The Duke of Sussex also discussed stepping back from his royal role because it was 'destroying' his mental health.
Loyal viewers of the show "Mom" are trying to keep it on the air — especially in COVID times.
Colbert laid into the QAnon believer after several stories about her past pushing wild conspiracies surfaced.
Leto reminisced about the night when two unknown musicians named Billie Eilish and Finneas performed for him and his pal Leonardo DiCaprio.
Williams believes the trophies may have been taken years ago when she threw a house party.
Gronkowski admitted that he celebrated much harder the first time he made it to the Super Bowl than he did this time.
CBS has dropped the trailer for “Clarice,” its “Silence of the Lambs” sequel series. The drama picks up with Clarice Starling (played by Rebecca Breeds) one year after the events of the 1991 film, in which the FBI agent-in-training (then played by Jodie Foster) seeks the assistance of cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) in catching another killer, in exchange for information about her unhappy childhood.And, uh, let’s just say she’s not doing great after that whole traumatic experience, as the trailer only seems to indicate things are getting worse and worse for Ms. Starling as she returns to the field.Here’s the official description for “Clarice,” which premieres Feb. 11 on CBS: “Clarice” is a deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the events of ‘The Silence of the Lambs.’ Brilliant and vulnerable, Clarice’s bravery gives her an inner light that draws monsters and madmen to her. However, her complex psychological makeup that comes from a challenging childhood empowers her to begin to find her voice while working in a man’s world, as well as escape the family secrets that have haunted her throughout her life.Also Read: Clarice Starling Returns in First Teaser for CBS' 'Silence of the Lambs' Sequel (Video)Watch the trailer via the video above.Along with Breeds, “Clarice” stars Michael Cudlitz as Paul Krendler, Lucca de Oliveira as Tomas Esquivel, Kal Penn as Shaan Tripathi, Nick Sandow as Agent Clarke, Devyn Tyler as Ardelia Mapp and Marnee Carpenter as Catherine Martin.Alex Kurtzman (the mastermind behind CBS All Access’ growing “Star Trek” franchise) and his writing partner Jenny Lumet executive produce “Clarice,” along with Secret Hideout’s Heather Kadin. Aaron Baiers is a co-executive producer. The series hails from MGM and CBS Television Studios in association with Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout.“Clarice” premieres Thursday, Feb. 11 at 10/9c on CBS.Read original story ‘Clarice’ Trailer: Things Have Somehow Gotten Worse for Agent Starling in CBS’ ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Sequel (Video) At TheWrap
Pelosi had to stop herself from getting emotional while speaking about the “violation” of the Capitol.
Colbert acknowledged the part Trump played, but blamed Fox News and Republicans for appeasing the president’s falsehoods throughout his presidency.
The just-released second hour of "The Stand" has made a significant rewrite to Stephen King’s post-apocalyptic viral thriller, radically altering one of the best-remembered sequences from the original book.
Twitter lit up from viewers of the show, who were shocked by the family's major prize haul.
Brooks, and viewers at home, got emotional during the country singer's performance of his Christmas classic "Belleau Wood."
The President-elect understands Republicans are "in a tough spot," but is unlikely to mend his broken friendship with Senator Graham any time soon.
While the future first lady was surprised by the vicious attacks on her, she is grateful for the people who came out in support of her.
Stars of the CBS All Access show based on Stephen King's 1978 classic novel describes the "surreal" experience of making and releasing a series about a fictional pandemic in the middle of a real pandemic. “It’s difficult to not draw comparisons.”
There'll be two new voices in the mix when The Talk returns. Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots will join the CBS daytime chatfest as co-hosts, TVLine has learned. The pair, who replace former co-hosts Marie Osmond and Eve, will make their Season 11 debut at the start of 2021. Both Kloots and Welteroth appeared on the […]
Christopher Krebs believes that Trump’s legal team pushing conspiracy theories about the election are a danger to democracy.
After shutting out the overly confident Barack Obama, Stephen Colbert was anything but gracious in victory.
While McConaughey may have addressed the rumors of a run for governor, he didn’t exactly put the issue to bed.
Former President Obama shared his thoughts on the impact Trump has had on society and the danger of Republicans humoring the president’s claims of voter fraud.
A commissioner in charge of elections in Philadelphia rejected Trump’s claims of widespread voter fraud, and said that those claims have resulted in death threats.
Following Trump’s press conference in which he made baseless claims of voter fraud, Colbert warned Republicans against staying silent in the face of fascism.