March Madness to Expand to 68 Teams in 2011; Will Stay on CBS Through 2024

March Madness

The NCAA announced Thursday that it has signed a 14-year, $10.8 billion deal with CBS and Turner Broadcasting.

The deal signals several changes to coverage of the annual college basketball tournament. Next year will mark the tournament's basic-cable debut, as well as the first year every game will be broadcast live. March Madness will also be expanded from 65 teams to 68 teams — not the reported expansion to... read more

Miami Medical's Omar Gooding: Friday Night Slot Is a "Good Thing"

Miami Medical

A Friday prime-time slot isn't so prime anymore, but Omar Gooding isn't worried about Miami Medical.

"I actually think being on Friday is a good thing," Gooding tells "I know I'm probably in the minority who think that, but CBS has done ...
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Yet Another CBS Show for Julie Chen?

Julie Chen

After making her mark on morning news and prime time, Julie Chen has set her sights on daytime.

The Early Show anchor and Big Brother host will shoot a View-like talk-show pilot for CBS next month that will be geared toward ..
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Ratings: Glee Keeps on Rocking; Parenthood Grows


Fox's one-two punch of American Idol and Glee led the network to another Tuesday night ratings win.

The Madonna-themed episode of Glee expressed itself to 13.5 million viewers and was the night's highest-rated scripted series among the adults-18-to-49 demographic. The show only lost 5 percent in the demo compared to its record-setting return last week, and it did it following a weaker American Idol (19.1 million viewers), which was down 8 percent from the previous week... read more

David Hasselfhoff Returning to The Young and the Restless

David Hasselhoff

David Hasselhoff will return to The Young and the Restless, has confirmed.

The actor will reprise his role as Dr. William "Snapper" Foster Jr. for a short arc that is set to air in mid-June. Hasselhoff portrayed Snapper on the CBS soap opera from 1975-1982 before landing his star-making turn in Knight Rider.

David Hasselhoff departing America's Got Talent

"Playing Snapper in 850 shows during the six years I appeared molded my craft, my attitude and my work ethic," Hasselhoff said in a statement. "Being asked ...
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How I Met Your Mother Episode Recap: "Home Wreckers"

Ted's mother gets married to Clint (last seen in Season 2's "How Lily Stole Christmas") and the pair immediately start skeeving out Ted with their completely inappropriate behavior. Unable to handle the fact that his mom is on her second marriage before he's on his first, Ted rushes out and impulsively buys a house. Is it truly the house of his dreams ... or a total nightmare?

Future Ted tells his kids that everyone has one impulsive moment that changes their lives forever. We're about to hear the story of his. It all starts with a visit from Ted's mom (Heroes' Cristine Rose) and her boyfriend, Clint (Harry Groener, recognizable to Buffy fans everywhere as the Mayor of Sunnydale). read more

Drew Carey Developing Hidden Camera Show WTF!

Drew Carey

Drew Carey and CBS are teaming up to develop a new hidden-camera show tentatively titled WTF!, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Check out photos of Carey through the years

In WTF — which in this case stands for the family-friendly Wow That's Funny! — Carey and a group of undercover comedic agents will ... read more

Survivor's Courtney: I'm Proud to Have Been on Russell's Team

Courtney Yates

After spending many challenges on the bench, Courtney Yates joined Benjamin "Coach" Wade on the jury bench after getting voted out of Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains on Thursday. After narrowly avoiding elimination last week, when ally Sandra Diaz-Twine persuaded Russell Hantz to go another way, Courtney says her ouster came as no surprise, even though it stings right before the merger between the two tribes. The 29-year-old Yates spoke with about Sandra's underestimated strength as a player, her feelings about Russell and why Jeff Probst was... read more

Miami Medical's Mike Vogel Has a Trick Up His Scrubs in Handling the Medical Jargon

Miami Medical

The jargon on medical procedurals can be a mouthful. Miami Medical star Mike Vogel, who plays Dr. Chris "C" Deleo, has a trick up his scrubs to utter the words.

"You do your best at the beginning of an episode to look up all the terms so that when you say it, you don't look like a complete idiot," Vogel tells "It sort of becomes a... read more

Kristin Kreuk Divorces Hitched, Sara Fletcher Nabs Role

Sara Fletcher

Kristin Kreuk has been un-Hitched.

The Smallville star, who recently appeared on Chuck, was set to headline Josh Schwartz's romantic comedy pilot Hitched on CBS, but was replaced at the last minute by... read more

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