CBS Executives Placed On Leave After Reports Of "Racist" and "Sexist" CommentsTwo CBS local television executives were placed on administrative leave Monday, hours after the National Association of Black Journalists demanded they be fired over a Los Angeles Times investigation into allegations they "cultivated a hostile work environment."
'Big Brother: All Stars' Returns To CBS WednesdayBIG BROTHER returns Wednesday August 5 with an All-Stars edition. The summer reality hit debuts with a live, two-hour, move-in premiere event from 9:00-11:00 PM on CBS.
CBS Announces Changes To 2020 Fall Schedule Featuring 'The Amazing Race,' 'SEAL Team' And 'S.W.A.T.'CBS has announced their new fall lineup for 2020.
‘Grease Sing-A-Long’ Coming To CBS June 7thCBS has announced the addition of the broadcast television premiere of Grease Sing-A-Long to Sunday Night Movies, which features iconic films from the Paramount Pictures library.
CBS Announces Three New Series For Next Season Starring Queen Latifah, Thomas Middleditch And Rebecca BreedsCBS has announced three new programs coming to America's Most Watched Network for the 2020-2021 season.
CBS Announces 23 Series Renewing For The 2020-2021 SeasonCBS has announced 80% of their programming will be renewed for the 2020-2021 season.
CBS Sports And NFL Team Up To Re-Air Classic NFL On CBS GamesLeading into the NFL Draft, CBS Sports joins with the NFL to re-broadcast 15 recent NFL games including two Tom Brady-Peyton Manning matchups.
CBS Sports' Andrew Catalon On Mountain West Tournament: 'There's A Lot To Play For For San Diego State'CBS Sports's Andrew Catalon explains why the San Diego State Aztecs have added pressure to win the Mountain West Conference tournament.
Eric Braeden Celebrates 40 Years On "The Young and the Restless"He’s one of daytime TV’s biggest stars. Now Eric Braeden, who plays the infamous Victor Newman on ‘The Young and the Restless,’ is celebrating his 40th anniversary on the popular CBS soap.
Viacom, CBS Corp. Officially Back Together AgainViacom and CBS Corp. are again joining forces to bolster their positions in a rapidly changing industry that's pushing other media companies to bulk up. The two first merged in 1999 and broke apart in 2005. Now, they are ViacomCBS, with a collection of cable channels, broadcast networks and film and publishing divisions.
CBS Picks Up All Five Freshman Shows For Full Fall Seasons