'Playing A Villain Is More Fun And Interesting Than Playing A Good Guy': Michael Emerson On Role In New CBS Show 'Evil'One of the stars of the new CBS drama 'Evil' discusses why he enjoys playing the villain more than the good guy.
VIDEO: CBS Premiere Week Boasts Returning Favorites And A Host Of New Additions
CBS Unveils Brand New Fall Television LineupCBS2's Alex Denis got a sneak peek at the network’s fall preview.
Check Out These Other Amazing 'Finds'On Thursday, CBS13 brought you the story of Jill James, who found $14,000 in cash blowing down the road in Auburn. James turned the money over to police, who quickly reunited it with its owner. And check these out!
'Young Sheldon' Renewed For 2 More SeasonsYoung Sheldon has had quite a sophomore year—so good, we're getting two more seasons of the hit comedy!
Grammy Nominations 2019: Full List Of Nominees
What's In The GRAMMY Swag Bag This Year?It's one of the most coveted gift bags in entertainment every year.
2018 Year-In-Review: 10 Most Talked About Stories Of The YearThese stories, both good and bad, had us talking the most in 2018.
CBS Sells Television City In LA To Developer For $750 MillionCBS says it has sold Television City, its Los Angeles headquarters and production facility, to a real estate developer for $750 million.
Get In The Spirit With Holiday Specials On CBS: How To Watch, When To WatchGet away from some of the holiday stress by joining CBS for some good old-fashioned family holiday cheer.
2019 Grammy Award Nominees AnnouncedCardi B, Drake and Black Panther are all up for "Album Of The Year" at the 61st annual Grammy Awards.
Leslie Moonves Departs As Chief Of CBS, Financial Package To Be Withheld Pending InvestigationCBS and Moonves will donate $20 million to one or more organizations that support the #MeToo movement and equality for women in the workplace.
Patrick Stewart To Reprise 'Star Trek' Role In New CBS SeriesPatrick Stewart is boldly going where he's been before — "Star Trek."
CBS Responds To Report Of Misconduct By CEO Les MoonvesThe Independent Directors of CBS have responded to reports of an upcoming story expected to allege misconduct on the part of CEO Les Moonves.