The action this week was in mornings and late-night as Keith Olbermann did an interview with David Letterman and the network morning shows all went at it with guest-hosts, high-profile guests and unusual stunts.
David Letterman forgot CBS colleague Erica Hill’s name when he recited a monologue bit about his network’s morning show on Wednesday night’s “Late Show.”
Oprah Winfrey didn’t realize starting her own cable channel would be so difficult. And if she had known, she probably wouldn’t have undertaken it, she said Monday.
Katie Couric’s subbing stint on “Good Morning America” has “The Today Show” bringing in a big gun to compete with her on Tuesday — Sarah Palin. Oh, and then there’s Oprah. The morning shows go to war this week — details . . .
In not-at-all-shocking news, CBS announced today that Oprah Winfrey will appear on “CBS This Morning” on Monday to talk about her plans for the struggling OWN network. Why is it not surprising? Because one of the co-anchors is Oprah’s official BFF, Gayle King. The only surprise is that they waited three whole months since the […]
Did Oprah and best friend Gayle King had a major falling out over King leaving OWN for CBS? King visited the set of “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” and was quick to put those rumors to rest once and for all. “I heard that Oprah was really mad at you,” Fallon asked as soon as […]
Another day, another shakeup for Oprah Winfrey’s struggling network OWN.
“CBS This Morning”! It’s not silly! This is not meant to damn with faint praise the brand-new wakeup show CBS is billing as “a more thoughtful, substantive and insightful source of news and information.”
Time to steal the doughnuts! Apparently, that’s also the way to steal New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s heart.
Oprah Winfrey will make an appearance on CBS’s ‘This Morning” when the time is right, Gayle King says.