"NCIS: New Orleans," "Scorpion," "Madam Secretary," and "Stalker" get their back episodes
Longtime host Ferguson will depart in December, with Corden taking over in March
Craig Ferguson will exit CBS late-night show in December
Lisa Ayala-Williams, Javier Avitia and Phil Gonzales are also among the honorees to be celebrated on Oct. 7
Awards ceremony will make its live television debut with a 3 1/2 hour event
Amy Pascal, Ivan Reitman, Seth Rogen, Phil Rosenthal, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Marty Singer, Aaron Sorkin, Sylvester Stallone, Nina Tassler, Jerry Weintraub and plenty others lend their...
TCA 2014: Longtime domestic partners will take the next step
TCA 2014: "Breaking Bad" creator has an open invitation take active role in his CBS series
TCA 2014: Tassler also says she's "pissed" about 'Good Wife' Emmy snub
TCA 2014: Tassler says renegotiations are a sign of a show's success
"Thursday Night Football" premieres Sept. 11
Tassler says that there were "elements of the pilot that didn't work out"
Upfronts 2014: CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler says lots of surprises are coming -- but Charlie Sheen may not be among them
Greta Gerwig was set to star in -- and will help write -- the spinoff
After 10 years behind the desk, host will sign off in December
Paul Lee says diversity is "good for business ... and the right thing to do."
No word yet on Robin Williams comedy "The Crazy Ones"
New deal keeps her at company for at least 3 years
Will look for shows with high-concept appeal
Series follows a pregnant astronaut, back from space
Castallo will replace Jennifer Bresnan, who announced her departure earlier Thursday
Bresnan will continue to consult with the network after she relocates to be with her family
TWC is threatening to drop CBS stations as of 2 p.m. PT Monday in a dispute over fees
But he said the feelings expressed on the show were a "reflection of the way some people feel in America"
Under a deal with Amazon, the series is available for streaming days after it airs on CBS
Other networks should be happy about CBS's summer success with the Stephen King miniseries
Moves come as CBS streamllines its current programming department
The actress played Katherine Chancellor for more than 40 years on the CBS soap
After NBC boss says "Criminal Minds" is more violent than "Dexter," Tassler says it's up to parents what kids watch
Warner Bros. TV interested in continuing, CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler says