CBS on Wednesday renewed nearly a dozen series for the 2018-19 season, including its Friday one-two-three punch of Hawaii Five-0, MacGyver and Blue Bloods. The Season 9 Five-0 pickup all but confirms that stars Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan — whose contracts were due to expire next month — will be sticking around. The Eye network also […]
Dr. Phil challenges Jimmy to a game of Two Truths and a Lie, and he determines that Fallon has never seen "Titanic" by reading Fallon's facial expressions.
Bull sneak preview: Get a first look at guest star Isaiah Washington as a flashy attorney accused of murdering his fiancée.
Looking for a way to tell loved ones “I <3 You” this Valentine’s Day? Do the digital version of whispering sweet nothings in their ear — send them a GIF!
Tonight Michael Weatherly returns to TV with Bull, a legal drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, who founded a successful trial consulting firm. To celebrate tonight’s premiere, we asked Chris Jackson ? who many fans know from his turn as George Washington in the Broadway blockbuster Hamilton and who now plays Bull‘s fashion-forward stylist Chunk Palmer ?
Fans of Michael Weatherly weren't necessarily ready to see him leave 'NCIS,' but the consolation prize: he’s now headlining its lead-out show, 'Bull,' premiering Sept. 20 at 9 p.m. on CBS.
We know you can’t wait for your beloved shows to return this fall, but the upcoming TV season will also offer up a slew of new series vying for your attention every night of the week. Click through this slideshow to check out potential new favorites to add to your roster.
You know how Donald Trump seems to say or do something unexpected almost every day? Well, network television, in unveiling its fall lineup this past week to advertisers, is banking on the idea that you desire some entertainment that’s not too exciting — that is, instead, comforting, familiar, easy to enjoy.
From the folks who brought you the re-make of Hawaii Five-O comes the re-make of MacGyver, whose logo uses a Swiss Army knife for the “v” in its title, so you know it’s clever. There’s a level on which this sitcom is just a reworking of Tim Allen’s Last Man Standing.