Coronavirus Outbreak: American TV showrunners reveal how they're shooting intimate scenes during pandemic
The coronavirus outbreak in the US has led to TV shows taking to creative changes like mannequins, spousal stand-ins, and phone sex to project intimacy.
Coronavirus Outbreak: The Bold and the Beautiful cast use mannequin, spouse stand-ins to shoot intimate scenes
The Bold and the Beautiful is one of the first TV series to resume taping after an industry-wide shutdown in March due to the coronavirus outbreak
The Comey Rule is about the clash between former FBI director James Comey and US President Donald Trump over Russian interference in the 2016 election
John Krasinski's YouTube series Some Good News bought by CBS network; actor will no longer serve as host
John Krasinski has struck a deal with ViacomCBS to license his popular digital series Some Good News, which will appear across a number of network's properties
Fred Silverman, the only TV executive who steered programming for each of the Big Three broadcast networks and who brought All in the Family, Roots, Hawaii Five-O and other hit series to television during his more than three-decade career, has died
CBS has handed a pilot order to The Equaliser, a reboot of the 1980s classic crime drama series, starring Queen Latifah in the lead.
Philip McKeon is survived by his mother and sister Nancy, best known for playing Jo Polniaczek in the 1980s NBC situation comedy The Facts of Life.
British broadcaster BT Sport retains Champions League rights for 2021-24 cycle in deal worth over $1.5 billion
The three-year detail sees BT paying 400 million pounds ($515 million) per season for British rights to the Champions League, the Europa League and the new Europa Conference League, which debuts in 2021
Europe heat wave: 400 more people died in Netherlands during record-breaking summer week, says Dutch statistics agency
400 people more died in the Netherlands during Europe’s recent record-breaking heatwave than in a regular summer week, Dutch national statistics agency CBS.
The Big Bang Theory series finale premiered on 16 May.
The Twilight Zone: Jordan Peele's reboot of 1960s anthology series renewed for season 2 at CBS All Access
The Twilight Zone, which is a reboot of the timeless anthology series created by Rod Serling, features writer-director Jordan Peele as host and narrator
Powering the commuter motorcycle is a 102cc engine producing 7.9PS and 8.34Nm of torque.
Apart from the addition of CBS, the 2018 Suzuki Access 125 remains unchanged mechanically.
Young Sheldon's renewal comes hot on the heels of The Big Bang Theory series finale this spring after 12 seasons on the network
Apple has long hinted at a planned video service after spending $2 billion in Hollywood.
The series based on The Stand will be helmed, produced and written by Josh Boone.
FBI spinoff titled Most Wanted in the works at CBS; Dick Wolf to helm show with his Law & Order team
CBS is said to be re-teaming with Dick Wolf for FBI: Most Wanted. The spinoff will be aired as a planted episode in the main series.
Star Trek comedy animated series gets two-season order from CBS All Access; Rick and Morty writer on board
Star Trek: Lower Decks will be helmed by Rick and Morty writer Mike McMahan
CBS chief Leslie Moonves leaves company after sexual misconduct allegations; company to donate $20mn to #MeToo movement
Moonves's departure had been widely expected, with US media reporting that the terms of his exit had been under negotiation for weeks, and a deal had been anticipated before markets open Monday.
Media company CBS Corp's board is in talks with Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Les Moonves to negotiate his exit, according to several media reports.