CBS is quitting its relationship with “Partners.” The network is pulling the under-performing comedy from the schedule effective immediately.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Watch out, Fox. The Cancellation Bear is gaining on you. The website TV By the Numbers is making sport out of predicting which television series will… More
The number of gay and bisexual characters on scripted broadcast network TV is at its highest-ever level in the season ahead, according to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The total on cable television is also going up.
CBS’s once-mighty comedy lineup on Monday nights fell into third place on the first “official” night of the new fall season. Details …
Monday September 24: ‘Dancing with the Stars‘ (8pm ET on ABC) **Season Premiere** Record Now Are you ready for All-Stars? Past competitors returning to hit the dance floor once again… More
Consider this partial resume: 240 episodes of “Cheers”; 75 “Taxis”; 10 early, formative episodes of “Friends”; 32 “Frasiers”; all eight seasons of “Will & Grace.” With 10 Emmys and counting.
One is the loneliest number and three’s a crowd. But a dynamic duo is a match made in heaven, especially when it’s found on a TV show. From the crop of new fall series, here are a few fun couples you’ll enjoy pairing up with.
Got a goofy older brother? Parents you still live with even though you’re grown up? An unconventional friendship? If so, you’re too late to turn those ideas into a hit sitcom.
CBS hopes to get a “Big Bang” out of its fall lineup when it rolls out its new and returning shows all in one week. Details …