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Emily Heller Inks Overall Deal With CBS Studios (EXCLUSIVE)

Emily Heller has signed an overall deal with CBS Studios, Variety has learned exclusively. Under the deal, Heller will focus on developing comedy projects. This will come naturally to Heller, who has racked up an impressive resume in the comedy world in recent years. She has worked as a writer and producer on a number of popular […]
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CBS Studios Employee Hospitalized After Huge Set Wall Falls on Him

A CBS employee at its famous TV and film studio was injured when part of a 600-lb. wall collapsed on him.
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Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Teaser Reveals First Look at Q’s Return

Paramount+ has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of Star Trek: Picard, which is scheduled to make its return sometime in 2022. The video, which you can check out below, provides us a glimpse at what to expect for the new season, including our first look at John de Lancie’s return as Q, who is described as one of Star Trek‘s greatest anti-heroes. It also highlights Jeri Ryan’s Seven of Nine as she is seen waking up without her Borg implants towards the end of the t...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Sci-fi, Star Trek, TV News, Streaming, Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Stewart, Jean Luc Picard, Picard, CBS Studios, Alex Kurtzman, ComingSoon, Akiva Goldsman


‘Clarice’ to End After One Season on CBS, Maybe the Lambs Will Stop Screaming

The lambs may finally stop screaming. Clarice will reportedly end after just one season on CBS, after talks stalled on the Silence of the Lambs prequel’s planned move from CBS to Paramount+. Now, it seems that move has been nixed, and Clarice is doomed to be thrown at the bottom of a hole alongside so many other one-season shows. Deadline reports that Clarice will end after one season, after negotiations between Paramount+ and co-producer MGM, which would have moved the series to the streame...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Nbc, Horror, Cbs, Bill, Hannibal Lecter, Paramount, MGM, Clarice, Epix, CBS Studios, Bryan Fuller, Alex Kurtzman, Clarice Starling


‘Gossip Girl’ Trailer: Kristen Bell’s Voice is Back to Bully Some Rich Gen-Z Kids in HBO Max Sequel Series

You know you love her. And you know you love her even more when Gossip Girl has turned her sights on the rich Gen-Z influencers of Manhattan, emerging after a nine-year silence to bully some more wealthy teens. HBO Max’s Gossip Girl sequel series introduces a new generation of sexy 20-somethings playing elite Manhattan high schoolers, who take a new girl under their wing, only to find themselves all targeted by an Instagram account calling itself Gossip Girl. Watch the Gossip Girl trailer below...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, Instagram, Sequels, Manhattan, Upper East Side, Kristen Bell, Gossip Girl, Dan Humphrey, Upper West Side, CBS Studios, Joshua Safran, Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage


Paramount Plus Programming Head Julie McNamara to Depart

After 15 years at CBS and now ViacomCBS, Paramount Plus head of programming Julie McNamara is departing the company. ViacomCBS President and CEO of streaming Tom Ryan shared the news with staff Thursday, in addition to a note from McNamara, who called it a “bittersweet moment.” “Working closely with my friend David Stapf, CBS Studios […]
Tags: News, Cbs, McNamara, CBS Studios, Tom Ryan, David Stapf, Julie McNamara, Paramount Plus, ViacomCBS


‘Bull’ Showrunner Glenn Gordon Caron Exits Series

Glenn Gordon Caron, the high-profile TV producer behind hits such as “Moonlighting” and “Medium,” has exited his role as showrunner of CBS’ “Bull,” Variety has confirmed. In addition to no longer being the showrunner of “Bull,” Caron’s overall deal with CBS Studios has also been ended. Reports emerged that he was dismissed after a studio […]
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CBS Studios’ Horror Drama Evil Season 2 May Head to Paramount+

It has been more than a year since Evil had wrapped up its 13-episode first season on CBS, and it looks like creators Robert King and Michelle King’s hit supernatural drama might be moving on from linear broadcast to streaming soon. According to Deadline, negotiations are currently in place for the upcoming Evil Season 2 to officially shift to Paramount+. Circulating reports say that a final decision will most likely be revealed at ViacomCBS’ upfront presentation on Wednesday. The Katja Herbers...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Horror, Evil, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Catholic, Robert King, Paramount, Robert, Clarice, Michelle King, CBS Studios


Clueless Reboot Series No Longer Moving Forward at Peacock

It has been nearly a year since we’ve last heard an update regarding CBS TV Studios’ Clueless reboot, and now The Hollywood Reporter brings word that the development of the series adaptation of the iconic 1995 teen film has been officially cancelled and is no longer moving forward at Peacock. Despite this, the outlet’s sources note that Clueless is still a valuable asset to CBS Studios and they are currently looking to redevelop the project with a different story. The cancelled project was set ...
Tags: Comedy, TV, Movies, Abc, TV News, Jane Austen, Streaming, Cher, Natasha Lyonne, Rian Johnson, Stacey Dash, SilverStone, Clueless, Alicia Silverstone, Emma, Hollywood Reporter


Kiefer Sutherland to Star in Espionage Drama Series for Paramount+

(Photo by Jim Dyson/Redferns via Getty Images) Paramount+ has given a series order for an original, yet-to-be-titled espionage drama starring Golden Globe and Emmy winner Kiefer Sutherland (24, Designated Survivor, The Lost Boys). Sutherland will executive produce alongside writer-directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra (This Is Us, WeCrashed), Charlie Gogolak (The Sinner, WeCrashed), and Suzan Bymel (Designated Survivor). The eight-episode season produced by CBS Studios will stream exclusively ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, TV News, Streaming, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Kiefer Sutherland, John Krasinski, Sutherland, Golden Globe, CTU, Jack Bauer, CBS Studios, Kiefer, John Requa


‘Scarface and the Untouchable’ TV Series About Al Capone and Eliot Ness in the Works at Showtime

The story of Al Capone and Eliot Ness will be dramatized yet again, this time for the Showtime series Scarface and the Untouchable. The series is based on the non-fiction book by Max Allen Collins and A. Brad Schwartz, and “chronicles the lives of gangster Al Capone and his lawman nemesis, Eliot Ness in Prohibition-era Chicago.” The tale of Capone and Ness has been told before in multiple forms of media, including the Untouchables TV series which in turn inspired Brian De Palma’s stylish, very ...
Tags: Florida, Hbo, Television, Movies, White House, Chicago, Showtime, Adaptation, Robert De Niro, Tom Hardy, Kevin Costner, Brian De Palma, Brad Schwartz, Schwartz, South Side, Eliot Ness


Tarana Burke, Mervyn Marcano Ink Overall Deal with CBS Studios

#MeToo movement founder and activist Tarana Burke and her producing partner Mervyn Marcano have struck an overall producing deal with CBS Studios to develop scripted, unscripted and documentary projects for linear television and streaming platforms. Their entity Field/House Productions will serve to develop and produce stories that “embrace complexity and highlight underrepresented voices,” with the […]
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 Trailer Faces an Unknown Threat

Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 trailer faces an unknown threat Paramount+ has released the first trailer for the upcoming fourth season of Star Trek: Discovery, which is set to premiere later this year. The video features Sonequa Martin-Green’s Captain Burnham as she leads the crew against an unknown threat that could possibly destroy all of them without any warning. This comes after the hit sci-fi series wrapped up its 13-episode third season earlier this year. Check out the video in the pla...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Nasa, Star Trek, TV News, Streaming, Paramount, Burnham, CBS Studios, Starfleet, Nichelle Nichols, Alex Kurtzman, ComingSoon, Trevor Roth, Star Trek Discovery


‘The Neighborhood’ Creator Jim Reynolds Exits Amid Leadership Complaints

“The Neighborhood” creator, producer and showrunner Jim Reynolds has exited the show amid concerns over his leadership style. According to a source familiar with the situation, CBS Studios had received negative feedback about Reynolds’ abilities as a leader and manager, some of which related to cultural issues, including from two Black writers who recently left […]
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Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Teaser Hints at a Character’s Return

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Star Trek: Picard Season 2 teaser hints at character return Patrick Stewart narrates over the teaser trailer of Star Trek: Picard Season 2 as a hint of what’s to come on the Paramount+ series. which is now in production. That is answered when John de Lancie’s voice interrupts the narration as his character Q. In a virtual panel, de Lancie confirmed he will appear as Q in Season 2 of Star Trek: Picard when it premieres in 2022!Check out the teaser in the player below! One...
Tags: TV, Movies, Deanna Troi, Star Trek, TV News, Patrick Stewart, Paramount, Picard, CBS Studios, Alex Kurtzman, LeVar Burton, ComingSoon, Akiva Goldsman, Jonathan Frakes, Trevor Roth, Jeri Ryan


Morning Docket: 04.05.21

* A law firm suing New York delis and restaurants for purported wage violations allegedly used inaccurate work records. Guess it is alleged they are full of bologna... [New York Post] * A defaced billboard for a New Orleans attorney claims the lawyer is a bad restaurant tipper. [Newsweek] * A lawyer accidentally locked himself in handcuffs while preparing for a demonstration in a murder case and then realized he didn't have the key. Got to hand it to the attorney for his dedication. [Times]...
Tags: New York Post, New York, Supreme Court, Law, Obamacare, New Orleans, Cbs, Vox, Newsweek, Deli, CBS Studios, Macgyver, Morning Docket


‘CSI: Vegas’ Gets Series Order at CBS With Original Stars William Petersen and Jorja Fox

CSI is heading back to Sin City. And it’s got a couple of familiar faces to lead the way. Original CSI series stars William Petersen and Jorja Fox are set to return in CSI: Vegas, the latest installment in CBS’ hit forensics procedural series, which takes the franchise back to where it all began. Variety reports that CBS has given a series order to CSI: Vegas, a sequel series to the original CSI, which will feature original series stars William Petersen and Jorja Fox reprising their roles as...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Fox, Miami, Cbs, Las Vegas, CSI, Sin City, Petersen, Variety, CBS Entertainment, CBS Studios, Mystery/Suspense, William Petersen, Jorja Fox


TV Bits: ‘Everybody Hates Chris’, ‘Dad Stop Embarrassing Me!’, ‘Better Call Saul’, ‘Reacher’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: An animated version of Everybody Hates Chris is on the way. Watch the Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! trailer for the new Netflix sitcom starring Jamie Foxx. Better Call Saul digital series Employee Training will be back, along with the animated Slippin’ Jimmy. Reacher, based on the Jack Reach series, adds more cast members. Looney Tunes Cartoon executive producer Pete Browngardt signs new deal with Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network. The Witcher adds seven new ca...
Tags: Television, BEEF, Better Call Saul, Dad Stop Embarrassing Me, Everybody Hates Chris, Motherland, Reacher, Snowfall, The Witcher, Truly Like Lightning


David Hasselhoff is Back and Taking on ‘Ze Network’ in Germany

David Hasselhoff is heading to Germany to star in a comedy spy series produced by Christian Alvart’s Berlin-based Syrreal Entertainment in what will be the first project from the company’s new international first-look deal with CBS Studios. A straight-to-series order for Mediengruppe RTL’s SVOD platform TVNow, “Ze Network” sees Hasselhoff playing himself as he travels […]
Tags: Germany, Berlin, Global, Actors, Production, Directors, David Hasselhoff, Producers, CBS Studios, Hasselhoff, Christian Alvart, Syrreal Entertainment, Ze Network


‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ TV Series Moves From Paramount+ to Showtime

After shaping up to be a Paramount+ original, The Man Who Fell to Earth TV series, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor in the title role originated by David Bowie in the 1976 sci-fi classic, is now landing at Showtime. Showtime announced that The Man Who Fell to Earth drama series will premiere exclusively on the cable network in 2022. Ejiofor is still attached to play the alien character who arrives on Earth at a pivotal turning point in human evolution, in a TV series based on the Walter Tevis novel...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Netflix, David Bowie, Showtime, Adaptation, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paramount, Bowie, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Walter Tevis, SHOWTIME SHOWTIME, CBS Studios


Paramount+’s Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Officially Begins Production

Paramount+’s Star Trek: Strange New Worlds officially begins production Paramount+ has officially announced that production on CBS Studios’ newest Star Trek spinoff series titled Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has finally begun in Toronto. The announcement comes with a new video which you can check out below, featuring the main cast led by Anson Mount, Ethan Peck, and Rebecca Romijn as they expressed their excitement in returning to the Star Trek universe. Welcome to the #StarTrekFamily! Bab...
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All Episodes Of ‘For Heaven’s Sake’ Are Available NOW!

Two best friends try to piece together a mystery that has baffled the police and one family for 85 years Put on your detective hat (and a warm coat), there’s a very, very cold case to solve. In Ontario, Canada during the winter of 1934, Harold Heaven disappeared from his cabin. Local police searched the woods and dredged the lake but Harold was never found, and with no more leads to follow the case was unceremoniously closed as a likely suicide. Now, 85 years later, Harold’s great-g...
Tags: Canada, Humor, Cbs, Jackson, Paramount, Nordics, Cbc, Mike, Harold, Sloane, Ontario Canada, Sake, CBS Studios, Mike Mildon, Jackson Rowe, CBC Canada


‘No Activity’ Season 4 Arrives On April 8

Season 4 of ‘No Activity’ will be the show’s first fully animated season Season four of No Activity, the first fully animated season, arrives on Paramount+ April 8. This season will find Special Agent Nick Cullen (Brammall) finally realizing his dream of joining the FBI — but his excitement won’t last for long, as he quickly discovers this job is not at all what he expected it to be. A seemingly dull observation detail takes a turn and becomes the potential beginnings of a career-defi...
Tags: Bob Odenkirk, Fbi, Humor, Paramount, Greg, Cullen, Meadows, CBS Studios, O'Donnell, Reinhardt, Tim Meadows, Amy Sedaris, Samara Weaving, Gary Sanchez Productions, Flight School, Joe Keery


New Comedy-Meets-True Crime Doc Series From Funny Or Die Premiering On Paramount+

Two best friends try to piece together a mystery that has baffled the police and one family for 85 years Put on your detective hat (and a warm coat), there’s a very, very cold case to solve. In Ontario, Canada during the winter of 1934, Harold Heaven disappeared from his cabin. Local police searched the woods and dredged the lake but Harold was never found, and with no more leads to follow the case was unceremoniously closed as a likely suicide. Now, 85 years later, Harold’s great-g...
Tags: Canada, Humor, Cbs, Jackson, Paramount, Nordics, Cbc, Mike, Harold, Sloane, Ontario Canada, Sake, CBS Studios, Mike Mildon, Jackson Rowe, CBC Canada


Uzo Aduba Sets CBS Studios Deal, to Star in Drama From Robert and Michelle King

Uzo Aduba has signed a multi-year producing deal with CBS Studios, Variety has confirmed. Under the deal, she will star in and executive produce a new drama series titled “Low Country” that is also executive produced by CBS favorites Robert and Michelle King. Dewayne Jones, who previously worked on the Kings’ shows “Evil” and “Your Honor,” will […]
Tags: News, Kings, Cbs, Robert, Uzo Aduba, Michelle King, CBS Studios, Aduba, Robert And Michelle King, CBS Studios Deal to Star, CBS Studios Variety, Michelle King Dewayne Jones


The 4400 Reboot Gets a Straight-to-Series Order at The CW

The 4400 reboot gets a straight-to-series order at The CW Nearly 14 years since The 4400 concluded its four-year run on USA Network in 2007, Deadline brings word that The CW has officially given a straight-to-series order to the upcoming reboot of the 2000’s cult sci-fi drama series. The project has been in development at the network since 2018. RELATED: The CW Grants Early Renewals to 12 Shows, Including Walker Reboot if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB ...
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‘The Equalizer’ Trailer: Queen Latifah is on a Mission to Fight Injustice

Back in 1999, Queen Latifah co-starred in the thriller The Bone Collector alongside Denzel Washington. In 2014 and 2018, Washington starred in The Equalizer and The Equalizer 2, big screen takes on the classic television series of the same name. And now, the gonzo trivia is complete, since Queen Latifah is now starring in a television reboot of The Equalizer, taking on the same role as her Bone Collector co-star. Can the Oscar-nominated actress dole out vigilante justice as well as Washington? ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Washington, Cbs, Cia, Queen-Latifah, Denzel Washington, Robyn, Latifah, Chris Noth, Lorraine Toussaint, CBS Studios, Universal Television, McCall, Film to TV, Action/Adventure


‘No Activity’ Season 4 Guest Stars Just Announced

Watch ‘No Activity’ on CBS All Access Season four of No Activity, the first fully animated season, will find Special Agent Nick Cullen (Brammall) finally realizing his dream of joining the FBI — but his excitement won’t last for long, as he quickly discovers this job is not at all what he expected it to be. A seemingly dull observation detail takes a turn and becomes the potential beginnings of a career-defining case when he learns of an emerging cult, and when a massive operation tak...
Tags: Bob Odenkirk, Fbi, Humor, Cbs, Greg, Cullen, Meadows, CBS Studios, O'Donnell, Reinhardt, Tim Meadows, Amy Sedaris, Samara Weaving, Gary Sanchez Productions, Flight School, Joe Keery


I was a stockbroker at UBS who went to prison for fraud. Now I'm a white-collar prison consultant who helps high-profile clients get through their time in lockup - here's what my job is like.

Justin Paperny is the founder of White Collar Advice. Justin Paperny Justin Paperny, 45, is a business owner and former federal inmate currently based in Irvine, California. While working as an investment banker at UBS, Paperny was involved with a fraudulent hedge fund that was part of a Ponzi scheme. He pleaded guilty in 2007 to conspiracy to commit mail, wire, and securities fraud and was stripped of his licenses to sell stocks and real estate. In prison, Paperny became friends with fell...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Crime, Prison, Small Business, Law, California, Finance, Careers, America, Trends, Ubs, Mlb, Cbs, Goldman Sachs, Criminal


'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' and more have paused production as California faces rising virus spread and slow vaccine uptake

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" stars Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, and Melissa Fumero. NBCUniversal Television Distribution Several Hollywood guilds and labor unions recommended a temporary halt to in-person production of television shows and independent films. Warner Bros., Walt Disney, Netflix, Sony, Universal, and Showtime pushed production of shows like "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Grey's Anatomy," and "Jeopardy" back to mid-January. California hit another single day record for new cor...
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