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CBS CEO Les Moonves has resigned from his position following a slew of new sexual assault and harassment allegations after initial reports of his sexual misconduct were first published in July. Moonves had been negotiating a $100 million exit package for the past few months, but a New Yorker report detailing six new women raising sexual misconduct allegations have prompted his immediate resignation without any exit compensation.

Moonves’ resignation puts into question the potential re-merger of CBS with its former parent conglomerate Viacom, of which Moonves was a bitter opponent. But as CBS announced that it settled the ongoing court battle over the merger, it seems the issue has come to a halt — affecting the potential reunion of the Star Trek TV and movie franchises.

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tell me a story trailer

Nothing says Halloween like a sexified retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. The Vampire Diaries creator Kevin Williamson brings his signature brand of sexy fantasy shows populated by models playing teenagers to CBS All Access with Tell Me a Story.

Starring Billy MagnussionKim Cattrall, and The Vampire Diaries alum Paul WesleyTell Me a Story is a modern reimagining of three classic fairy tales, The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, and Hansel and Gretel as a “dark and twisted psychological thriller.”

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star trek discovery season 2 image

Get ready to see some familiar haunts and maybe even some familiar faces in Star Trek: Discovery season 2. The first official season 2 image has been released, and it hints at the long-awaited collision between past and present Star Trek storylines.

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New star trek shows

Get ready to boldly go beyond Star Trek: Discovery. New showrunner Alex Kurtzman just inked a deal with CBS Television to develop even more Star Trek shows, including a series that might bring back Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

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Renewed and Canceled 2018 canceled TV shows TV Shows 2018

Spring may usually signal the coming of new life, but in TV land, it means a lot of shows will meet their deaths. This past week alone has seen the cancellation of a whopping 25 shows across the five major networks. And as network TV mulls over the fate of a few TV series ahead of TV upfronts season — the annual event where major networks ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, and The CW present their new and improved shows to advertisers — there will still be a few more 2018 TV shows canceled and renewed.

We’ll be keeping tabs on all the shows that will get the axe, and a few more that are miraculously saved. Below, see our running list of the 2018 canceled TV shows and which shows are coming back.

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‘Night Court’ Star Harry Anderson Dead at 65

Harry Anderson dead

Harry Anderson, the magician-turned-actor who presided over the NBC sitcom Night Court, has died at age 65.

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tv reboots

No TV shows will ever die. They will be resuscitated by networks again and again, until they’re only empty husks of their former selves, all goodwill forgotten. But in the meanwhile, at least we get some feminist reboots of our favorite ’80s and ’90s shows!

Below, see some of the latest TV series to get a nostalgic reboot.

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Stripes TV series

What’s old is new again, forever and ever. The Bill Murray military farce Stripes is headed to TV, as CBS is developing a new series based on the 1981 film. Interestingly enough, the film’s original director, Ivan Reitman, is set to direct the series revival. Are you ready for a Stripes TV series?

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wrath of khan reboot

We may see Khan in the flesh yet again. The genetically engineered baddie may appear in a rumored spin-off series of Star Trek: Discovery, one that Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer is attached to.

Reports have surfaced that Meyer’s secret Star Trek project is a Wrath of Khan reboot miniseries, depicting Khan in his exile before Wrath of Khan took place. Or, this could all be hearsay and we were all…khanned. Get it? No, okay.

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Patriots Day early buzz

Perhaps still reeling from the sheer ridiculousness of BattleshipPeter Berg has devoted much of his past few years to recreating one all-too-real event after another. First there was Lone Survivor, and then there was Deepwater Horizon. Now, as the end of 2016 approaches, there’s Patriots Day, about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and its immediate aftermath.

Berg’s past two films earned critical praise for their grittiness, their intensity, and their attention to detail. Will Patriots Day be cut from the same cloth? The drama made its premiere last night and the first reactions are in. Get the Patriots Day early buzz below.  Read More »