“Kenan” is back for more laughs, we speak with the stars about season 2
Another season of laughs is underway on NBC as “Kenan” returns for season 2. Kenan Thompson returns as a single dad trying to make things work while balancing being a father, a morning show host, and with the support of his brother and father-in-law. Host Jason Carr got a chance to speak with the stars, Kenan Thompson and Kimrie Lewis, about the upcoming season.
And just like that, ‘And Just Like That’ is finally starting to get good
We’re six episodes into the reboot of “Sex and the City” series called “And Just Like That,” and after a bit of a rough start, the new show is finally starting to feel like the show that viewers fell in love with over 20 years ago.
YouTube TV loses ABC, ESPN and other Disney channels after failing to reach deal: ‘We worked hard to avoid this’
The financial dispute between the media giants over carriage fees has led to the first major blackout for the Google-owned YouTube TV, one of the nation’s largest Internet pay-TV services, before the start of college football's bowl season.washingtonpost.com
USFL games will be broadcast by NBC family of networks
The United States Football League (<a href="https://www.clickondetroit.com/topic/USFL/" target="_blank">USFL</a>) announced Wednesday it has reached a multi-year agreement with NBC Sports to present the new pro football league’s regular and postseason games beginning in April 2022.
Celeb surgeon Dr. Oz is running for a Senate seat
By MARC LEVY Associated PressHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Dr. Mehmet Oz, the celebrity heart surgeon best known as the host of TV’s Dr. Oz Show after rocketing to fame on Oprah Winfrey’s show, announced Tuesday that he is running for Pennsylvania’s open U.S. Senate seat as a Republican. Oz, 61, will bring his unrivaled name recognition and wealth to a wide-open race that is expected to be among the nation’s most competitive and could determine control of the Senate in next year’s election.mlive.com
Eye Opener: Election fallout for Democrats
Democrats are having a heated political debate over who and what is to blame for their poor showing in this week’s elections. Also, the Supreme Court considers its first major gun rights case in more than a decade. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.news.yahoo.com
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy wins reelection
Governor Phil Murphy has won the gubernatorial race in New Jersey, CBS News predicts. He defeated Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli to become the first Democratic governor to win reelection since 1977. CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster joins CBSN's Lana Zak with the latest.news.yahoo.com
Biden pushes back on Fox News and ‘garbage’ story on payments for migrants separated by Trump administration
Taking questions from the press on Wednesday, President Biden denied reports that migrant families separated by the Trump administration would receive up to $450,000 per person. When asked by Fox News’ Peter Doocy if those reports would incentivize migrants to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border, Biden responded, “If you guys keep sending that garbage out, yeah, but it’s not true.”news.yahoo.com
‘What We Do in the Shadows’ is the spookiest (and funniest) TV show you should be watching right now
You’d probably never think that a “mockumentary”-style TV show about a group of vampires who are roommates would be enjoyable, but somehow, FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows” is the funniest TV show you’re probably not watching.
Judge Greg Mathis To Build New Community Center, Affordable Housing On Detroit’s Westside
Detroit's Judge Greg Mathis announces he will tear down his 20 year old community center and build a new 7,000 sq ft one in its place, also adding affordable housing. Both located on Greenfield and 7miledetroit.cbslocal.com
Remembering Larry King
Remembering Larry King The award-winning broadcaster, noted for interviewing the famous and infamous for more than 60 years, died Saturday, January 23, 2021, at the age of 87. Correspondent Lee Cowan looks back at the life of Larry King, one of radio and TV's most celebrated interviewers.cbsnews.com
YouTube TV dropping FOX Sports Detroit, other regional networks
Effective Oct. 1, YouTube TV subscribers will lose access to Fox Sports Detroit and other regional networks. The streaming service announced the change Tuesday, noting it was unable to come to a deal with Sinclair Broadcast Group, the parent company of 19 FOX regional sports networks. We thank you for your membership as we work to make YouTube TV the best streaming experience. — Watch the NBA Finals on YouTube TV! (@YouTubeTV) September 29, 2020“This was a difficult decision made after months of negotiation," YouTube TV tweeted.mlive.com
Farmington Public Schools offering virtual sports viewing
WXYZ — Farmington Public Schools is rolling out a new option for spectators to watch some sporting events live from home. If you live in Farmington or Farmington Hills and subscribe to Spectrum Cable, you can view events live on TV-10, which is Channel 210. Another option is TV-10 YouTubeClick on the link above and click play to begin viewing. There is also TV-10 Video on Demand/StreamingClick on the above linkClick the tab that says "Live"Click the "Play" button. On a mobile device, the play button is the black right-pointing triangle.wxyz.com
Why you find it hard to cancel that subscription
egadolfoI signed up recently for a clothing subscription service called NUULY. Our subscriptions can have a powerful hold on us, according to a study published this month in the Journal of Consumer Research. "Sometimes that's aspirational, but a lot of brands are really effective at creating meaningful associations that aren't just about money." The subscription market has grown by more than 100% each year over the last five years, and rakes in $2.6 billion annually, according to research by McKinsey & Company. And a mountain of research shows some people continue to pay for services and products they don't want or use.cnbc.com
Dr. Phil on Mark Castellano: "The interview's a lie"
Dr. Phil on Mark Castellano: "The interview's a lie" It was TV's Dr. Phil McGraw -- not Houston police - who would first interrogate Mark Castellano about Michelle Warner's mysterious disappearance. Correspondent Tracy Smith traveled Los Angeles to get McGraw's psychological breakdown of the suspected killer.cbsnews.com
Is TV is winning the digital revolution?
There may be a surprising winner in the digital revolution. While ratings for traditional and cable channels have fallen, the companies that own them are more profitable than ever. Media columnist and author of "Television is the New Television" Michael Wolff joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how companies are riding this wave of success.cbsnews.com
Is it better for families to watch TV together?
The average American home has three televisions and access to 189 channels. That's a stark difference from the '50s when only three networks ruled the airwaves. Wall Street Journal contributor Jennifer Wallace joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the benefits of watching television as a family.cbsnews.com
Experts weigh in on the winter: Worst ever?
Experts weigh in on the winter: Worst ever? The Director of the National Weather Service, Louis Uccellini, meteorologists Eric Fisher, Matt Brickman and Craig Setzer, and news director Gail Bending give their professional take on the severe weather events of the past few months - and TV's breathless coverage of them. Mo Rocca reports.cbsnews.com
"48 Hours" investigates a Texas mother's disappearance
"48 Hours" investigates a Texas mother's disappearance When a young mother disappeared, TV's Dr. Phil traveled to meet her child's father who made an emotional plea for her return. "48 Hours" correspondent Tracy Smith joins "CBS This Morning" to give a preview of her report on how the case become more than a search for a missing woman.cbsnews.com
Fire TV enters the set-top box arena: Which one's right for you?
Fire TV enters the set-top box arena: Which one's right for you? To find out which set-top box is right for you, Chenda Ngak compares the biggest competitors on the streaming video market: Roku 3, Apple TV and Amazon's Fire TV.cbsnews.com