And just like that, ‘And Just Like That’ is finally starting to get good
We’re six episodes into the reboot of “Sex and the City” series called “And Just Like That,” and after a bit of a rough start, the new show is finally starting to feel like the show that viewers fell in love with over 20 years ago.
YouTube TV loses ABC, ESPN and other Disney channels after failing to reach deal: ‘We worked hard to avoid this’
The financial dispute between the media giants over carriage fees has led to the first major blackout for the Google-owned YouTube TV, one of the nation’s largest Internet pay-TV services, before the start of college football's bowl season.washingtonpost.com
Eye Opener: Election fallout for Democrats
Democrats are having a heated political debate over who and what is to blame for their poor showing in this week’s elections. Also, the Supreme Court considers its first major gun rights case in more than a decade. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.news.yahoo.com
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy wins reelection
Governor Phil Murphy has won the gubernatorial race in New Jersey, CBS News predicts. He defeated Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli to become the first Democratic governor to win reelection since 1977. CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the latest.news.yahoo.com
Biden pushes back on Fox News and ‘garbage’ story on payments for migrants separated by Trump administration
Taking questions from the press on Wednesday, President Biden denied reports that migrant families separated by the Trump administration would receive up to $450,000 per person. When asked by Fox News’ Peter Doocy if those reports would incentivize migrants to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border, Biden responded, “If you guys keep sending that garbage out, yeah, but it’s not true.”news.yahoo.com
‘What We Do in the Shadows’ is the spookiest (and funniest) TV show you should be watching right now
You’d probably never think that a “mockumentary”-style TV show about a group of vampires who are roommates would be enjoyable, but somehow, FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” is the funniest TV show you’re probably not watching.
Remembering Larry King
Remembering Larry King The award-winning broadcaster, noted for interviewing the famous and infamous for more than 60 years, died Saturday, January 23, 2021, at the age of 87. Correspondent Lee Cowan looks back at the life of Larry King, one of radio and TV's most celebrated interviewers.cbsnews.com
Diverse TV holiday season includes all-Asian Lifetime movie
“A Sugar & Spice Holiday,” premiering Sunday on Lifetime, may be the first feel-good TV Christmas flick to feature a mostly Asian ensemble. It’s one of several projects where cable channels are demonstrating a desire for inclusion this yuletide season. The shift comes a year after the Hallmark Channel dropped an ad that included a same-sex couple. The fallout pointed to an overall diversity problem in the genre with not just the LGBTQ community, but communities of color. Recent months of racial unrest only added to the conversation within the entertainment industry about representation.
‘Days of Our Lives’ not airing Wednesday afternoon
Everyone’s beloved soap opera will not air in its original time slot on Wednesday. Ralph Northam’s coronavirus update will take its place at 1 p.m. The show will run overnight at 2:05 a.m., so make sure you DVR it or stay up for a late-night viewing.
‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’ won’t air on TV for first time in 50 years
Your favorite classic “Peanuts” animations, including “It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” will no longer air on broadcast television. Americans first met the “Peanuts” gang on their TV screens back in 1966, but it has been taken off programming for the first time in more than 50 years. Apple TV+ announced that it has exclusively secured the rights for all things “Peanuts” related. Stream "It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" exclusively on Apple TV+ and get ready for more Peanuts specials this holiday season. https://t.co/rq6TFCLS8L pic.twitter.com/DI14FsjR1l — Apple TV (@AppleTV) October 19, 2020Through this new partnership, the classic Charlie Brown holiday specials won’t air on any other television network this year,Specials like “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and “It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” will stream for free for a few days on the streaming platform.
‘Looking real good, Mike!’: SNL addresses Pence’s famous debate fly
Who would have thought that a fly would go viral? You guessed it — the fly that landed on Pence’s head for over 2 minutes during Wednesday’s debate. Jim Carrey returned to the show to play Joe Biden who ends up turning into the famous fly through teleportation. Writers drew inspiration from Jeff Goldblum’s role in the 1986 film “The Fly." The show gave their theory on why the fly appearance happened, and Carrey’s fly is joined by Kenan Thompson as Herman Caine.
’Days of Our Lives’ won’t be on this week — but it’ll be back Monday
Sorry, “Days of Our Lives” fans — this beloved afternoon soap opera won’t be airing on Thursday and Friday. NBC is not scheduling any “Days of Our Lives” episodes on these two days to show coverage of the 2020 French Open. The show is returning to its normal time slot on Monday right where the plot left off on Wednesday, so you won’t be missing any episodes of your favorite show.
Former ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ contestant joins Blacksburg restaurant team
BLACKSBURG, Va. – This chef impressed Gordon Ramsey enough to make it as a runner-up on Season 14 of Hell’s Kitchen, and now she’ll hopefully impress Blacksburg foodies with her culinary skills. Celebrity chef Torrence "T" Gregorie will be joining the Black Hen & Bar Blue team as a Chef Consultant. Luckily, the restaurant said in its special announcement that they will unveil this week’s menu on Thursday. Chef T used to run a restaurant in St. Paul called Ina + Forbes Restaurant, which she told WCYB was a tribute to her grandmother. Unfortunately, it closed permanently due to COVID-19.
What to watch this weekend: ‘Pen15,’ ‘Ratched’ and more
Thinking that you’ve dried up the old Netflix cue when it comes to new shows and movies to watch? Here are a few suggestions if you’re looking for something new to watch this weekend. It kind of resembles another Netflix competition show, “Nailed It," in which amateur bakers are encouraged to just do their best. ‘Great British Baking Show’The tent is back, the tent is back! ‘American Barbecue Showdown’If you’re a fan of “Great British Baking Show,” then “American Barbecue Showdown” will be right up your alley.
Yes, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ deserved all of those Emmys, and you can finally watch the final season on Netflix Oct. 7
On Sunday evening’s socially distanced Emmy Awards, the Canadian comedy “Schitt’s Creek” made TV history by sweeping all of the major comedy awards it was nominated for, including all of the acting categories. “Schitt’s Creek” follows the rich Rose family, which is forced to move into a motel in the small town of Schitt’s Creek after they lose all of their money. It’s a fish out of water-type scenario, but as the Rose family begins to assimilate to the quirky town, viewers begin to fall in love with the quirky Roses. In reality, the cast of “Schitt’s Creek” should have been getting recognized by the Emmys for years now, but it was only until 2019 that the show and actors got recognized for their work. But there is no better way to go out on your last season of TV than by making history, right?
Sorry, soap opera lovers — “Days of Our Lives” won’t be on air this week
ROANOKE, Va. – Unfortunately, you won’t be able to indulge in this beloved afternoon soap opera on Thursday and Friday. NBC is not scheduling any “Days of Our Lives” episodes on these two days to show coverage of the PGA Tour. The show is returning to its normal time slot on Monday and you won’t be missing and of the drama-filled fun. “The Kelly Clarkson Show” will be airing during the soap opera’s usual time slot at 1 p.m. to make time for golf programming.
Nothing new to watch on Netflix? Think again
At this point in 2020, you’re probably thinking that you’ve watched every movie, TV show and documentary on Netflix. (And with several streaming services -- Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+, to name a few -- there was SO much to see). ‘The Last Dance’This ESPN documentary series about Michael Jordan’s time with the Chicago Bulls captivated America when it premiered at the beginning of the pandemic. In case you missed it, didn’t have access (or now you just want to relive all the magic again) you can finally watch it on Netflix. ‘The Umbrella Academy’The second season of “The Umbrella Academy” dropped on Netflix last month, and fans of the show can’t get enough.
Fresh comedy faces, 'Modern Family' farewell seek Emmy nods
This image released by Hulu shows Ramy Youssef in a scene from "Ramy." Nominations for the next Emmy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, July 28. Last year's best series winners Game of Thrones and Fleabag called it a wrap, clearing the path for others to prevail. The Handmaids Tale, which took the best drama trophy in 2017, is vying for its third nomination in the category. Big Little Lies, last year's winner for best limited series, is hunting for a drama series nod for its second season.
Kristian Alfonso leaving ‘Days of Our Lives’ after 37 years
One of the longest-running and most recognizable faces on NBC’s Days of Our Lives is making her exit after nearly 40 years on the show. Kristian Alfonso announced via Instagram on Monday that she will not be returning to the show as Hope Williams Brady when it resumes production in September. Alfonso started on Days of Our Lives in 1983. “I feel blessed and honored to have been invited into people’s homes for over three decades,” Alfonso wrote. Alfonso said it’s time to write her “next chapter,” but didn’t specify what she plans to do next.
Why you find it hard to cancel that subscription
egadolfoI signed up recently for a clothing subscription service called NUULY. Our subscriptions can have a powerful hold on us, according to a study published this month in the Journal of Consumer Research. "Sometimes that's aspirational, but a lot of brands are really effective at creating meaningful associations that aren't just about money." The subscription market has grown by more than 100% each year over the last five years, and rakes in $2.6 billion annually, according to research by McKinsey & Company. And a mountain of research shows some people continue to pay for services and products they don't want or use.cnbc.com
Dr. Phil on Mark Castellano: "The interview's a lie"
Dr. Phil on Mark Castellano: "The interview's a lie" It was TV's Dr. Phil McGraw -- not Houston police - who would first interrogate Mark Castellano about Michelle Warner's mysterious disappearance. Correspondent Tracy Smith traveled Los Angeles to get McGraw's psychological breakdown of the suspected killer.cbsnews.com
Is TV is winning the digital revolution?
There may be a surprising winner in the digital revolution. While ratings for traditional and cable channels have fallen, the companies that own them are more profitable than ever. Media columnist and author of "Television is the New Television" Michael Wolff joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how companies are riding this wave of success.cbsnews.com
Is it better for families to watch TV together?
The average American home has three televisions and access to 189 channels. That's a stark difference from the '50s when only three networks ruled the airwaves. Wall Street Journal contributor Jennifer Wallace joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the benefits of watching television as a family.cbsnews.com
Experts weigh in on the winter: Worst ever?
Experts weigh in on the winter: Worst ever? The Director of the National Weather Service, Louis Uccellini, meteorologists Eric Fisher, Matt Brickman and Craig Setzer, and news director Gail Bending give their professional take on the severe weather events of the past few months - and TV's breathless coverage of them. Mo Rocca reports.cbsnews.com
"48 Hours" investigates a Texas mother's disappearance
"48 Hours" investigates a Texas mother's disappearance When a young mother disappeared, TV's Dr. Phil traveled to meet her child's father who made an emotional plea for her return. "48 Hours" correspondent Tracy Smith joins "CBS This Morning" to give a preview of her report on how the case become more than a search for a missing woman.cbsnews.com
Fire TV enters the set-top box arena: Which one's right for you?
Fire TV enters the set-top box arena: Which one's right for you? To find out which set-top box is right for you, Chenda Ngak compares the biggest competitors on the streaming video market: Roku 3, Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV.cbsnews.com