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December 6, 2012 | By Greg Braxton
CBS has announced mid-season dates for the premiere of its new drama "Golden Boy" and the seventh-season return of "Rules of Engagement. " "Golden Boy," which stars Theo James as an ambitious cop who becomes the youngest police commissioner in the history of New York City, will air with two previews on Feb. 26 and March 5 -- both at 10 p.m. -- before moving to its regular Friday at 10 p.m. slot on March 8. "Rules of Engagement" will return on...
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 2012 | By Joe Flint
ABC has wooed a veteran CBS executive for a key position at the network. Andy Kubitz, CBS senior vice president of scheduling, is expected to join Walt Disney Co.'s ABC as its top scheduler, people close to the situation said. Kubitz will fill the void at ABC left by the departure of its scheduler Jeff Bader, who bolted from the network earlier this month for NBC. Bader had been with ABC for almost 25 years but the lure of a bigger title and paycheck at the Peacock network proved irresistible.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 7, 2013 | By Wesley Lowery
Celebrities walking the carpet in flashy, wild and revealing outfits has come to be an expected part of the award show experience, and the Grammys are no different.  But on the heels of a Super Bowl broadcast that included the game MVP dropping an f-bomb on national television, CBS executives have reached out to those attending music's biggest night with a simple directive: cover up. According to an emailed "Wardrobe Advisory" sent by the...
NEWS
June 15, 2012 | By Scott Collins
CBS tried to shutter ABC's reality series "The Glass House," but a federal judge on Friday said the show will go on. Claiming the ABC series is a "Big Brother" copycat, CBS filed for a temporary restraining order in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against "Glass House" that would have blocked its Monday premiere. The network had already sued ABC and "Glass House" producers claiming copyright infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets; that suit is still pending.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 2012 | By Greg Braxton
CBS has dropped its copyright infringement lawsuit againstABC's reality series "The Glass House," which the network had contended was a close copy of its"Big Brother" reality show. Executives maintained the low rating of "Glass House" made the suit unnecessary. "The viewers have spoken and delivered the ultimate form of justice against 'The Glass House,' " said the statement from CBS. "As a result, we filed in federal court this morning a voluntary dismissal without prejudice of our claims against ABC. " However, CBS left open the door for further legal action: "We reserve the right to re-file this claim against ABC/"The Glass House" or any other entity, that goes to such shocking lengths to duplicate our copyright material.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 2012 | By Ed Stockly
Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 30 - Oct. 6 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     SERIES Home & Family: This new lifestyle series takes place in a New England Colonial-style home on the backlot at Universal Studios where hosts Mark Steines and Paige Davis focus on everything in the domestic universe (10 a.m. Hallmark). The Real Housewives of New York City:  Ramona throws a charity event in the season finale (9 p.m. Bravo)
ENTERTAINMENT
June 14, 2013 | By Joe Flint
President Obama has been left on the cutting room floor of CBS' new summer series "Under the Dome. " An audio clip of the president that was in the first hour of the series that CBS sent to critics earlier this month will be cut from the episode that will ultimately air, a CBS spokesman said. The show, based on a Stephen King book, is about a small town that for mysterious reasons becomes enclosed under a huge transparent dome. In the scene, which comes at the end of the first hour, Obama is heard amid a slew of fake reports talking about what is going in the town.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2013 | By Joe Flint
There has been no outcry against CBS from viewers angry with the network's unintentional airing of Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco swearing while celebrating the team's Super Bowl win, according to a senior executive at the network. "We've gotten a handful of complaints [but] there are more people asking questions about the blackout," said Martin Franks, executive vice president of planning, policy and government affairs for CBS. In an interview, Franks said the only way the network could have avoided picking up Flacco's swearing would have been to put the entire game on a tape delay.
NEWS
February 8, 2013 | By Paul Whitefield
Apparently, “The Twilight Zone” was more than just a TV show. It was real. How do I know? Because we've just gone back in time. You may think it's February 2013, but it's actually February 1958. Or at least it is at CBS. How else to explain the network's attempt to control what celebrity attendees of Sunday's Grammy Awards will wear? VOTE: Grammy awards play-at-home ballot Yep, that's right, the good nuns at CBS want the rappers and rockers to straighten up and dress right.
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