Even with all the seismic changes in the television business over the past several years, some things remain constant: For the broadcast networks, everything still revolves around the fall season, which officially kicks off Sept. 21. Over the next two months, the nets will roll out 22 new shows, plus 58 returning series.
Tonight, Stephen Colbert hosts a late-night show—CBS' The Late Show With Stephen Colbert—for the first time since The Colbert Report ended last December. It's the longest time the comedian has gone without performing in front of a live audience in almost three decades.
A few days after FX's John Landgraf sounded a warning bell that "too much television" is being made, a top exec at CBS said the network is well positioned to continue to draw viewers—and make money—no matter how the in
From Jurassic World to Avengers: Age of Ultron, summer movies are all about escapist fun. As CBS looks to lure audiences during the same season, it's found a show that distills the pleasures of those summer popcorn films in Zoo.
Intent on winning the season in adults 18-49, CBS is making an aggressive early move, becoming the first broadcast network to announce its fall premiere dates.
CBS is much younger than people think—and now that it's ending CSI and adding Supergirl, the network is about to get even younger. That was the big message from Les Moonves, president and CEO, CBS Corp., as he and network execs revealed the 2015-16 schedule this morning, ahead of the afternoon's upfront presentation.