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Latest Nina Tassler Items
Illustrating changing tastes in television, CBS's entertainment chief said Wednesday the network is making a special effort to develop miniseries and live "event" programming.
The teenage actor Angus T. Jones is expected back at "Two and a Half Men" next week, with CBS accepting his apology for calling the popular comedy "filth" and "very inappropriate."
CBS says all is forgiven with "Two and a Half Men" actor Angus T. Jones.
CBS entertainment chief Nina Tassler says the network is sensitive to concerns about violence following the Connecticut school shooting, and that everything it puts on the air is appropriate.
Dominant CBS shuffled its schedule for the fall on Wednesday, giving Ashton Kutcher and Simon Baker new nights and adding four new series.
Ashton Kutcher will play "an Internet billionaire with a broken heart" when he arrives as the new star of "Two and a Half Men" next month.
CBS will introduce two brainiac crime shows among its five new series and is shifting "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and "The Good Wife" to new nights this fall.
The top entertainment executive at CBS said Friday the network is concerned about Charlie Sheen's off-camera behavior but it hasn't affected his work as the star of television's most popular comedy.