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  1. CBS Orders 'NCIS' Spinoff, 'Odd Couple,' Four More to Series

    2:15 pm 5/9/2014

    The pickups include Kevin Williamson's "Stalker," "Madam Secretary," genius drama "Scorpion" as well as redeveloped comedy "The McCarthys."Read more

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  2. CBS Orders 'How I Met Your Dad' to Series

    3:30 pm 5/8/2014

    UPDATED: CBS and producers 20th Century Fox Television both say a series order has not yet been made. Read more

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  3. 2014 Daytime Emmy Nominees Announced

    6:10 am 5/1/2014

    UPDATED: This year's ceremony is set to take place on June 22 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.Read more

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  4. CBS Orders 'CSI' Spinoff to Series

    6:19 pm 4/29/2014

    Patricia Arquette stars in the technology-focused drama, marking the third spinoff from the flagship series.Read more

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  5. Craig Ferguson to Exit CBS' 'Late Late Show'

    4:57 pm 4/28/2014

    The host, who has been with the series since 2005, will sign off in December.Read more

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  6. Sharyl Attkisson: CBS News Resistant Toward Criticizing Government, Corporations

    7:54 am 4/20/2014

    UPDATED: Appearing on CNN, the investigative correspondent also described a CBS News culture where "ideologically entrenched" managers were hesitant to portray the Obama administration negatively.Read more

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  7. Emmys: 'Good Wife' Campaign Attacks 'True Detective' and Cable Rivals

    12:00 pm 4/16/2014

    CBS' mailer includes a page highlighting the number of episodes of each big drama contender, noting that "Mad Men" (seven), "True Detective" (eight) and "Breaking Bad" (eight) produced far fewer than "Good Wife's" 22 hours.Read more

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  8. CBS Boss: Stephen Colbert 'Perfect Choice to Honor Dave's Legacy'

    1:22 pm 4/10/2014

    CBS will own and produce the new show, with Letterman's Worldwide Pants no longer having a role in the series after the "Colbert Report" host takes over.Read more

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  9. No Tiger, No Problem: CBS Says Woods' Absence Won't Hurt Masters Ratings

    6:51 pm 4/9/2014

    Despite the famous golfer dropping out for the first time, because of back surgery, "the Masters has been successful before Tiger was a factor and will be long after Tiger has retired," CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus tells THR. Read more

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