Nina Tassler Defends 'Criminal Minds' Violence: 'I Don't Let My Kid Watch it. I Do' 18 weeks ago
Days after another network chief criticized the violence on CBS's "Criminal Minds," CBS entertainment president Nina Tassler...
By Tim Molloy
Warner Bros. TV interested in continuing, CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler says
Nigel Lythgoe's compliment draws laughs as Charlie Sheen discovers he's not even the Twitter champ of FX
Nina Tassler says CBS wants to earn No. 1 rating spot in 18-49
TCA: Tassler insists comedies "push the envelope" without going too far
Praises revamps of "Two and a Half Men" and "CSI"
With ad dollars and hit comedies both up, he tells a Hollywood Radio TV Society panel, "I'm genuinely excited in a way I wasn't a few years ago."
See: Floral arrangements and Charlie Harper's signature bowling shirt!
Director Pamela Fryman, CBS executive Nina Tassler and cinematographer Reed Morano also named as honorees
‘Two and a Half Men’ star returns to Sin City, joins Drew Carey’s show at MGM Grand. What will consequences of latest antics bring to hit CBS sitcom?
Wes Anderson and Alexander Payne-influenced spy show "Chaos" gets a chance in a TV wasteland
But Tassler says he's in good shape professionally: "He does his job, he does it well, the show is a hit."
Everyone knows TV is a tough business, but this year was especially wild. How 10 execs got through it
Departing show after 11 seasons
Kevin Reilly leads off with pugnacious response to carriage-battle question during Tuesday's Hollywood Radio TV Society network-presidents luncheon panel; Tassler, Lee, Reilly and Ostroff also on hand
CBS entertainment president also talks the new "Hawaii Five-O," "Big Bang" contract talks and selling a show with a four-letter word
"Three Rivers" is gone, "Numbers" is not ... and Letterman, Ferguseon re-upped through 2012
"Whatever numbers they get, they're going to declare victory anyway."
The decline of NBC may turn out to be a bellwether for the Big Four networks that once ruled the television landscape.
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama