Last night “Late Show” David Letterman signed-off, marking the end of an era in television, and special guests and celebrities thanked him the best ways they knew how.
The Tony Awards show next month will feature performances from all the nominated new musicals and best musical revivals as well as some overlooked ones.
Late night talk shows that are usually filled with jokes and humor took a more sentimental turn as hosts like Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Myers bid farewell to David Letterman.
David Letterman was your taste-maker older brother who shared his favorite music nightly like a perfectly curated mixtape.
Six Flags Over Texas is getting ready to open a new ride based on the most popular DC Comics characters. CBS 11 News photographer Jake Shannon gave the ride a test spin.
He also discusses his longtime desk and what he’ll be doing in five years.
The ladies of “Pitch Perfect 2″ hit all the right notes, amassing a $70.3 million debut. The first film, by comparison, grossed only $65 million domestically across its entire run.
Taylor Swift had a historic night at the Billboard Music Awards: The pop star is the most decorated artist in the show’s history with 20 wins, beating Garth Brooks’ 19-win record.
Bob Dylan hasn’t been on “Late Show” in 22 years.
This week, one mean girl needs to finish some community service and a late-night host is ready to say his final goodbye.
Blues legend B.B. King has died in Las Vegas at age 89, his lawyer says.
The final broadcasts will feature appearances by Tom Hanks, Bill Murray, Eddie Vedder and Letterman’s historic final “Late Show” broadcast on May 20
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