Bob Barker will return to “The Price is Right” to mark his 90th birthday Dec. 12. Details …
A California woman became the second-biggest winner in the long history of “The Price is Right” Monday when she took home $140,236 in cash and prizes. Watch …
UPDATE: “The Price Is Right” special kids edition scheduled to air today has been preempted due to CBS News’ continuing live coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings tragedy. The first-ever kids episode episode has been rescheduled to air on Friday, May 3. A repeat episode of “The Price Is Right” will air Thursday in the […]
CBS announced Friday the winner of the first-ever male model search for “The Price Is Right.” Rob Wilson, come on down!
UPDATED: Drew Carey says “The Price is Right” didn’t snub his predecessor, Bob Barker. Here’s what Drew had to say …
If you’ve ever secretly fantasized about channeling your inner Vanna White or showing off the grand prizes in showcase showdown, you may get your chance…if you’re a man.
It’s amazing how the news cycle can even pass “The Daily Show” by sometimes; if something happens as they take their three-day weekends, sometimes their response on Monday seems a bit behind. That was the case with their take on the “Kony 2012” movement.
This week is celebrity week on “The Price is Right,” with celebrities helping contestants in the pricing games. Whatever the contestant wins, the celebrity wins for his or her charity. On Monday, the show kicked off the week with Snoop Dogg, who ended up raising over $70,000 for his youth football leagues.
To celebrate 40 seasons on the air, on Jan. 2 “The Price is Right” is launching its first-ever “Celebrity Charity Week,” in which stars team up with contestants to help vie for a spot in the Showcase Showdown.
Ever since Tery Kniess somehow managed to exactly guess the price of a Showcase on “The Price is Right” three years ago, the producers there have tried to shake up the formula, and offer prizes whose price tags can’t be so easily guessed. This has led to wild overbids, double overbids (leading to the signature […]