CBS and Nielsen have reached a new deal, ending an impasse that began at the start of the new year. Ratings measurement services returning to CBS and cable networks, effective immediately.
NBC has renewed "Days of our Lives" for a landmark 55th season. The series is the longest running series on the network.
CBS and Nielsen are still at odds, and the house "Y&R" and "B&B" is ready to jump to rival ComScore with its Rentrak measurement service readily available.
"The Bold and the Beautiful" is celebrating 8,000 episodes on Friday, January 4. So, what other accomplishments has the soap made over the years?
CBS and Nielsen have failed to reach a new contract agreement, leaving the network scrambling to come up with a solution for advertisers.
Verizon has reached a deal with The Walt Disney Company, halting a potential blackout of ABC, ESPN and Disney Channel programming, among others, to millions of U.S. households.
A dispute between Disney and Verizon could spell disaster for fans of "General Hospital," and other ABC, ESPN and Disney Channel programs.
"The Young and the Restless" actors Kristoff St. John and Eric Braden promise big changes to come at soap opera.
While word of Mal Young's replacements at the top of "The Young and the Restless" has leaked, the soap and its producers remain mum in making it official.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences names Adam Sharp as its new president and CEO.
As "The Young and the Restless" celebrates 30 consecutive years as daytime's most-watched drama series, its continued success means even brighter days on CBS.
Actor Michael Weatherly ("Loving") cost CBS $9.5 million after comments made about actress Eliza Dushku on the set of "Bull."
CBS Television City sold for $750 million. "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "The Young and the Restless" are produced there.