Former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo is all set to start his NFL analyst career at CBS this season, and he'll call his first Cowboys game in November. The only question remaining is which one.
CBS will carry the Cowboys in 2 games this November, at home against the Kansas City Chiefs on November 5th, and then on Thanksgiving against the Los Angeles Chargers...
However notably edited in certain spots, the Late Show With Stephen Colbert premiere garnered near-universal praise, and ratings some 172% above The Late Show one year prior (for now). The broadcast naturally ran along (hence some of the more obvious edits), but CBS has released a much fuller bout of unused material, including that of presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
For Kelly Clarkson, 2013 has been the Year of the Jam-Packed Schedule. From singing at President Obama's inauguration to attending award shows to filming segments for television, it seems like the country crossover star hasn't had a minute to stop and rest.
Tim McGaw's 'Superstar Summer Night' is shaping up to be one star-studded event, thanks to a continually evolving lineup. New additions to the already all-star lineup include Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley and Lady Antebellum. But it's not just country acts that are going to rock out with McGraw. Pitbull, the Cuban pop star known for his addictive Latin dance jams and 'hip-pop' tracks, is also newly
Tim McGraw has put together an unbeatable lineup to perform on his CBS special, 'ACM Presents: Tim McGraw's Superstar Summer Night.' In addition to country stars Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean, R&B artist Ne-Yowill make an appearance.
Country superstar Taylor Swift was only a young girl when Whitney Houston's cover of Dolly Parton's'I Will Always Love You' hit the radio soundwaves. At that young age, Swift couldn't have imagined that almost two decades later, she'd help pay tribute to the legendary (and now late) Houston.
If you've ever sat through an entire Grammy Awards show, the idea of having a few less categories might not strike you as such a bad idea -- but for some of the artists affected by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences' recent decision to whittle down the number of awards, it's a potentially racist affront.
A group of musicians -- including Paul Simon and jazz legend Herbie Hancock -
The networks continue to clean house this week.
After passing on the much-debated 'Wonder Woman' pilot, NBC announced Friday that it is canceling freshman series 'The Event,' 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' and 'Outsourced.'
Deadline is exclusively reporting that British actor Hugh Grant was "deep in final negotiations" to replace Charlie Sheen on the long running - and currently in limbo - CBS sitcom 'Two and a Half Men.' However, at the last minute, Grant pulled out, due to creative differences.
It appears that CBS and ‘Two and a Half Men’ creator Chuck Lorre are moving on without Charlie Sheen.
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Lorre has pitched a reboot of the series that would involve a “significant role” for co-star Jon Cryer and introduce a new, yet-to-be-cast character.