When we last checked in with Bob Barker, he was in a brutal fight with Adam Sandler for a good cause. Today, those of us lucky enough to be watching Price is Right got a real treat when Barker showed up to host the show one more time. More
Last week, some of the music industry’s biggest names celebrated Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Wonder’s legacy with a post-Grammy tribute. Titled Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star Grammy Salute, the special will air tonight on CBS.
Hey, look! It’s a new sitcom based on your “typical Boston family,” so you know there will be plenty of references to Boston sports teams and Dunkin’ Donuts and probably some awful attempts at Bahstun accents. Sarah Rodman from the Boston Globe joined us this morning to talk about The McCarthys and some other TV shows. More
Watch out Netflix — CBS has officially entered the digital space in a big way.
Now that TV fans (or at least 10.3 million of them) are emerging from a “Breaking Bad” coma, which shows among the new TV hopefuls are actually worth watching? The major networks followed a throw-it-against-the-wall-and-see-if-it-sticks blueprint this year, as the beginning of the 2013-14 season has seen the big four (ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC) collectively crank out more comedies than any other season over the past decade. Oddly enough, it’s kind of working. Some may think it’s too early to judge some of these shows – after all, some of them have only been on for a month and change. We should give them some time to find a groove, develop characters, and at least let the writers’ room air out a little bit, right? Well, sometimes you can just tell.