George Gray, the announcer for "The Price is Right," is currently recovering in the hospital after suffering three massive heart attacks.
Drew Carey reveals forgiveness for the man who murdered ex-fiancée Amy Harwick, says the man was mentally ill and he wishes the guy never met her.
CBS' legendary daytime game show "The Price is Right" reaches new ratings zeniths during the week of March 30-April 3, 2020.
CBS renews its entire daytime lineup consisting of soap operas, game shows and "The Talk" for the 2019-2020 television season.
Get ready to come on down.. at night. "The Price Is Right" is heading to primetime for 3 reality-themed specials to air later this year. Hosted by Drew Carey, each episode will center on one of CBS' reality series: "The Amazing Race," "Survivor" and "Big Brother
As <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/next-male-model-price-right">previously reported</a>, <strong>James O'Halloran</strong> won "The Price is Right's" next male model competition when host <strong>Drew Carey</strong> announced his name during Part 1 of the daytime game show. O'Halloran, 30, came on down the famous aisles of the <strong>Bob Barker</strong> studio before conversing with Carey, who noted that not only is the model young and good looking, "He's got to have that Australian accent too?"
After five weeks of eliminations and heartbreak, "The Price is Right" narrowed its next male model search down to three - <strong>Jonathan Morgan</strong>,<strong> Jay Byars</strong> and <strong>James O’Halloran</strong> - when the finalists <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/talk-reveals-final-3-price-right-male-model-search">appeared</a> on the Monday, December 1 edition of CBS' "The Talk." After the reveal, America began voting for who they felt best fit the brand of the game show when the polls opened via <a href="http://www.priceisright.com/nextpricemodel/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">priceisright.com/nextpricemodel</a>. Polls closed on Friday, December 5. <strong>Today, December 8</strong>, the game show revealed who would finally take home the prize of becoming the next male model on "The Price is Right," which entails a week-long modeling gig beginning <strong>Monday, December 15</strong>. So who did America choose?
You met the three finalists for the next male model search currently underway at CBS' "The Price is Right," via their <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/12/talk-reveals-final-3-price-right-male-model-search">appearance</a> on the Monday, December 1 edition of CBS' "The Talk," but what does the game show's first male model, <strong>Robert Scott Wilson</strong> (Ben Ridgeway, "Days of our Lives"; ex-Pete Cortlandt, "All My Children") have to say about another person taking on his former daytime role? The actor recently spoke with <em>Soap Opera Network </em>about his experience on the game show, what it was like helping judge the competition, and responds to <a href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/exclusive-guy-right-price-right-ep-mike-richards-reveals-secrets-behind-game-shows-male-model-search-soap-opera-crossover">comments</a> made about him by "Price is Right" executive producer, <strong>Mike Richards</strong>.
Call it a coincidence of sorts if you like but CBS' "The Talk" today announced the three finalists for the ultimate prize of becoming "The Price is Right's" next male model, and their names all just so happen to start with the letter "J."
With <strong>Craig Ferguson</strong> set to step down as host of "The Late Late Show" on <strong>Friday, December 19</strong>, CBS has announced that following re-runs of the late night talk show, special editions will be produced featuring rotating guest hosts and special after-dark editions of CBS Daytime's "The Talk" from <strong>Monday, January 5 - Friday, March 6, 2015</strong> (12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT).
It’s raining men at “The Price Is Right,” which has been in the thick of a national male model search of manly proportions for the past couple of weeks. And seeing as how the game show not only helped launch the career of “Days of our Lives’” <strong>Robert Scott Wilson</strong> (Ben Rogers; ex-Pete Cortlandt, “All My Children”) but also decided to include “The Young and the Restless’” <strong>Melissa Ordway</strong> (Abby Newman) and <strong>Daniel Goddard</strong> (Cane Ashby) in this year’s search (which <em>Soap Opera Network</em> was the <a title="EXCLUSIVE: ‘Y&R’s’ Daniel Goddard and Melissa Ordway Participate in ‘The Price Is Right’ Male Model Search; Stars Help Judge Final 5 Contestants Down to Final 3!" href="https://www.soapoperanetwork.com/2014/11/exclusive-y-stars-help-judge-final-five-contestants-fina" target="_blank">first to reveal</a>), we decided to have executive producer <strong>Mike Richards</strong> come on down and give us the full scoop!
It’s been America’s favorite game show for as long as most can remember, but “The Price Is Right” is looking completely different these days. However, if <strong>Mike Richards</strong> has done the job he intended since stepping into the role of executive producer in 2009, nobody’s the wiser that the game show has basically done a 180 in recent years!
CBS Daytime’s popular game shows “The Price Is Right” and “Let’s Make a Deal” are already quite colorful, but the daytime staples are adding an extra boost from the paint palette this October: Both shows are going pink to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
As we first reported back in June, CBS' "The Price is Right" is gearing up for its second male model search, but this time with a twist. Instead of searching for male model hopefuls solely in and around the Los Angeles area, as they did back in 2012 for the first go around, "Price" has widened its search across America with casting calls in LA, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas and Spartanburg, S.C., which kicked off the nationwide search on Saturday, August 16. The prize is a week-long spot on the game show hosted by Drew Carey. "Days of our Lives" star Robert Scott Wilson was the winner of the first competition.
“The Young and the Restless” is set to turn 41 years old on Wednesday, March 26, and the sudser is celebrating its birthday in style: With a crossover storyline involving “The Price Is Right” and its host, Drew Carey!
This morning on ABC's "Good Morning America," the cast for Season 18 of celebrity dancing show "Dancing with the Stars" was announced. Among them is former "General Hospital: Night Shift" star Billy Dee Williams (ex-Toussiant DuBois), perhaps most famous for his role as Lando Calrissian in the original "Star Wars" trilogy.
If you couldn’t get enough of Cynthia Watros as “Guiding Light’s” crazy Annie Dutton Banks or as “Lost’s” sympathetic psychologist, Libby Smith, you’re in luck: She’ll be tackling an equally intense role during her upcoming stint on “The Young and the Restless.”
As part of a soap opera star filled season, CBS’ “The Price Is Right” just announced the list of daytime stars set to grace the game show stage throughout the month of November! So who will be coming on down and helping Drew Carey as he hosts a variety of iconic games, including Lucky Seven, Plinko, and Shopping Spree?
Goblins and witches and ghosts, oh my! And no, we’re not talking about the millions of children who’ll be cavorting around as such on All Hallow’s Eve next week. We’re talking about the stars of “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “The Young and the Restless,” “The Price Is Right,” “The Talk” and “Let’s Make a Deal,” as all five shows are featuring Halloween themed episodes on Thursday, October 31, complete with fun and creepy costumes!
As we previously reported, a few stars from “The Young and the Restless” are slated to make appearances on CBS’s popular game show, “The Price Is Right,” and next week’s schedule featuring two of the soap’s stars has been released!