CBS has announced premiere dates for its new and returning fall shows, including How I Met Your Mother, The Crazy Ones and NCIS.
Jonny Lee Miller
CBS has renewed a whopping 14 of its shows for the 2013-2014 season, the network announced on Wednesday.
In addition to the previously renewed NCIS and CSI, the network will bring back dramas NCIS: LA, Elementary, Person of Interest, Hawaii Five-0, The Mentalist, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife .
It was bound to happen: TV Guide Magazine has learned that Lifetime is planning a movie that will center on the scandalous Jodi Arias trial, which is still underway.
The Saturday premiere of 48 Hours (10/9c) marks the start of the CBS newsmagazine's 25th season. But executive producer Susan Zirinsky can think of far more important numbers connected with the program.
Cougar Town closed out its third season — and final one on ABC — Tuesday with a small bump.
The TBS-bound comedy averaged 3.5 million viewers and a 1.2 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic for its hour-long episode, up 20 percent from its last new episode ...
Two and a Half Men is Thursday-bound.
CBS is moving the sitcom from its longtime Monday home to Thursdays at 8:30/7:30c, following Chuck Lorre's other hit comedy The Big Bang Theory.
Taking Men's place on Mondays at 9/8c is 2 Broke Girls, which will be preceded by new comedy Partners.
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The Mentalist is also on the move, shifting into the Sundays-at-10 slot ...
I would never tire of looking at Starz's lush new period piece Magic City (Friday, 10/9c).
The Good Wife
CBS has renewed 15 shows for next season, the network announced Wednesday.
Bruce Beresford-Redman, the former Survivor producer who was charged with his wife's murder two years ago, says he did not kill her.
In his first interview — from a Mexican prison cell — Beresford-Redman tells 48 Hours Mystery that there are "no facts" to support claims that he killed his wife, Monica, who was found dead ...
Lara Logan, Charlie Rose
CBS News is bringing back Person to Person, the 1950s prime-time program that pioneered celebrity interviews and was hosted by legendary newsman Edward R. Murrow.
"We have dreamed about bringing a modern version of this great program ... back to CBS for years — and now it is happening," CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager said Thursday. ...