Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen
On paper, Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne — the queen bees of CBS' girly gabfest The Talk — couldn't be more different. Chen, a pedigreed journalist, spent years rising up the ranks at The Early Show and hosting Big Brother. Osbourne, meanwhile, has passed the last decade-plus morphing from music manager to reality-TV pioneer and variety-show judge. (Heck, even their husbands are practically from different planets: Chen is married to Leslie Moonves, the power-suited president and CEO of CBS; Osbourne has a 30-year union with rock icon Ozzy.) And yet...
Charlie Rose, Gayle King
Charlie Rose says his reputation as a night owl is greatly exaggerated. The co-host of the new CBS morning program (to be renamed from The Early Show) that will launch January 9 told reporters Tuesday that he's up everyday at 5 a.m. — a little late for morning television prep, but still...
Sorry, Oprah: CBS stole your BFF.
Gayle King is teaming with Charlie Rose and Erica Hill for CBS' new morning program that will replace The Early Show, the network officially announced Tuesday. Unfortunately for...
Charlie Rose, Gayle King
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...
The morning shows used to compete to have the splashiest street-level studios and big stunts. But now it's about being the next Morning Joe.
Heroes of the 88th Floor
The following is a roundup of programming in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Sunday, Aug. 28
George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview (10/9c, Nat Geo): The former president opens up over a two-day interview about his experiences during the hours and days following the attacks.
Objects and Memory (10/9c, PBS): Narrated by Frank Langella, the film examines the importance of items recovered after 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing and the Vietnam War.
Jennifer Hudson was treated for food poisoning shortly after a live performance on Good Morning America Friday.
Jennifer Hudson writing inspirational weight-loss memoir
The singer was experiencing ...
Julia Williams, Ted Williams
Ted Williams, the 53-year-old homeless man with a "voice of gold," has had an overwhelming week: After being plucked off the streets, he reunited with his mom after 10 years and has been fielding numerous job offers.
VIDEO: Homeless man's baritone lands dream job and house
"I wanted a nerve pill yesterday, to be honest with you," Williams said of his whirlwind week on Friday's Early Show.
After nearly 4,500 broadcasts on CBS, long-time Early Show anchor Harry Smith signed off the morning program for the last time Friday.
Smith's final edition featured a look back at his combined 17 years at the morning anchor desk. He described his feeling as "one of gratitude, absolute gratitude" and he thanked his family for dealing with his ...
Watch What Happens: Live
Instead of a monologue, there's a Mazel (and Jackhole) of the Week. Instead of coffee or water, the guests get cocktails from the on-set bar. And rather than musical performances from chart-toppers and Grammy winners, the tunes come courtesy of acts such as Real Housewives stars Kim Zolciak and Countess LuAnn de Lesseps.
Yes, Bravo's Watch What Happens: Live is far from your typical late-night show.
"We're Wayne's World meets Playboy After Dark," Andy Cohen, series host and Bravo senior vice president of production and programming, tells TVGuide.com.
Watch videos from Watch What Happens: Live
Now in its third season, Watch What Happens: Live is one of late-night's surprise hits. So far this season, the Bravo program has hosted...