Criminal Minds: Thomas Gibson Fired in Wake of On-Set Altercation
Thomas Gibson‘s two-episode suspension from Criminal Minds has become a full-fledged firing. In a statement, ABC Studios and CBS Television Studios — which co-produce the CBS procedural — said, “Thomas Gibson has been dismissed from Criminal Minds. READ MORE
Report: Thomas Gibson Suspended From Criminal Minds In Wake of Physical Altercation With Producer
Criminal Minds star Thomas Gibson has reportedly been suspended from the long-running CBS procedural for one, possibly two episodes in the wake of a physical altercation with one of the show’s producers. READ MORE
Star Trek: Discovery: 'Prime' Setting, Gay Character, Heavy Alien Presence and 11 More Spoilers About CBS Reboot
Set phasers to scoop!
Star Trek: Discovery executive producer Bryan Fuller closed out CBS’ portion of the Television Critics Association summer press tour with a panel previewing his anticipated reboot. Herewith are the 10 newsiest bits: READ MORE
Laverne Cox on Groundbreaking Doubt Role: 'It's Wonderful to Be a Black Transgender Woman on CBS'
On CBS’ midseason legal drama Doubt, Laverne Cox plays a fiercely competitive Ivy League-educated attorney. Oh, and she’s also broadcast television’s first full-time transgender character — a distinction not lost on Cox. READ MORE
Joel McHale: The Great Indoors Similar to 'How I Felt About Community'
Though it doesn’t feature alternate timelines or extensive meta humor, CBS’ upcoming The Great Indoors comedy rang a few Greendale bells for star Joel McHale. READ MORE
CBS After Supergirl: 'If We Heard the Right Superhero Pitch, We Would Buy It'
CBS is not necessarily out of the superhero business, even after Supergirl‘s single-season flight on the Big 3 network ultimately led to the series moving to The CW. READ MORE
Big Bang Renewal Update: CBS Boss 'Confident' Cast Will Re-Sign
Will CBS show Sheldon, Leonard, Penny & Co. the money? READ MORE
CBS Boss Criticized for White, Male Freshman Class: 'We Need to Do Better'
CBS’ fall TV slate features six new series fronted by a total of eight white men — a glaring fact that network president Glenn Geller was asked to account for on Wednesday READ MORE
Colbert Announces Live Late Shows Following Presidential Debates
Donald Trump really can’t back out of those debates now.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert — which saw its ratings spike with its spate of live shows following the Republican and Democratic conventions — will go live again this fall READ MORE
Zoo Renewed for Season 3 at CBS
CBS isn’t being cagey: It has renewed Zoo for a third season, ahead of next month’s Season 2 finale. READ MORE