CBS has renewed Big Brother for two more seasons, ensuring that the show will be on through the summer of 2016.
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Want a chance for Wayne Brady to sing a song about all the ways he could love you while playing for a cash prize? Get in line.
Let’s Make a Deal, the reboot of the classic game show, will return to CBS on Monday, Sept. 22. Now that he’s a couple years into hosting the show, Brady says he’s finally playing with the “big boys”—especially considering the fact that the show won a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Original Song.
“It’s like, ‘Oh, I guess you’re around for a while and it means something,'” Brady told EW on the show’s set. “The show is getting respect with these Emmy nominations and win now.” READ FULL STORY
Great news: Hawaii Five-0 returns in one week. Even better news: EW has scoop on the new season. We put executive producer Peter Lenkov in The Hot Seat, where he had the option of answering your questions from Twitter with “Yes,” “No” or “Can’t say.” Get the scoop below:
Hawaii Five-0’s “carguments” are moving into full-on therapy.
By now, fans of The Big Bang Theory have seen the season premiere photos that show Kaley Cuoco’s new ‘do will factor into the storyline on the CBS comedy—that’s right, Penny will be sporting a pixie cut when the show returns. But for those of you wondering why, EW has a new behind-the-scenes video where Cuoco reveals the catalyst for her extreme makeover. Plus: The rest of the cast shares what they’ve been up to all summer:
CBS will be staging a crossover of sorts when NCIS: Los Angeles’ Linda Hunt guest-stars on Scorpion, EW has learned exclusively.
A former basketballer is coming to Mom.
Retired Los Angeles Laker Rick Fox will guest star on an upcoming episode of CBS’ sophomore comedy, which stars Anna Faris as struggling single mother Christy and Emmy winner Allison Janney as her vitriolic mother, Bonnie.
Fox will play Dr. James Kendall, the handsome doctor who’s married to Jill (recurring star Jaime Pressly), the newly sober woman whom Christy is sponsoring. The wealthy doc is no longer willing to put up with his wife’s erratic behavior and addiction issues.
Mom returns for its second season on Sept. 29 at 8:30 p.m. on CBS.
CBS has given a script commitment to a medical drama from Halle Berry and House executive producer Katie Jacobs, EW has confirmed.
Robert and Michelle King are continuing their good relationship with CBS.
The husband and wife team have signed a new three-year deal to continue as executive producers and showrunner on the hit series The Good Wife. In addition, the new agreement has the Kings developing a new comedy-horror series for the studio. CBS has made a put-pilot commitment to Brain Dead, described as an hourlong comedic horror series set in the world of D.C. politics — in other words, “The West Wing meets The Strain.” The series will reunite the entire team of The Good Wife, with the Kings as writers and executive producers and Scott Free producing alongside CBS TV Studios for the CBS network.
Coming off an explosive fifth season and second Emmy win for star Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife will return on CBS on Sunday, September 21.
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