Good Wife, Bad Time Slot: CBS Tweaks Alert System for Sunday Delays
Until the future brings us a reality in which there are, like, TV channels dedicated solely to sports, CBS will endeavor to keep fans of The Good Wife and its other Sunday programs alerted to football-related delays. READ MORE
TVLine Items: General Hospital Recasts Jason, OITNB Star Is Faking It & More
Meet General Hospital‘s new Jason Morgan.
The Young and the Restless star/Emmy winner Billy Miller will take on the role READ MORE
CSI Enlists Skipp Sudduth for Secretive Season 15 Guest Spot
Skipp Sudduth is returning to the CSI universe — but this time, he’s stepping in front of the camera. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Patricia Arquette’s CSI Encore, Oz Fave on Blacklist and More
Patricia Arquette will soon return to the scene of the crime.
Ahead of CSI: Cyber’s spring debut on CBS, Arquette will reprise her role as Special Agent Avery Ryan, head of the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division, on the READ MORE
TVLine Items: SNL Alum Visits B99, Scandal, CSI Castings and More
Jenny Slate is reuniting with fellow Saturday Night Live vet Andy Samberg. Read More
CSI Recruits Mark Valley to Team With (and Romance?) Finlay
Here’s a case for the CSIs: Can a new private investigator — played by Mark Valley — get the drop on Finlay’s heart? Read More
Ratings: CBS Shows and Modern Family Rise, Revolution Hits Low, Suburgatory Dips
‘Twas another rough night in May Sweeps ratingsland, as several shows hit or matched all-time lows in the demo.
Survivor (with 9.8 million total viewers and a 2.4 demo rating per finals) and Part 1 of Criminal Minds‘ season finale …READ MORE
Exclusive CSI Season Finale Sneak Peek: Will Treat Williams End Up 'Dead In His Tracks'?
Treat Williams is being pulled into CSI‘s orbit for tomorrow’s season finale (CBS, 10/9c) and TVLine has an exclusive first look at the TV vet’s big debut. READ MORE & SEE FULL PHOTO
Ratings: Arrow and Chicago P.D. Rise, Idol Dips, Modern Family and Nashville Hit Lows
CBS’ planted, cyber crime-y CSI spin-off pilot on Wednesday night drew 10 million total viewers and a 1.7 rating (per finals), rising 10 percent in audience while matching the procedural’s last fresh outing.
Opening the Eye’s night, Survivor …READ MORE