Last year, actress and Chosen One Eliza Dushku came forward about the sexual harassment she has allegedly faced on the set of CBS's Bull from its lead actor, Michael Weatherly. Now Steven Spielberg's production company, Amblin, will be pulling out from the show.Read More
Zirinsky will be the first female head of CBS news, and it's about time.
Zirinsky is taking over at a time of great upheaval and scandal for the network.Read More
The actress details her experience working on the CBS procedural.
Dushku shares her disturbing story in a piece for the Boston Globe.Read More
Reports say that CBS paid out a $9.5 million settlement to actress Eliza Dushku for the treatment she experienced on set.Read More
Not everything has to be doom and gloom and Romulans all the time.
We are living in a Star Trek renaissance.Read More
"The story of a man who did nothing in the face of adversity."
In a hotly contested auction, CBS has secured the rights to James Comey's memoir A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership with plans to adapt it into a miniseries.Read More
How does this guy still have a job?
Farrow has published a follow-up to his exposé, featuring testimony from six additional women who said that Moonves sexually assaulted, harassed, and coerced them.Read More
The #MeToo Movement comes for one of the most powerful men in Hollywood.
Another day, another high powered man abusing his power. Ronan Farrow has published a lengthy exposé on CBS CEO Leslie Moonves that contains allegations of sexual misconduct, discrimination, and intimidation. This report is especially galling, considering that Moonves helped found the Commission on Eliminating Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace.Read More
The first-season finale of Star Trek: Discovery was a solid Star Trek episode. It had a lot of the elements that I've often heard people complain have been missing this season. But it didn't feel finale-worthy.Read More
Star Trek: Discovery has moved with breakneck speed through the mirror universe, and the latest episode was a lot to handle.Read More
For most women, the fact that Cowan really doesn't know why Stone is laughing is probably not that surprising, but still maddening. Laughable, even.Read More
The Get Out writer and director is bringing back a thriller/sci-fi classic! Jordan Peele is in talks with CBS to reboot the classic series, The Twilight Zone.Read More
Well, there's definitely a big ol' bag of mixed opinions going on over last night's Star Trek: Discovery premiere, but one thing's for sure: According to TVLine, Discovery pulled in 9.6 million viewers, which is an amazing debut! Not only that, but CBS All Access had a record number of sign-ups because of the new show. As I said in my piece earlier today, Trek is back!Read More
Ahead of the series premiere tonight, CBS has shared the delicate, atmospheric opening credits for Star Trek: Discovery.Read More
Star Trek: Discovery Won’t Let Critics Weigh in Before the Premiere, and There May Be Problems With CBS’ All Access App
Generally, when a property is restricted from advance critical review, that's a sure sign that there's no confidence in its quality and every attempt is being made to dodge bad press.Read More
Stephen Colbert is wrapping up his "Russia week" as the investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with the Russian government continues, and there's one allegation in particular that Colbert is interested in: the pee tape. So, he went to the room where it all supposedly went down.Read More
President Obama’s “Anger Translator” Returns to Cathartically Mock GOP Trumpcare Failure With Stephen Colbert
The republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act fell apart yesterday when it was too cruel for some Republican members of the Senate and not cruel enough for others. Naturally, as the ACA was President Obama's signature piece of legislation—one Republicans gleefully attached his name to and made it their mission to erase—he has some thoughts that can only be expressed through Keegan-Michael Key's brilliant anger translator character.Read More
The struggle for equality, inclusion, diversity—it's all already begun a long time ago, and it's high time for Hollywood to change at all levels of the industry.Read More
Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park Will Leave Hawaii Five-0 After CBS Refused to Pay Them As Much As Their White Co-Stars
Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park will both depart Hawaii Five-0 after CBS refused to pay them as much as their white co-stars.Read More
This couldn't come at a better time as congress voted to overturn President Obama's protections.Read More