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“The Stand”: Whoopi Goldberg Reveals New Mother Abagail Hairdo

A week after a major wave of casting news for CBS All Access‘ 10-episode limited event series adaptation of Stephen King‘s The Stand was released, Whoopi Goldberg took to The View to show off the new white locks she’s sporting “for the next four months” as Mother Abagail. Goldberg revealed that Mother Abagail was “over […]






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Television: Still Whiter Than a Polar Bear in a Snowstorm [BC TV MELTDOWN-OPINION]

The number one problem with television today is a lack of diversity. What?!?! But what about hit shows like Black-ish, Atlanta, Fresh Off the Boat, Scandal, Empire, Superstore, The Good Place? First, most of those are critical successes, but not necessarily ratings successes. Indeed, the top rated scripted and reality shows are still over-whelmingly white, […]

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“Nailed It!” Lets James Corden’s Staff Show Him How They REALLY See Him [VIDEO]

Netflix‘s Nailed It host Nicole Byer took a break from her partner-in-bad-baking-judging chef Jacques Torres to make a guest appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden earlier this week to recreate the catastrophe-fueled baking competition where three amateur bakers compete to replicate masterpieces and well… let’s just say the show’s title is meant […]

“Elementary” Finale Brings the Modern Sherlock Holmes Era to an End

“Elementary”: The End of the Modern Sherlock Holmes Era [OPINION]

CBS’ Elementary ended its run this week, the last Sherlock standing in the current era of modern-day Sherlock Holmes television series. It was the longest running of the shows – and in many ways, as clever as the others. To put it all in perspective, the series ran for seven seasons, 154 episodes – more […]




CBS Announces Two “Star Trek: Picard” Themed Wines

As part of the upcoming release of their next series Star Trek: Picard, CBS will be releasing two new specialty wines in the theme of the series. CBS Consumer Products have licensed the first of two new wines with Wines That Rock which will be released in conjunction with the show. They are a 2016 […]

Simon Kinberg: 'Dark Phoenix' Story "Required an Intensity to tell Properly"

“Star Trek” Universe: Bleeding Cool’s SDCC 2019 Live-Blog

Let’s be honest. Every year, Comic-Con International: San Diego (SDCC) continues to grow – and what was once the pantheon for all things comics has become the place to be if you’re a film or television series looking to make traction with an eager geek fanbase looking to rest their eyeballs on something worthy. Then […]




CBS Refuses to Pay 'Ransom" For Fourth Season Order

CBS Refuses to Pay ‘Ransom” For Fourth Season Order

The multinational espionage thriller series Ransom has been canceled after three seasons by CBS, with an announcement going out to fans from the series’ creative team on Wednesday afternoon. #Ransom fans: We’re joyful & lucky to have shared these past three seasons with you. Unfortunately, we have to bid the CriRes team farewell. We loved […]

"Blood & Treasure" Scores Second Season from CBS

“Blood & Treasure” Scores Second Season from CBS

The CBS network has a lot of faith in new summer series Blood & Treasure, which just launched it’s first season towards the end of May. Turns out that CBS had an obscure little hit on their hands, with Blood & Treasure pulling in close to 6 million viewers, and earning the number one scripted […]

“Star Trek: Picard”: Jonathan Frakes Signals His Directing Duties Have Wrapped

Fans of CBS All Access‘ upcoming Star Trek franchise spinoff series Star Trek: Picard have been buzzing about the series when it was first announced, and the teaser released did nothing but dump a whole lot of fuel on an already blazing dumpster fire of speculation. Then came word from Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s […]