Primetime Schedule

Television News

Naya Rivera

Fred Prouser/Reuters

'Glee's' Naya Rivera is married

"Glee" star Naya Rivera is now Mrs. Ryan Dorsey.

Maisie Williams

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

'Game of Thrones' star takes on British airline

Don't mess with a Stark. Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on HBO's hit series "Game of Thrones," got into a row on Twitter with British Airways.

Downton Abbey

'Downton Abbey': When you'll see Season 5

After the New Year, it'll be "Downton Abbey" season.

New Netflix logo


Why can't you stop watching Netflix?

Netflix knows you well.

Facts of Life (2)

'Facts of Life' stars reunite in TV movie

On Saturday, two stars from "Facts of Life" got together for a long overdue TV reunion.

Adam Levine of Maroon 5

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Adam Levine marries Behati Prinsloo in Mexico

Singer Adam Levine has married an Angel -- of the Victoria's Secret variety, that is.

James Garner

NBC Television

Actor James Garner dies at 86

James Garner, the understated, wisecracking everyman actor who enjoyed multigenerational success on both the small and big screens, has died. He was 86.

Police, who were called to his residence Saturday night in Los Angeles, say he died of natural cau...

Queen's guard Game of Thrones


Queen's Guard nails 'Game of Thrones' theme song

The Queen's Guard surprises tourists in London by busting out the "Game of Thrones" theme song.

Netflix on iPhone


Netflix passes 50 million subscribers

Netflix has cracked the 50-million mark.

The streaming video service said Monday that it now boasts over 50 million members in 40 countries, including 36 million in the United States. That compares with 56 million U.S. households that had premium cabl...

Macy's blurb

Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters

'Treme' actor settles racial profiling suit

Actor Robert Brown has reached a "settlement in principle" in his racial profiling lawsuits against Macy's and New York, according to court documents and a statement from the retailer.

Monty Python news conference


Python's final London performance to air live

Time to pull up the comfy chair. Monty Python's three-week London engagement ends Sunday, and for the final show the world will be allowed to watch. The last performance from the O2 Arena will be screened in more than 2,000 movie theaters and on TV screens around the world.

There are currently no severe weather alerts.


CBS Tweets