Boomer Esiason On AFC South Playoff RaceCBS Sports and INSIDE THE NFL analyst Boomer Esiason weighed in on the AFC South playoff picture, and which teams have a real chance at making the postseason.
Ray Lewis: If I'm Picking An MVP Right Now, It Has To Be Carson WentzThe Super Bowl-winning linebacker weighs in on the MVP conversation and other midseason topics as the NFL season reaches its midway point.
'It's Gonna Be Crazy': Jay Pharoah Is Amped For The Sunday Premiere Of 'White Famous'Jay Pharoah is excited for the premiere 'White Famous' on Showtime this Sunday.
List Of Major Nominees/Winners For The 69th Annual Emmy AwardsThe early buzz is on "This is Us," Stephen Colbert and "Saturday Night Live" to win multiple awards.
Showtime Gives Nod To Animated Trump Show Produced By Stephen ColbertIn May, Trump fans waged a campaign to get Colbert fired from his network hosting gig after the late night comic made a joke about Trump and Vladimir Putin being, well, more than friends.
Danny Garcia: Thurman's 'Never Been In The Ring With A Guy Like Me'The challenger in Saturday's welterweight bout discusses preparing for Keith Thurman and his life in and out of the ring.
Keith Thurman Discusses Undefeated Welterweight Clash With Danny Garcia And Fighting In Primetime On CBSThe current welterweight champion discusses his upcoming fight against fellow undefeated welterweight Danny Garcia, airing live on CBS on Saturday, March 4.
Trent Reznor, Eddie Vedder & More Cast In 'Twin Peaks' RebootThe full cast includes more than 200 characters.
Jackson's 'Off The Wall' To Be Re-Released With Spike Lee DocumentaryMichael Jackson's "Off the Wall" is being reissued with a new Spike Lee documentary about the hallmark 1979 album.
Actress Claire Danes Honored With Star On Hollywood Walk Of FameActress Claire Danes was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday.
Showtime To Offer Stand-Alone Service Over The InternetShowtime will be offered over the internet as a stand-alone streaming service the network announced today.
Mayweather-Pacquiao Sets Pay-Per-View Record With 4.4M BuysFloyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao proved a box office smash, obliterating the pay-per-view record with 4.4 million buys for their welterweight title fight.

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