via:christianpost Some people are accusing the CBS television station of subtly mocking Christians in a new Super Bowl XLVII advertisement, which was broadcast several times during an AFC Wild Card playoff game on Sunday. The ad features Neil Patrick Harris, an openly gay actor and star of the hit comedy series “How I […]
via:eurweb CBS is getting into the faith business. The network has given script orders to “The Centurion,” a high-concept drama about faith and responsibility from “Immortals” feature scribes Charley and Vlas Parlapanides, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Read More
We have seen her in movies like 'Baby Boy', 'Hustle & Flow', "and 'Not Easily Broken'. Now, you can catch her on the small screen as a tough detective who yells quite a bit on "Person of Interest'.
via:eurweb Gayle King is set to join CBS’ morning news show, initiating the second makeover ever for the program. The changes won’t likely take place until early next year, when construction is complete on the new studio. Read More
For the past 2 months, “The Talk” employed a number of recurring guest hosts, including Kris Jenner and Molly Shannon, as Osbourne is taking some time off this fall.
The deal calls for the network and studio to develop a show for the comedian to star in.
Seasoned actor Laurence Fisburn will be playing a roll that has never been potrayed by an african american actor. Also, his former employer recently gave him praises in a recent press confrence.
via:eurweb As the first season of CBS’ daytime chat show “The Talk” enters the rear view mirror, co-host Holly Robinson Peete talks about how the series fit perfectly into her busy lifestyle. “I’ve been on TV as an actress for almost 30 years, going on 30 years since ‘21 Jump Street,’ but in my role as […]
Welcome to CBS, Ashton Kutcher: The “actor, producer and social media mogul” was officially introduced by CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler today at the network’s upfront presentation in New York. Kutcher — wearing a very casual beige jacket and slacks – said it was “awesome to be there” and “for some reason they are letting us talk.”
Taraji P. Henson is following a growing trend of big screen actors moving to television. She recently got signed up to be part of new CBS drama series, “Person of Interest.”