Charlie Rose's interview with Syrian President Bashar Assad will air on The Charlie Rose Show on PBS Monday night, the same night as President Obama's televised interviews about proposed military intervention in Syria will be broadcast.
Legendary television host Charlie Rose will guest-star in the penultimate episode of Breaking Bad, The Huffington Post reports.
Charlie Rose and Gayle King will join CBS's The Early Show when the morning news program undergoes a major revamp next year, The New York Times reports.
The new two-hour format would go against...
NBC Universal President and CEO Jeff Zucker said Monday the company has made the right business decision in bringing former Tonight Show host Jay Leno back to his former 11: 35 timeslot, even as the move paves the way out for longtime NBC late-night personality Conan O'Brien.
"We think that Jay — who was the ratings champ in late night for almost 15 years — will go back to 11:35 and be ...
Question: Matt, first off, nice seeing you on Charlie Rose. I hope you and he might sit down and have an extended conversation some time. Secondly, as regards the moving of Bones to Friday, I think the reason fans are so alarmist can be summed up in two words: Firefly and Wonderfalls. I know that's how I feel.
Answer: Thanks for the Charlie Rose nod. That panel was fun, and once Charlie is fully recovered in his seat, it would be an honor to talk TV with him at length, should the opportunity arise. As for Bones moving to Friday next mid-season (should that even happen, which I'm skeptical about), I understand the trepidation regarding any good Fox show being shipped to that death slot. But keep in mind that Bones is a much more mainstream show than either Firefly or Wonderfalls, which would have been a risk on any night in any time period (except maybe after American Idol, and even then, imagine how bad they would look if they lost too much of the lead-in). Bones could work for Fox the