First rule: gentleman don’t follow the rules of The Game.
This ain’t no ‘Sex and the City’.
He’s rich and broken-hearted.
If you love the revamped "Hawaii 5-0" show on CBS then you may want to learn about the "Hawaii 5-0" cast and find out more about each one. Not only…
Who says girls can’t be funny? Well, at least some of them.
"Criminal Minds" is one of CBS's more popular shows and typically in the top 10 of most viewed shows on any channel. If you love" Criminal Minds" as much as…
Just as in previous seasons, the "Big Brother 12" cast was secluded in the BB house without any outside contact. This cast was a bit more fun and surprising than…
The David Letterman Scandal may have boosted his 2009 ratings, but it also opened up his very guarded private life to public scrutiny, showing a Clinton-ian caddishness with his staff,…
Las Vegas-based murderers beware.
CBS has cranked out several programs with broadly drawn characters, some of whom even solve crimes.
Last night, there was a major surprise which set the tone for next season. Hey, it was season finale, after all.
Let the inevitable Twitter battle begin.
Can you match all 10 titles to their corresponding log line (that means “description,” for those of you who aren’t in the biz)?
Last night marked the second to last episode of “How I Met Your Mother” season six. Hopefully it marked the final episode featuring Zoey.
Will you be able to get through an “Emmys” broadcast without falling asleep? Are you… a “survivor?”
The cockamouse is back…this time in .gif form!
It’s trying so hard it’s sad.
Here’s hoping the show is really successful and she has a Sheen-style breakdown.
“Party Down” actor Ken Marino is coming to CBS. Hopefully, it won’t be like when “The State” left MTV for CBS. *Shudders*
Come with us as we decipher the poetry of Charlie Sheen. Winning.
Chuck Lorre just quit the “pukefest that everyone worships” via a rambling, humorless vanity card. His style is consistent if nothing else.
From the morning talk shows, to TMZ, to E! Online, “Good-Time Charlie” has been regaling the common man with tales of his wondrous lifestyle, while at the same time, delivering violent warnings to his enemies.
Since it looks like we won’t be seeing new episodes of “Two and a Half Men” any time soon, if ever (fingers crossed) we decided that now would be a great time to take a look back fondly at the five greatest “Two and a Half Men” moments. Yes, it was difficult, but we actually found five.
At the beginning of the week, we all wondered what caused reporter Serene Branson to sound like a “Twin Peaks” dream sequence during her Grammys recap. Now, Branson describes what happened in her own words. This time in English, please!
Rob Riggle wins the Super Bowl of acting gigs, starring in a potentially very lucrative CBS sitcom.
In Hollywood, you can go to a bank, give them a new sci-fi drama pilot script with J. J. Abrams’ name attached, and the bank will give you money. It’s basically currency.
Deuce Bigalow is ready to get back into TV. I wonder how he got the confidence, with no one around to tell him that *he* can do it.
Charlie Sheen’s reps believe one and a half men will become “Two and a Half Men” again by late February. Damn it, we were just beginning to enjoy the “Men”-lessness.
Bust out your jars of Mentholatum ’cause I’m about to shorten your breath. Everyone’s favorite Tila Tequila, Tila Tequila, will be appearing on this week’s episode of “$#*! My Dad Says.”
The next facet of Conan O’Briens slow, mafia-like revenge on NBC has gone into effect.