The CBS Television Network, home of Super Bowl 50, begins its 56th year of broadcasting the NFL with Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson leading THE NFL ON CBS into the Network’s historic 2015 NFL season culminating with Super Bowl 50 on February 7, 2016.
The upcoming TV series “Supergirl” landed not at The CW, home to fellow DC Comics series “Arrow” and “The Flash,” but at CBS. Why? Because of those other shows, and more.
Bradley Cooper has been on stage in London but keeping an eye on “Limitless,” a new TV series version of his 2011 big-screen film.
Stephen Colbert is pledging to maintain an eclectic mix of guests on “The Late Show” including artists, intellectuals, “politicians of all stripes,” and even ordinary folks.
The producers of “Supergirl” say Melissa Benoist was the first actress they saw for the role of Kara Zor-El, the caped cousin of Superman.
Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Jane Lynch hosts “CBS Fall Preview” on Monday, September 7th.
Earlier this month was the 20th anniversary of the DFW market’s television network affiliation switch that affected four stations and brought CBS programming to KTVT.
The series comes from Robert and Michelle King, acclaimed creators and executive producers of “The Good Wife.”
Looking for a new beach getaway spot this summer? Wendy Francis, author of “The Summer Of Good Intentions,” shares her top 6 beach escapes that you might not know about.
Between flooding and the FAA, the City of Coppell was nearly forced to cancel its fireworks show Friday night.
On the CBS sci-fi drama, “Extant,” Halle Berry plays an astronaut who spends a year alone in space, only to return to Earth and find out she’s been impregnated.
CBS sister station WCCO in Minnesota occasionally takes a step off the beaten path to report the weather. Weather maven Matt Brickman has introduced, “Weather — With a Cat!”