Corden’s seemingly never-ending list of social media accounts to follow him on is both a hilarious joke and a commentary on the digital age humans live in now
James Corden began his foray as the “Late Late Show” host with a schoolboy’s giggle and a bid to endear himself to viewers as a nice English bloke looking for a little American TV love.
Music guests in the next few weeks include George Ezra, Noel Gallagher and Jessie Ware.
An odd-couple cop drama with a not-so-buddy comedy streak: That’s “Battle Creek,” which pairs a hard-bitten detective from the budget-strapped police force in Battle Creek, Michigan, with a golden-boy agent in the flush FBI who seems incapable of making an uncertain move.
James Corden is the perfect host.
CBS announced this week that “Mom,” “Mike & Molly” and “2 Broke Girls” have been renewed for the 2015-2016 broadcast season.
If you’re looking for the best rock band of the moment, here you go.
This summer will be hotter than ever for CBS’ primetime schedule with the announcement of a new drama, two returning dramas and the summer’s biggest reality show.
Be a part of history when CBS’ wildly popular drama “CSI” embarks on a global effort to break the Guinness World Record for “Largest Ever TV Drama Simulcast.”
The new “Late Late Show” host has secured his first guest.
“Battle Creek,” a Vince Gilligan-produced drama, follows two mismatched law enforcement officers with polar opposite views of the world and crime-solving.
The Angel’s of Victoria’s Secret are back with a brand new TV special.
The 2015 pilot season has started, and CBS has already ordered plenty of new dramas and comedies
The official after-party for the Grammy Awards was a tribute concert for Stevie Wonder, airing Monday, Feb. 16th.
A few Grammy nominees with Minnesota connections won golden gramophones on Sunday night, but the biggest Minnesota winner of all was presenter Prince, according to the reception on Twitter. Prince was on hand to present the album of the year award, which many expected to go to either Beyonce or Sam Smith.
He also said the Kardashian’s should own part of E!.
Pharrell, Beyonce, John Legend and Common got in on the protest.
Album of the Year was the only big one that eluded him.
We know Sia isn’t so keen on showing her face in public (so, hey, why not record a pop album?), but her GRAMMY performance tonight was some other-level shy stuff.
The performance featured a classic gospel song, and one that’s surely destined to be.
Seriously. Lots of black.
The song was only released days ago, but Rihanna’s collaboration with Kanye West and Paul McCartney got its first public performance on the 57th Annual GRAMMYs.
The singer, who took home the award for Best New Artist earlier in the evening, earned the distinction for Song of the Year for his song “Stay with Me”—the Darkchild version, that is.
He may have flown under the radar the whole ride, but in the end, Beck came out on top.
In a few nights, the GRAMMYs will put on a huge all-star tribute to Stevie Wonder, but they started it off a bit early at the 57th Annual GRAMMYs with a performance by Usher.