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 ...
CBS News legend Mike Wallace was so competitive he even poached an interview from his son.
At Tuesday's memorial service for his father, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace recounted how in 1996, he booked comedian Chris Rock for a coveted sit-down on ABC's 20/20. At the last moment, Rock...
Sandra Oh and Kevin McKidd
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Question: I would love to know your thoughts on the Cristina/Owen storyline at this point in the season of Grey's Anatomy. It goes without saying that Sandra Oh and Kevin McKidd have been absolutely flawless and incredible in acting out their scenes together, particularly in last week's episode. However, do you think this is a case where the acting outshines and elevates the writing for the most part and makes it more nuanced that what is on the page of the script? While I enjoy watching Sandra and Kevin act opposite one another and while I will always root for Cristina/Owen to work it out in spite of their endless issues and this endless storyline, I feel that the writing has not been serving them or the characters we have come to know.
Bubba Watson's dramatic two-hole playoff Masters victory drove CBS to a win Sunday night.
Delaying CBS' prime-time lineup by 51 minutes, the Masters pushed the network to an average of 10.8 million viewers and a 2.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic.
An open letter to Once Upon a Time
NBC was the only network to ...
Mike Wallace, a correspondent for CBS' 60 Minutes for more than four decades, has died, The New York Times reports. He was 93 years old.
CBS announced Wallace's death Sunday morning on Face the Nation. Host Bob Schieffer said Wallace...
Charles Dutton and Juliana Margulies
CBS edged out ABC for the win Sunday night, once again fueled by a March Madness-skewed prime-time lineup.
The final regional game between the Kansas Jayhawks and North Carolina Tar Heels delayed the ...
Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time led the way as Sunday's top show, but a March Madness-skewed CBS won the night.
After taking a big fall last week, the fairy-tale drama was flat, drawing 8.57 million viewers and a 2.9 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic to claim honors as the top-rated show of the night. Along with Desperate Housewives (8.99 million, 2.5), and GCB (6.28 million, 2.0), both of which ...
The Good Wife
CBS has renewed 15 shows for next season, the network announced Wednesday.
Alison Sweeney and Ali Landry
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Friends Ali Landry and Alison Sweeney, aka The Alis, wanted more quality time with their busy Hollywood gal pals who juggled their careers with motherhood. Thus, a series of themed dinner parties was born, which evolved into TV Guide Network's five-part series, Hollywood Girls Night, premiering Sunday at 9/8c.
The soundtrack for the last week in TV — and virtually every other medium — was provided by the late and lavishly lamented Whitney Houston. Her sudden, untimely death on the eve of the Grammys helped boost that annual spectacular to its highest ratings since the peak of the Thriller furor (a statistic reminding us of the equally resounding loss of Michael Jackson in 2009). LL Cool J, the Grammys' engaging host, opened the show with a prayer — when's the last time that happened? — as the proceedings took on the feel of a celebration and memorial, when they weren't busy crowning Adele the new Queen of Pop. (And how much fun was she on 60 Minutes?)