The new CBS series, “Madam Secretary,” debuted before just under 15 million viewers on Sunday night, the most-watched scripted offering of a week where a handful of new fall series began showing up on broadcast network schedules.
Don Pardo, 96, was the announcer for the show for nearly 40 years, introducing the show’s cast as well as the week’s host and musical guest with a unmistakable tone.
CBS is taking a wide-open approach to replacing Craig Ferguson in late-night, including the possibility of a host from politics, CBS Entertainment chief Nina Tassler said Thursday.
The Emmy race for Outstanding Comedy Series is a tight one this year, but it’s likely to come down to The Big Bang Theory, 30 Rock, and Louie for the top honor. Which show will Emmy voters choose for the prize?
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR will return to NBC in 2015, ending its eight-year partnership with both ESPN and Turner Sports. The 10-year deal with NBC Sports Group announced Tuesday begins in 2015 and gives the […]
For now, “Do you believe in miracles?” has been replaced with “Have you been drinking?”
The week begins with Don’s weekend recap, including how Janet tricked him into exercising, the ATM freak out at Sam’s Club, and how he has about 70 pairs of underwear, but can’t seem to get […]
Justin Bartha, who’s new show “New Normal” premieres tonight on NBC, talks about playing a gay man on TV, and being a part of the very successful “Hangover” series.