CBS

VICE Does 'Love Island'

Every Thought I Had Watching 'Love Island USA' as a Brit

Something chilling about hearing an American say they're not putting all their eggs in one basket, if I'm honest.
Lauren O'Neill
7.11.19
Noisey News

Harry Styles’ Life Is Going to Be... an American Sitcom

The CBS show, which now has a trailer, is an interesting move for someone who says nothing at all.
Lauren O'Neill
5.17.18
Television

'Siesta Key' Is MTV's Latest Escape From Reality for White America

Whenever times are tough, there’s a show like ‘Laguna Beach’ or ‘Jersey Shore’ to offer a uniquely American approach to mythmaking.
Tari Ngangura
11.22.17
tv

All the Dumb TV Shows I'm Going to Watch This Fall

The best of the worst upcoming television shows that you're secretly going to watch.
Pilot Viruet
5.22.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Here's What Jon Stewart Had to Say About Trump's Election

The former 'Daily Show' host spoke to Charlie Rose on Thursday in his first interview after the election.
VICE Staff
11.17.16
sports on tv

Ball Four, You're Out: How A Classic Baseball Book Became A Failed Baseball Sitcom

Jim Bouton's "Ball Four" still stands as the best, funniest, most revealing baseball memoir ever written. It was also a short-lived CBS sitcom, and a bad one.
Dan Epstein
9.22.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Stephen Colbert Doesn't Own 'Stephen Colbert,' According to Comedy Central

Wednesday night, 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert had to retire the character we grew to know and love during his days on 'The Colbert Report.'
Matthew James-Wilson
7.28.16
Stuff

A Suit Against Star Trek Fans Will Decide Who Owns the Klingon Language

A dispute over a fan-made film might have far-reaching consequences for made-up languages after CBS and Paramount said they owned the Klingon language, a claim many Trekkers say is "ghuy'cha'."
Harry Cheadle
4.28.16
Stuff

Can the New 'Star Trek' Live Up to the Progressive Ideals of the Original?

CBS is going boldly where only five TV shows and a dozen movies have gone before.
Devon Maloney
11.4.15
Stuff

Stephen Colbert's First Week on 'The Late Show' Proves He's Ready to Be America's Therapist

The new "Late Show" host is firmly in the tradition of Letterman and Carson—with a bit of Conan's goofy irreverence, too.
Kaleb Horton
9.14.15
Stuff

Stephen Colbert's Transition into the 'Real' Stephen Colbert Has Begun

The new host of "The Late Show" introduced himself to America last night to high ratings, but his inaugural episode as David Letterman's replacement was a mixed bag.
Jenna Marotta
9.9.15
Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday: The TV Deal That Created Modern Sports

Forty-five years ago this week, the upstart American Football League and ABC signed a broadcast deal that changed the landscape of sports as we know them.
Jack Moore
6.11.15
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