'Shape Of Water,' 'Big Little Lies' Win Big At 23rd Annual Critics' Choice AwardsThe awards aired on the CW. Actress Olivia Munn hosted.
Samsung Unveils 146-Inch, Wall-Sized TV Called 'The Wall'The 12-foot-2-inch screen is nearly twice the size of most big screen sets on the market and features a new technology called "microLED."
Expect The Unexpected: CBS Announces Celebrity Edition Of 'Big Brother'No celebrity names were announced for the show but it is no secret the program is a guilty pleasure for many celebs.
Hollywood Hopes To Avoid Writer's Strike As Contract Talks Are ExtendedMany doubt negotiations will end in a strike; the two sides came to agreement in 2010 and 2013.
Vin Scully's Replacement? Dodgers Add Joe Davis To Broadcast Team The Los Angeles Dodgers’ award-winning broadcast team will add a new member in Joe Davis for the 2016 season, it was announced today.
'Late Late Show' Host James Corden On Show: 'We Just Want To Keep Having Fun'It was not so long ago comedian, writer and actor James Corden came over to the United States from the UK to host 'The Late Late Show' on CBS.
Legendary CBS Newswoman, TV Pioneer Marlene Sanders Dies At 84Sanders was also the mother of CNN and New Yorker journalist Jeffrey Toobin, who announced that she died Tuesday on his Facebook page.
Charter To Launch Dodgers' SportsNet LA Channel In Coming Weeks After Buying TWC For $55.3BCharter Communications announced Tuesday it will buy Time Warner Cable for $55.33 billion and expects to launch the Dodgers channel to its customers in the coming weeks.
Dodger Fans Hopeful As Charter May Announce $55B Plan To Buy Time Warner CableTwo of the largest cable companies in Southern California may merge into one, which may mean big news for Dodger fans who have been locked out of watching games on television.
CBS Kicks Off 3rd Annual Summer Soiree In West HollywoodCBS celebrated the Summer TV lineup Monday night through the 3rd Annual Summer Soiree rooftop event, held in West Hollywood.
Real-Life 'Scorpion' Architect Discusses Life, Mission With CBS2's Crystal Cruz As the new series "Scorpion" premiered Monday night on CBS, the real-life computer genius the show is based on discussed how the business he created at 13 is helping to solve a number of the world's greatest threats.
Gov. Brown Signs Bill To Curb Runaway Production Gov. Jerry Brown will sign a new bill Thursday to help keep movies and television show production in California.