CBS Celebrates 50 Years Of The NFL TodayPhil Sims and Nate Burleson join The NFL Today, CBS's flagship NFL program that's celebrating its 50th year.
Romo To Call Cowboys On Thanksgiving, Might Get Earlier GameTony Romo should call his first Cowboys game in November in the former Dallas quarterback's first season as lead NFL analyst on CBS.
CBS To Broadcast 'World's Toughest Mudder' On Christmas DayThe network will premiere a broadcast of one of the world's most extreme endurance competitions on Christmas Day.
Bradley Cooper To Produce Stand Up To Cancer TelecastBradley Cooper is throwing his weight behind a Stand Up To Cancer telecast, serving as executive producer for the fundraiser airing in September.
GRAMMYs And CBS Re-up Through 2026 For Record 54 YearsThe GRAMMY Awards telecast will air on CBS through 2026.
Lundquist To Step Down From SEC Football On CBS After 2016Verne Lundquist will call one more season of Southeastern Conference football for CBS before Brad Nessler takes over the sport's highest-rated TV package.
Lady Antebellum To Host Televised ACM Honors ShowGrammy-winning country group Lady Antebellum will host the 10th annual ACM Honors show, which will be televised for the first time.
Winner Of ‘Survivor’ 32 NamedMichele Fitzgerald, the 24-year-old bartender from Freehold, New Jersey, was named the ultimate "Survivor" Wednesday night in a live finale that aired on CBS.
Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton Kick Off ACM AwardsBlake Shelton may not be hosting this year's Academy of Country Music Awards with Luke Bryan, like usual, but the singer joined Bryan to open the show with a performance, taking the spot of new co-host Dierks Bentley.
Shemar Moore Exits 'Criminal Minds' After 11 SeasonsAfter 11 seasons as SSA Derek Morgan on Criminal Minds, Shemar Moore is retiring his bullet-proof vest.
'NCIS' Hits Its 300th Episode Milestone"NCIS" is celebrating a milestone very few television series have reached: 300 episodes.
'NCIS' Renewed For Two More SeasonsCBS announced today that it has renewed NCIS, the #1 television drama series in the U.S. and worldwide, for two more seasons, and that series star and executive producer Mark Harmon has signed a new two-year deal.