Last night”Late Show” David Letterman signed-off, marking the end of an era in television, and special guests and celebrities thanked him the best ways they knew how.
Late night talk shows that are usually filled with jokes and humor took a more sentimental turn as hosts like Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Myers bid farewell to David Letterman.
Bob Dylan hasn’t been on “Late Show” in 22 years.
The final broadcasts will feature appearances by Tom Hanks, Bill Murray, Eddie Vedder and Letterman’s historic final “Late Show” broadcast on May 20
The 2015 CBS Upfronts happened yesterday, live from Carnegie Hall in New York City and revealed the upcoming slate of new programming for the network.
America’s most-watched network has unveiled its 2015-2016 line-up, and there’s a little something for everybody with the announcement of seven new shows and 22 returning series.
In a “Survivor” first, fans will decide the 20 castaways who will complete in the fall edition of the show.
Producers who have created the Tony Awards show for the past 12 years will be given a “clean slate” and a mandate to update the “Kennedy Center Honors,” marking a new direction for the CBS broadcast for the first time in nearly four decades.
As David Letterman approaches his final broadcast of the “Late Show with David Letterman” on Wednesday, May 20, he has amassed an impressive tally of milestones throughout his more than three decades in broadcasting.
The musicals “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home” each received a leading 12 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday, showing two very different sides of this Broadway season.
“General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless” were the top winners Sunday with three trophies each, while the latter shared the best drama series award with “Days of Our Lives.”
“David Letterman: A Life On Television,” A CBS primetime special celebrating the talk show host’s legendary career, to be broadcast Monday, May 4th.