By Tim Kenneally “We Are Men” is no more. The comedy, which starred Jerry O’Connell, Tony Shalhoub, Chris Smith and Kal Penn, has been pulled from the network’s schedule, effective Oct. 14. Also read: Fall TV Season So Far: NBC Scores Second Straight Weekly Ratings Win “2 Broke Girls” will move into the show’s 8:30 […]
We all know that men, in matters of love, are likely to be wounded warriors. So says “We Are Men,” CBS’ amusing new sitcom about four men making the best of their shared bachelorhood.
With the 2013 “65th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards” set to air this Sunday on CBS at 8 p.m (ET)/5 p.m. (PT), it’s time to take a look at some past winners available on Streampix.
The new series include plenty of recognizable names that can help the transition into unfamiliar programming. With that in mind, here’s a look at some of these actors’ past work and a sneak peak at what’s ahead.
With five new series on deck at CBS this fall, the channel is set to display the likes of Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Anna Faris, Tony Shalhoub, Will Arnett and Toni Collette set to grace the network. Here’s a video preview of all of the new shows that will debut this fall on CBS… […]
They may not help you with your golf game, but watching them will at least keep you from experimenting with new swear words after you miss a three-foot putt.
Now sure, the Super Bowl is a big event. But when you get right down to it, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament makes it look like your kid’s Saturday T-ball game.
Let’s face it. This may be the most difficult weekend of the year. First of all, the weather is like a dancer at a gentleman’s club – teasing you with the possibility of exciting things but ultimately still quite cold. Second, Daylight Savings Time is about to start and that means you lose a very […]
By Sandy Cohen LOS ANGELES — The assignment was a daunting one: Make a TV special that presents five short dramas about breast cancer and isn’t a total downer. Jennifer Aniston couldn’t resist the challenge. The 42-year-old actress had already decided to devote a year to producing and directing when she learned about “Five.” Just […]
The 2010 Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, are over now, and here are all the winners. Mad Men and Modern Family took the top honors for Outstanding Drama and Comedy, respectively, and the latter scored two other Emmys, including the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy for Eric Stonestreet. Glee only took home two […]