Summer is upon us, which means one thing: The return of “Big Brother!”
Julie Chen hosts “CBS Summer Preview,” the networks’s first digital special highlighting its original summer programming, now available on demand on multiple platforms.
As it did last year, CBS has announced a multi-phase launch of its fall lineup with programs set to premiere between the months of September and November 2015.
Confidence is key for any late night television host, and Stephen Colbert’s new song shows he’s got plenty. Listen and see if you agree.
Here are 10 memorable moments, including some you didn’t see on TV.
The dazzling London import “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” has won the best play Tony Award, while “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home” were each leading the race Sunday night for most-decorated musical.
“Fun Home,” which goes into Sunday’s Tony Awards tied for the most nominations, doesn’t sound like it has the makings of a hit in New York, much less on the road.
Strange as it may sound, Stephen Schwartz has never won a Tony Award.
When it comes to favorite Tony Award moments, some of this year’s nominees are divided into two main camps: The moments with Neil Patrick Harris and the ones with Hugh Jackman.
Brian d’Arcy James throws some serious shade at William Shakespeare in the Tony-nominated musical “Something Rotten.” And it has paid off, nicely.
Some of the biggest stars from stage, television, film and music will present at The 69th Annual Tony Awards.
The first group of performers have been announced for “The 69th Annual Tony Awards”