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Upfront Dispatches: Paramount Hawks ‘60 Minutes’ in … 60 Minutes (More or Less)

‘Yellowstone’ gets wild applause, and a suddenly ubiquitous Nicole Byer clocks her third presentation appearance in as many days.

CBS Head Kelly Kahl on ‘Magnum P.I.’ Cancellation, Scaling Back Comedies

The network chief also discusses launching an all-unscripted night and the benefits of stability.

CBS Fall 2022 Schedule: Comedy Pared Back, ‘Real Love Boat’ Sets Sail

The most watched network follows other broadcasters in opting for light adjustments to its primetime lineup.

CBS’ ‘Fire Country’ Taps Tia Napolitano as Showrunner

The 'Cruel Summer' and 'Station 19' alum will steer the newly ordered drama from Jerry Bruckheimer TV.

‘True Lies’ Reboot Ordered to Series at CBS

Steve Howey and Ginger Gonzaga star in the update of the 1994 feature starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Netflix, CBS Commanded the Most Viewing Time in 2021-22

Nielsen data show TV users watched 4 trillion minutes of programming on the big four broadcasters and the five streamers it publicly tracks.

Cops, Firefighters, Lawyers Score CBS Series Pickups

The network adds three dramas for 2022-23 but passes on all of its comedy pilots.

‘Magnum P.I.’ Among Four Cancellations at CBS

The Chuck Lorre-produced 'B Positive' and first-year shows 'Good Sam' and 'How We Roll' are also exiting.

Chuck Lorre’s ‘United States of Al’ Canceled at CBS

The series hailed from ‘Big Bang Theory’ trio Lorre, Dave Goetsch and Maria Ferrari. 

Lionsgate, Paramount+ Ink Deal for ‘Ghosts’ Comedy Series

The CBS title will be sent to its corporate owner's streaming service starting this fall.

How Much Sports Matter (or Don’t) to Network Viewership

Fox and NBC got more than a quarter of their primetime audience this season from live sports, while ABC and CBS are less dependent.

CBS’ ‘FBI’ Franchise Scores Two-Year Renewal

All three Dick Wolf-produced shows will remain on the network through the 2023-24 season.