|[07/30/20 - 05:00 AM]
ViacomCBS Debuts Expanded and Enhanced CBS All Access
More than 3,500 episodes across ViacomCBS' leading portfolio of entertainment brands will now be available on CBS All Access, including popular series from BET, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Smithsonian Channel and more.
|[05/19/20 - 12:15 PM]
CBS Unveils 2020-2021 Primetime Lineup; 3 New Series Join 23 Returning Shows
The new fall schedule features perennial strength and stability, plus big new show additions on Thursday and Sunday.
|[05/19/20 - 06:30 AM]
CBS Will Finish the 2019-2020 Season as America's Most-Watched Network for 12th Straight Year
CBS further spins the numbers for the season to date.
|[05/06/20 - 10:00 AM]
CBS Announces the Return of 23 Series for the 2020-2021 Broadcast Season
Newcomers "All Rise," "Bob (Hearts) Abishola," "Evil," "FBI: Most Wanted" and "The Unicorn" are among the returning class.
|[03/17/20 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 17
Updates include: "American Idol" and "The Voice" mull fate of live shows; and more than 30 series to be at least one episode short of their original commitments.
|[03/13/20 - 11:11 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 13
Updates include: CBS All Access pushes "Tooning Out the News" premiere; production on nearly all broadcast pilots to be delayed or suspended; and The CW's "The 100" to complete final episode.
|[03/13/20 - 06:42 AM]
CBS Television Network Programming Slated to Air in Place of NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament
A mix of repeats and originals will fill the void left by the cancelled event.
|[01/30/20 - 11:49 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, January 30
Updates include: The CW orders pilots for new incarnations of "Kung Fu," "The Republic of Sarah"; Sarah Shahi tapped to star in Netflix's "Sex/Life"; and FOX pilots domestic take on BBC's comedy "This Country."
|[10/22/19 - 04:00 PM]
All Five CBS Freshman Series Receive New Production Orders
The critically acclaimed new drama "Evil" has been renewed for a second season in 2020-2021.
|[10/01/19 - 01:39 PM]
New CBS Series Lead the Way in Premiere Week
CBS spins the numbers for the week of September 23-29.
|[09/17/19 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 17
Updates include: Kiefer Sutherland, Boyd Holbrook board Quibi's "The Fugitive"; Timothy Olyphant signs onto FX's "Fargo"; and Marilyn Manson is bound for Starz's "American Gods."
|[08/26/19 - 08:30 AM]
"CBS Fall Preview Show," A Special Presenting a "First Look" at the Network's Five New Fall Series, to Be Broadcast Monday, Sept. 9
Additionally, the special will be available on demand across multiple platforms through mid-October.
|[06/13/19 - 02:30 PM]
CBS Announces Fall 2019-2020 Primetime Premiere Dates
The network will roll out the bulk of its lineup during the traditional premiere week of September 23-29.
|[05/15/19 - 02:39 PM]
Video: First Look at New Fall Shows on CBS
Watch the preview trailers for all eight new series coming next season on the network.
||[05/15/19 - 06:00 AM]
CBS Unveils 2019-2020 Primetime Lineup; 8 New Series Join 24 Returning Shows
The Eye will roll out three new comedies and two new dramas this fall.
|[05/09/19 - 04:05 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, May 9 - Four Comedies, Three Dramas Kick Off CBS Series Orders
The latter group includes legal drama "All Rise"; supernatural thriller "Evil"; and spin-off series "FBI: Most Wanted."
|[02/28/19 - 11:44 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 28
Updates include: Julia Roberts in talks to star in Amazon's "Charlotte Walsh Likes to Win"; AMC eyes third entry in "The Walking Dead" franchise; and Erin Darke to lead YouTube's "It's a Man's World."
|[12/17/18 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Monday, December 17
Updates include: CBS to wrap "Elementary" after seven seasons; Ray Stevenson to star in ABC's "Reef Break"; and Showtime's "SMILF" under investigation over allegations of abusive behavior.
|[10/05/18 - 11:30 PM]
Development Update: Friday, October 5
Updates include: Brock Ciarlelli tapped for ABC's "The Middle" spin-off; Billy Gardell, Chuck Lorre to re-team for new CBS comedy; and Nick Hargrove joins the cast of The CW's "Charmed."