Angelica McDaniel is out as head of CBS Daytime after her position was folded into the current programming department, headed by Amy Reisenbach. ABC and NBC made similar decisions in recent years relating to their daytime programming.
Marie Osmond is officially joining “The Talk” as a co-host. Watch as she’s given a warm welcome by the other co-hosts and audience members during the big announcement.
CBS renews its entire daytime lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and “The Talk” for the 2019-2020 television season.
CBS Daytime to feature title cards at the end of each show’s broadcast honoring the life of the late Kristoff St. John. (Neil Winters, “The Young and the Restless”).
Sara Gilbert announced at the top of today’s broadcast of “The Talk” that she is leaving the series at the end of the current ninth season.
Shemar Moore, Mishael Morgan and Victoria Rowell arent’ the only ones returning to pay their respects to Kristoff St. John and his character, Neil Winters, on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless.” Find out who else is returning, and who isn’t.
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.
CBS’ “The Young and the Restless” is on its way to celebrating 30 consecutive years as daytime’s most watched daily drama series.
Former CBS Daytime head honcho Barbara Bloom is heading back to daytime television, this time as part of the writing team at “General Hospital.”
CBS’ “The Talk” is set to kick off its eighth season — its first since season two without co-host Aisha Tyler — on Monday, September 11. So what should fans expect as the new season launches with just four co-hosts? And when will they announce who will take on the fifth chair, and does it have to be a woman? First, you can expect an even greater show experience. Second, yes, there will be a fifth co-host at some point. And third, no, it won’t be a man!
Before news of Steve Burton‘s return to “General Hospital” became official, rumors began to swirl that Jason Thompson might soon be leaving “The Young and the Restless” and his role as Billy Abbott, and possibly be heading back to Port Charles as Dr. Patrick Drake. But not so fast!
Veteran CBS Daytime executives Margot Wain, Ray Paolantonio and Laurie Seidman have been given a promotion, it was announced today by Angelica McDaniel, Executive Vice President, Daytime Programs and Syndicated Program Development, CBS Entertainment and CBS Television Distribution. Wain has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Daytime Programs, and Paolantonio and Seidman have been promoted to Vice Presidents, Daytime Programs.
With a successful lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and a hit talk show, CBS announced today that it has renewed its full daytime lineup for the 2017-18 television season. Additionally, “The Young and the Restless” received an overall three-year commitment from the network, keeping it on the air through at least the 2019-2020 television season. “The Price is Right” was renewed through the 2018-19 television season.
CBS has renewed its entire daytime lineup consisting of “Let’s Make a Deal,” “The Price is Right,” “The Young and the Restless,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “The Talk” through the 2016-17 television season, the network announced today.
When news of Jason Thompson‘s decision to leave ABC’s “General Hospital” after a decade first came to light, timed around the announcement of Burgess Jenkins being out as the third Billy Abbott in two years at CBS’ “The Young and the Restless,” rumors ran rampant that “GH’s” loss would ultimately become “Y&R’s” gain and that is now proven true. Thompson will officially join the “Y&R” cast on screen beginning in January 2016.