All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘CBS’

Google’s Chromecast Gains Fox, CBS Support

It’s a good day for Chromecast users hoping to get more streaming content options. Both CBS and Fox announced new support for Google’s $35 streaming device. CBS announced the ability to cast CBS content from CBS.com and the CBS App, including that from the CBS All Access subscription service, which costs $5.99 a month for over 7,000 on-demand episodes from …

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Showtime’s Streaming Service Launching ‘In the Coming Months’

Still no hard timeline for CBS’s rollout of its HBO Now-like standalone streaming platform for Showtime, but it shouldn’t be too much longer. CBS head Les Moonves had that much to say in a recent earnings call. From CBS Communications’ Dana McClintock: Moonves on #CBSEarnings call: We’re “looking forward to rolling out our new Showtime over-the-top service in the coming …

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Showtime to Launch a Standalone Streaming Service, Too

Not to be outdone by those clowns over at HBO, Showtime will also offer some sort of cable-free, standalone streaming service. That’s according to CBS head Les Moonves, who made the announcement at the Deutsche Bank Securities 2015 Media, Internet & Telecom Conference. He said that we can expect it in “the not-too-distant future,” but didn’t provide a solid timeframe. …

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Marg Helgenberger To Do Extended Guest Role On “Under The Dome”

Marg Helgenberger will be joining Under the Dome for its third season beginning this summer. The drama, based on the Stephen King novel, will premiere June 25th with a two-hour premiere from 9-11 p.m. Then Under the Dome, with Marg Helgenberger on for a good part of the summer, will move to its regular slot at 10 p.m. Thursday, July …

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CSI Heads to Hulu in First Streaming Deal for Show

Beginning in early April, you’ll be able to stream over 300 episodes of CBS’ long-running crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on Hulu Plus. This is the first time that CSI has ever been licensed to a streaming video on-demand service. “CSI is one of the most popular television franchises in the world and we could not be more thrilled …

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Cote De Pablo Returning To CBS For ‘The Dovekeepers’

During the Television Critics Association’s winter tour, Cote de Pablo appeared on a panel for the upcoming miniseries The Dovekeepers. The former NCIS star talked about her new project as well as the potential return of her beloved NCIS character, ex-Mossad operative Ziva David. The actress revealed that she is open for a return visit under the right circumstances, citing …

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Sharyl Attkisson Sues DOJ Over Alleged Hacking

Former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson has made her accusations against the Obama administration official, as she has sued the Justice Department over the alleged hacking of her computers. According to a press release, Attkisson has filed administrative claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act against the Department of Justice, the U.S. Postal Service, and certain unnamed employees and/or agents …

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Max Baer, Jr. of ‘Beverly Hillbillies’ Suing CBS

Max Baer, Jr. is the former actor best known as Jethro Bodine on The Beverly Hillbillies–a popular TV show that ran from 1962 to 1971. Jethro–or Max–claims CBS is undermining his plan to create a ‘restaurant empire,’ and it’s all because of one rib joint in Des Moines, Iowa. TMZ reports that Max Baer, Jr. previously made a deal with …

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Max Baer Jr Sues CBS in ‘Jethro’s BBQ’ Squabble

Max Baer Jr. is accusing CBS of making a secret deal with a small BBQ restaurant chain to allow it to “capitalize upon and exploit virtually every element” of the series for which he’s famous. Baer Jr., who you probably know as Jethro Bodine on The Beverly Hillbillies, has filed a lawsuit against the network. According to Baer Jr., CBS …

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Téa Leoni Finds New Love In Her ‘Madam Secretary’ Co-Star

After getting divorced from X-Files star David Duchovny last August, Téa Leoni is moving on to another man in the form of her Madam Secretary co-star Tim Daly. The new couple is taking their on-screen romance to off-screen, the actress revealed in the new issue of Us Weekly. A source tells us that the couple’s chemistry on set “is electrifying.” …

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CBS Cancels ‘The Millers’ After Four Episodes

CBS has cancelled The Millers after being only four episodes into its sophomore season. The comedy, which has been airing on Monday nights after being moved from Thursday nights, “stars Will Arnett as a TV-news reporter and Margo Martindale and Beau Bridges as his bickering, separated parents, according to USA Today. The series was created by Greg Garcia, who also …

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Alyson Hannigan To Guest Star On The McCarthys

Actress Alyson Hannigan is set to return to CBS. On Friday, CBS announced that they would be bringing the How I Met Your Mother Actress on for a guest appearance on their freshman comedy The McCarthys, according to Entertainment Weekly. Hannigan will appear in the show’s Christmas episode, which is set to premiere on Thursday, December 18, as Pam, Marjorie …

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