A “Charmed” reboot is in the works, according to Vulture. However, the project isn’t at the youth-skewing CW, Vulture reports CBS is behind the potential Power of Three reboot.
AMERICA LOVES WITCHES.
Here is Oscar winner Octavia Spencer, Anna Faris and Emmy winner Allison Janney in bed together from an upcoming episode of “Mom.”
Every show has to start somewhere. These old TV promos are great. And also terrible. Some are great in a terrible way.
Your favorite TV critics got together and talked about the new TV season. We’ll be releasing a bunch of videos this week all about new TV. First up: the best new comedy.
For what it’s worth, my two favorites were also the two favorites of the critics.
James Wolk, you are the cutest.
Yes, I made a gallery of all the new hats coming to TV. There are a lot of hats, guys.
When Cote de Pablo announced she was leaving “NCIS,” fans were up in arms. The long-running drama, which still pulls in about 20 million viewers an episode, will say goodbye to her character Ziva in the beginning of the upcoming eleventh season and at the Television Critics Association Summer 2013 press tour, CBS CEO Les Moonves addressed the cast shakeup.
Here’s a new photo of Julianna Margulies as Alicia Florrick. Can it be September 29 now?
We’ve seen the pilots of CBS’s new shows, and while they’re not for review (things often change drastically before the shows are set to premiere), we do want to share our first reactions to what’s coming in the fall and midseason. This quick guide is designed to get you excited for some new shows … and to warn you to curb your enthusiasm for others.
My colleagues and I watched CBS’s new shows. Here’s our first impressions.