Gayle King and Nate Burleson miss CBS Mornings episode as fans show concern

Gayle King and Nate Burleson were again no-shows on the recent CBS Mornings episodes. When Thursday’s episode opened, viewers saw hosts Vladimir Duthiers, Tony Dokoupil, and Jericka Duncan. Gayle and Nate were also missing from other episodes this past week, leaving many fans concerned about their absences. During Thursday’s episode, Duthiers mentioned his colleague, Gayle,


CSI: 10 shows to enjoy before the series returns

Few shows have changed TV like CSI did.  While there had been procedural dramas before, the monster success of the CBS series in 2000 kicked off a new wave of such dramas. It put a new focus on forensics work and also became a huge hit in syndication. It inspired a wave of copycats, many


Blue Bloods: Will Jamie and Eddie have kids?

Could there be an extra Regan added to Blue Bloods? With Jamie (Will Estes) and Eddie (Vanessa Ray) settled into marital bliss, fans of the CBS drama wonder if they’re hoping to add kids to the mix.  While that may be a plan down the road, it doesn’t seem like the producers are eager to


Lee Lee Baird: Mom pays tribute to prop master following her death

Last night’s episode of CBS’s sitcom, Mom, titled Big Sad Eyes and an Antique Hot Dog (Season 7, Episode 20), ended with a tribute to the show’s former prop master, Lee Lee Baird. The memorial, which featured at the end of the show, read: In Loving Memor of our Lee Lee: Lee Lee Baird 1954-2020


NCIS fan-favorite Pauley Perrette stars in new CBS comedy, Broke

Pauley Perrette played Abby Sciuto on the NCIS cast for years. Now, she returns to CBS as part of a new comedy called Broke. This is going to come as exciting news for NCIS fans who loved watching Perrette as Abby. Perrette left the NCIS cast at the end of Season 15, with 2018 being


Margaret Atwood cautions The Handmaid’s Tale can happen, CBS Sunday Morning preview

On Hulu’s chilling adaptation and continuation of Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale, women fall victim to a totalitarian regime. This regime overthrew the United States government informed by the Christian Bible. The results are horrific in gender suppression and crimes against humanity, Author Margaret Atwood, in a taped interview for CBS Sunday Morning, said: