William Petersen is heading back to TV. No, not in a valiant return to “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” but as the star of an upcoming series on Cinemax called “Hurt People,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Two years after leaving the hit CBS show, Petersen will now star in the pilot as Hollis Brown, “a […]
Elisabeth Shue made herself right at home in her debut on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” on CBS.
This week’s Top Five: Kiefer Sutherland’s new “Touch,” politics as usual, Marg Helgenberger says goodbye, “Rhapsody in Simpsons” and the tyranny of “Dance Moms.”
Marg Helgenberger makes her exit from “CSI” with tears and hugs. Read what happened as Catherine Willows worked her last case.
TV’s longest goodbye continues Wednesday night on CBS with Part Two of Marg Helgenberger’s last case on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”
A beloved character on a long-running show begins to make her exit. She’s so important that we’ve placed her at the pinnacle of greatness — top position in our weekly Top Five.
Catherine Willows goes out with a bang, not a whimper, when Marg Helgenberger makes her exit from the long-running hit CBS series in a two-part “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” story, beginning on Wednesday, January 18 at 10 p.m. on CBS.
On any other network, “A Gifted Man” would be a major hit. But on CBS, it’s the lowest-rated prime-time series on the network. What’s an executive producer to do?
A new list of TV’s highest-paid actors reveals there’s millions to be made on TV, even when you’re not actually on TV. In a list of TV’s Top 10 highest-paid male actors that was just posted by Forbes magazine here, half of the 10 are not even currently on television, starting with Charlie Sheen. With […]
Who’s on top in the week’s Top Five? Even in a week as action-packed as this one was, one guy stands out: Ashton Kutcher. And here’s why: 1) Charlie who? Ashton Kutcher is CBS’s new MVP: How could he not be? Kutcher finally debuted as Charlie Sheen’s replacement on “Two and a Half Men” Monday […]