"Not seeing a face that looks like mine is very discouraging," she said in her eviction speech on Thursday night.
"Star Trek: Discovery" is finally going to air on CBS proper, where viewers will meet the crew of the Discovery in a whole new "Star Trek" timeline.
"Manhunt: Deadly Games" is now airing on CBS and is telling the true story of the Olympic Park bombing in 1996 and how it affected the first suspect Richard Jewell and his mother, Bobi.
He said there's a lot of pressure to represent the LGBTQ+ community well.
After an eventful first round of matches over the weekend, Week 2 of the NFL season begins on Thursday night when the Cleveland Browns host the Cincinnati Bengals.
"Inside the BB house reflects society's failures," he said on Twitter.
Memphis Garrett took things even further.
In a new interview, Trish Farr-Payne claims that her abusive ex-husband told her that Don Lewis was missing days before his disappearance was reported to authorities.
While out for a jog at the beach, a woman called the police on three Black joggers, claiming she was attacked. One of the women filmed her, making racist generalizations.
Nicole already uninvited her on the show.
This is the second time a fan has yelled into the house.
Both Janelle and Kayser were fan favorites this season and in seasons past.
Fans are begging the network to save their favorite contestant.
"Love Island" is airing now on CBS, who are giving reality fans a little dose of sunshine nearly everyday throughout fall on TV and online.
The live feeds captured the wild moment and now fans are speculating about what exactly was said.
"Love Island" 2020 includes contestant Tre Forte, who was a walk-on for Ohio State University before joining the CBS reality show, and is under fire for some of his tweets from the time.
The 2020 primetime lineup isn't as full as previous years because not all returning shows have resumed production just yet—but there are still a few fan favorites premiering soon.
Janelle and Kayser are facing elimination. Could the Veto change that?
"This is an outlet that has a significant impact on every community. And for that outlet to be able to capture accurately what's happening and to understand the nuances [of policing], I think it can help the country heal," said Ronald Davis, a partner of policing consulting firm 21CP Solutions.
Two other people are currently on the block.
He'll need to name two people today.
The houseguests seem to have their minds made up.
'CSI' is reportedly getting a 20th-anniversary "event series" reboot called "CSI: Vegas" starring William Petersen and Jorja Fox and a new cast uncovering a new forensics-related plot on CBS.
"You really think I'm not an All-Star? Really?"
Someone is going home this week.
It all has to do with the first competition.
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" could soon be back on screens as CBS is reportedly developing a sequel to celebrate two decades of the show—and it could feature the return of two Vegas agents.