‘Bull’ Showrunner Glenn Gordon Caron Exits Series

Glenn Gordon Caron, the high-profile TV producer behind hits such as “Moonlighting” and “Medium,” has exited his role as showrunner of CBS’ “Bull,” Variety has confirmed. In addition to no longer being the showrunner of “Bull,” Caron’s overall deal with CBS Studios has also ended. Reports emerged that he was dismissed after a studio investigation into an alleged toxic workplace.

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CBS Boss On ‘NCIS: New Orleans’, ‘MacGyver’, ‘All Rise’ & ‘The Unicorn’ Cancellations

CBS this season bid farewell to three long-running series: comedy Mom, which ended after eight seasons, NCIS: New Orleans, which is wrapping after seven seasons, and MacGyver, which recently finished its five-season run. All these decisions were made after a careful consideration, CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl told Deadline. The network announced all of them ahead of time, giving the

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CBS Orders Sophia Bush's Good Sam, Pete Holmes Bowling Comedy to Series

CBS is betting on a couple of familiar faces next season: The Eye network has handed series orders to medical drama Good Sam, starring Sophia Bush, and bowling comedy Smallwood, starring Pete Holmes, TVLine has learned. Good Sam stars Bush (Chicago P.D.) as a talented but stifled surgeon who “embraces her leadership role after her renowned and pompous boss falls

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‘Young Sheldon’ Pauses Production After Positive Covid-19 Test

EXCLUSIVE: Production on CBS’ Young Sheldon was suspended for today, I have learned. I hear the decision was made after a COVID-19 test for a production team member came back positive. The positive result for the person, who was asymptotic and currently in isolation, came through the rigorous regular testing implemented by Warner Bros TV for all production employees. Out of an abundance

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CBS panics as ‘The Talk’ sinks in ratings against chief rival ‘The View’

Drama behind the scenes of daytime talk shows is heating up as Sharon Osbourne’s CBS show “The Talk” sinks in the ratings against ABC rival “The View.” CBS insiders say producers and network execs are “panicking” after “The Talk’s” ratings dropped to 1.5 million, half of “The View’s” audience of 3 million. One insider told Page Six, “ ‘The View’ has

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CBS Shortens Episode Counts for Scripted Shows

CBS has changed up the episode counts for their in-house original shows. The network has shortened the episode counts for their scripted shows amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Dramas series Blue Bloods, Bull, Magnum P.I., NCIS, NCIS: New Orleans and SEAL Team will each run for 16 episodes while NCIS: Los Angeles and comedy series The

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