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Who Is Jeanne Parr? The Incredible, Pioneering Life of Chris Noth's Mom

Who Is Jeanne Parr? The Incredible, Pioneering Life of Chris Noth's Mom

Originally posted 05/24/2016 05:05PM

Jeanne Parr may be recognized nowadays for being The Good Wife and Sex and the City actor Chris Noth's mother, but the 92-year-old who died last Friday made a name for herself decades ago as a trailblazing journalist, model, author, and so much more.

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Filed Under: CBS, Death, Chris Noth
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Michael Weatherly Calls His Bull Inspiration Dr. Phil McGraw a 'Fascinating Character – He is Part Machiavelli, Part P.T. Barnum'

Michael Weatherly Calls His Bull Inspiration Dr. Phil McGraw a 'Fascinating Character – He is Part Machiavelli, Part P.T. Barnum'

Originally posted 05/19/2016 03:15PM

Michael Weatherly met Dr. Phil McGraw a few years before he signed onto play a character based on him in CBS' new fall drama Bull.

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UpdatePosted 05/19/2016 03:00PM

Morley Safer, Iconic 60 Minutes Newsman, Is Dead at 84

Originally posted 05/19/2016 12:45PM

[CUSTOM_PLAYER_BRIGHTCOVE "4901997479001"] Legendary 60 Minutes host Morley Safer has died.

CBS released a statement confirming that the longtime news anchor had died Thursday in his Manhattan home at the age of 84.

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UpdatePosted 05/18/2016 11:30AM

Michael Weatherly Reveals Whom He Will Miss Most After His 14-Year-Long Run on NCIS

Originally posted 05/17/2016 09:00PM

So long, Special Agent Tony DiNozzo. You will be missed – more than you might know.

On Tuesday, fans of the hit show NCIS said goodbye to Michael Weatherly and his character Tony DiNozzo.

Prior to his exit, Weatherly spoke with reporters about his departure and weighed in on whom he will missed most.

"I may have a surprise answer. Well, unless you've never seen the show in which case you'll be like, 'Wow, I had no idea that that would be a surprise answer,' " he said. "I think I will on one level miss the schedule, which is an inanimate kind of thing, but I'll miss the structure that it gave my life."

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Sarah Shahi Says 'We Need Strong Female Role Models' After CBS Reportedly Passes on Drew Pilot for Being 'Too Female'

Sarah Shahi Says 'We Need Strong Female Role Models' After CBS Reportedly Passes on Drew Pilot for Being 'Too Female'

Originally posted 05/16/2016 01:35PM

Nancy Drew is not returning to television ... for now.

On Monday, CBS announced it will not be moving forward with the new project Drew, featuring a grown-up Nancy Drew. News of the dropped pilot led to a Deadline reported that the series tested well but skewed "too female" at early screenings.

Sarah Shahi, who plays the lead character in the pilot, took to Twitter after hearing the news and thanked fans for their support, but also addressed the report about her show being "too female."

"Some things are just not meant to be, but nice to know it tested well...," Shahi, 36, posted on her Twitter. "Thank you for the [love]. I believe we need strong female role models. She def could have been one."

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UpdatePosted 05/05/2016 02:55PM

NCIS: Try Not to Get Emotional Watching This Goodbye Clip for Tony DiNozzo

Originally posted 05/04/2016 07:00PM

It's time to say goodbye to a very special agent!

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The Talk's Sheryl Underwood Opens Up About Surviving Sexual Abuse, Rape and Her Husband's Suicide: 'Everything I Went Through Made Me Stronger'

Originally posted 03/02/2016 01:05PM

Just by looking her it's hard to believe that Sheryl Underwood has already experienced more pain than most people can imagine in a lifetime.

Her childhood was destroyed by sexual and emotional abuse. Just out of college she was raped, and her attacker was never caught. After only three years of marriage her husband committed suicide. But despite the immense tragedy, Underwood chooses to live her life as a survivor.

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How Was Stephen Colbert's Debut on The Late Show?

REVIEW: How Was Stephen Colbert's Debut on The Late Show?

Originally posted 09/09/2015 01:30AM



Neo-non-conservative Stephen Colbert, wearing a fashionable near-cobalt-blue suit and with his hair slightly higher than in his years hosting The Colbert Report, launched his new career as host of The Late Show on CBS Tuesday. What he brought with him from Comedy Central were his dancing eyebrows and the air of a senatorial candidate having a psychotic meltdown – and perfectly happy about it.

This was a good thing. Potentially an excellent thing.

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George Clooney Talks Married Life: 'They Said It Wouldn't Last'

George Clooney Talks Married Life: 'They Said It Wouldn't Last'

Originally posted 09/09/2015 12:45AM

Stephen Colbert got personal with his first Late Show guest George Clooney.

Colbert prodded the leading man about his marriage to human rights lawyer Amal, with Clooney joking, "They said it wouldn't last."

Colbert said he had no doubt the newlyweds would go the distance and asked Clooney what it was like to be "the arm candy in the relationship."

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Laverne Cox Opens Up About Caitlyn Jenner's Impact on the Trans Community

Laverne Cox Opens Up About Caitlyn Jenner's Impact on the Trans Community

Originally posted 08/12/2015 01:00AM

Laverne Cox discussed the impact that Caitlyn Jenner's transition has had on the transgender community on CBS's The Talk on Tuesday.

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