It’s become a seasonal tradition for lingerie lovers the world over, and the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is coming back to New York City this winter!
Earlier today (October 1) the popular brand announced that this year’s extravaganza will air on December 8th at 10:00pm on the CBS Network.
The sexual tension between Penny and Leonard has been building for years and on tonight’s episode of “Big Bang Theory” Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki’s characters will be getting hitched!
In an exciting Instagram post, the 29-year-old blonde babe shared a snapshot of herself and Galecki standing in a chapel, preparing to say “I Do.”
Given her top-level status in the entertainment industry, Rihanna knows a thing or two about standing up for herself.
So when CBS pulled Ri-Ri’s “Run This Town” intro from their “Thursday Night Football” broadcast in light of the Ray Rice controversy, the “Umbrella” babe was none-too-pleased.
Never afraid to explore new territory, Chuck Lorre has announced he’ll deal with the theme of gay adoption in the upcoming season of “Two and a Half Men.”
The 12th and final run will commence with Ashton Kutcher's Walden coming to terms with his own mortality due to health issues.
Getting ready for the premiere of her new series, Halle Berry stepped out for the CBS Upfronts in New York City on Wednesday evening (May 14).
Rocking a casual ensemble, the Oscar-winning actress struck a few poses on the red carpet below heading inside to mingle with her fellow network stars.
CBS is the latest network to release its highly anticipated schedule. A majority of fan favorite programs are making a return for the upcoming fall season, including “Big Bang Theory” and “2 Broke Girls.”
Most of the United States is still dealing with snowy weather, but CBS is gearing up for their summer 2014 schedule.
On Tuesday, the network unveiled its new schedule, with a couple of new shows joining the line-up.
We're big fans of their first collaboration “Good Will Hunting,” so it's thrilling to learn that Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are teaming up again, just not in a way you’d expect.
The Hollywood hunks are co-producing a CBS sitcom titled “More Time with Family,” per a report from The Hollywood Reporter.