale of NCIS won't allow Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team much time to mourn the sad death of Mike Franks (Muse Watson).
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As shown in the closing moments of last week's episode, E.J. Barrett (Sarah Jane Morris) and her team were on the wrong end of the Port-to-Port Killer's gun. Regardless of how that all works out, the deadly turns continue when P2P, aka Lt. Jonas Cobb (guest star Kerr Smith), gets his hands on Ziva (Cote de Pablo). That not only puts DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) on high alert, but also brings about the return of Ziva's CIA boyfriend, Ray (Enrique Murciano).
"We brought everybody in and they all join forces," executive producer Gary Glasberg tells TVGuide.com...