A former background actress at "The Young and the Restless" has filed a lawsuit against Sony Pictures Television and CBS, alleging sexual harassment by the show's executive producer Anthony "Tony" Morina.
"The Talk" to formally announce "Dancing with the Stars" judge <b>Carrie Ann Inaba</b> as its new permanent co-host. She debuts Wed, January 2.
Actor Michael Weatherly ("Loving") cost CBS $9.5 million after comments made about actress Eliza Dushku on the set of "Bull."
"Dancing with the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba is officially replacing Julie Chen as a co-host on CBS' "The Talk." She debuts January 2019.
Actor <strong>Michael Weatherly</strong> (ex-Cooper Alden, "Loving") will be departing "NCIS" at the end of this season, the actor and CBS <a href="http://tvline.com/2016/01/05/michael-weatherly-leaving-ncis-season-13/" target="_blank">confirmed</a> today. Weatherly, who is only one of four original actors to have appeared in all of the show's near 300 episodes to date, portrays the widely popular Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo on the series.
<strong>Victoria Rowell</strong>, who portrayed Drucilla Winters on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" for the better part of two decades, is suing the network, Sony Pictures Television, Bell Dramatic Serial Company and Bell-Phillip Television Productions, Inc., producers of the daytime drama series, <a href="http://deadline.com/2015/02/young-and-the-restless-cbs-discrimination-lawsuit-court-1201371192/" target="_blank">reports</a> <em>Deadline</em>, for what her suit alleges is the result of Rowell being "impoverished and blackballed because she had chosen to speak out against the discrimination and injustice that she had endured and witnessed happen to other African Americans."
CBS announced today that it has extended the contract agreement it has with Leslie Moonves, President and CEO, CBS Corporation. Moonves, who was originally scheduled to continue on in his current position through June 30, 2017, will now oversee the corporation through June 30, 2019. At that point he will become an executive advisor for an additional five years, and will have the option to establish a production company under CBS' auspices, the company said.
When <strong>David Letterman</strong> announced his retirement from late night television earlier this year, there were only two things known by year's end: Letterman would retire in 2015 and he would be succeeded by "The Colbert Report's" <strong>Stephen Colbert</strong>. CBS and Worldwide Pants Incorporated, Letterman’s production company, announced today that Letterman will host his final "Late Show" on <strong>Wednesday, May 20, 2015</strong>.
CBS Corporation and Time Warner Cable (TWC) have been embroiled in a carriage dispute since the expiration of their contract on June 30, and as a result the two sides gave Wednesday, July 24 as their deadline to come to an agreement before millions of CBS viewers were left in the dark. Thankfully, the two companies continued discussions and were able to extend their deadline several times since. Last night was the latest scheduled deadline, but both parties failed to come to an agreement yet again and have now set Friday, August 2 at 5:00 PM ET as the next deadline. The extension occurred nearly a half hour after TWC blackened CBS programming in various markets.