2016 Tony Awards Get New Venue, Air Date"The 70th Annual Tony Awards" will air live from the Beacon Theatre In New York City, Sunday, June 12, 2016.
At Last! Sheldon, Amy Take Big Step On 'Big Bang Theory'Sheldon and Amy are taking their relationship into a bold new frontier on 'The Big Bang Theory" next month.
Angels Hit The Runway For Victoria’s Secret Fashion ShowSome of the biggest names in the modeling industry took the runway Tuesday night for the highly anticipated Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
Sexy Victoria's Secret Lingerie Show Hits 20-Year MarkSome light up, others are pretty in pink and still more burst forth like fireworks.
11 Angels Prep For The 2015 'Victoria's Secret Fashion Show'These Angels are ready to rock the runway.
CBS To Air Colorized Versions Of Classic 'I Love Lucy' Episodes For ChristmasTwo classic episodes of "I Love Lucy" are getting colorized just in time for Christmas.
Ellie Goulding Steps In As Rihanna Bows Out Of 'Victoria's Secret Fashion Show'Ellie Goulding has stepped up to replace Rihanna.
Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner To Join The 'Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show'The time has come again for the Victoria's Secret Angels to step on stage and strut down the runway with their lingerie on.
New 'Star Trek' Series Coming To CBS In 2017The next chapter of the legendary “Star Trek” TV franchise will premiere on CBS, then move to CBS All Access Digital Subscription Service.
Dolphins v. Patriots: Who Has The Edge?A change in head coaches has been akin to a magic wand for the revitalized Miami Dolphins, who have rolled up 82 points in romping to a pair of lopsided victories since Dan Campbell replaced the fired Joe Philbin. The Dolphins may need some magic when they head north to visit Tom Brady and the undefeated New England Patriots in an AFC East matchup on Thursday night.
Danielson: Challenge of Miami Job is 'You Have to Win Big'Is the Miami Hurricanes head coaching job still a great job?
New Exhibit Explores Relationship Between Modern Art & Early TelevisionA new exhibition at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale travels back to the years from the1940s to the mid-1970s to explore how avant-garde art, with its bold experimentation and creativity, influenced the look and content of early network TV.