10:38 PM EDT 09/11/2015
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.
Originally posted 09/09/2015 12:45AM
Stephen Colbert got personal with his first Late Show guest
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."
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.
Originally posted 08/08/2015 12:15AM
Rick and Maya, who is a transgender woman, will marry this week on the CBS daytime soap
Originally posted 06/22/2015 01:30PM
CBS to recast drama that stars Cox as a transgender attorney
Originally posted 06/16/2015 09:15AM
Get ready to clear space off your DVR because Big Brother is back!
Originally posted 05/27/2015 06:05PM
In the new CBS show, The Briefcase, two hard working American families are given a briefcase containing $101,000 and are told they can keep all the money or give it to the other family in need.
On the show's premiere episode Wednesday night, the Bergin and the Bronson families might just surprise everyone with their decisions.
Originally posted 05/14/2015 05:15PM
At the CBS upfront presentation for her new show Angel from Hell, in which she plays an irreverent wisecracker who may or may not be an actual guardian angel, Jane Lynch told PEOPLE about her own personal guiding light.
When asked who has been one of her best advice givers, the actress said she treasures lessons learned from an offbeat therapist.
"I had a therapist that was flawed on so many levels, but I kept going back because she just had wisdom, and I knew she loved me," said Lynch, 54. "And I know maybe your therapists aren't supposed to love [you]."
Like her character in Angel from Hell, Lynch's therapist offered invaluable advice despite her unconventional methods.
Originally posted 04/28/2015 05:10PM
Transgender actor Scott Turner Schofield is about to make television history.
The acclaimed diversity educator, who was born a woman and identifies as a man, is officially joining the cast of the CBS daytime soap The Bold and the Beautiful on May 8, PEOPLE has learned.
The role will mark both Schofield's television debut, and the first time a transgender actor will play major, recurring role on a daytime program.
The actor celebrated the milestone on Facebook Tuesday, posting, "Very proud to announce a big career move."
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