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CBS Reveals 2006-07 Primetime Schedule

May 17th, 2006 11:08am EDT
Ray Liotta stars in Smith
CBS just announced the addition of four new series to its 2006-07 primetime line-up. The four new shows feature a roster of award-winning actors and executive producers and a unique mix of concepts and genres. The freshman series include The Class, a young and sexy ensemble comedy; Smith, a high octane heist thriller starring Ray Liotta and Virginia Madsen; the apocalyptic drama Jericho starring Skeet Ulrich; and Shark, a glossy, high-stakes courtroom drama starring James Woods.

In an impressive achievement, CBS is returning six of its freshman series, which strengthened four nights o...
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Celebrity Birthdays, April 26

April 26th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Kevin James
Happy Birthday To actress Jordana Brewster (1980), "Smallville" star Tom Welling (1977), Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison (1976), TLC singer Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins (1970), "The King of Queens" Kevin James (1965), Chinese martial arts actor Jet Li (1963), actress Joan Chen (1961), Duran Duran drummer Roger Taylor (1960), 50s teen idol Bobby Rydell (1942), Italian composer Giorgio Moroder (1940), instrumental rocker Duane Eddy (1938), "My Cousin Vinny" actor Lane Smith (1936; d. 2005), "Catch-22" actor Alan Arkin (1934), prolific comedian Carol Burnett (1933), Chinese architect I.M. Pei (1917),...
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Doug Wants a Baby on 'The King of Queens,' Jan. 9

December 20th, 2005 11:00am EST
The King of Queens
Coming up on The King of Queens:

"Fresh Brood" – When Doug is not allowed to hold Danny's girlfriend's baby, Doug gets annoyed and tries to convince Carrie to have a child so he can get back at Danny. Doug borrows the baby from Danny so they can give parenting a test run. Doug quickly adjusts to being a dad, but the transition isn't as smooth for Carrie. Meanwhile, Arthur resorts to blackmail when he's denied the title of "customer of the month" at a local coffee shop. The episode airs Monday, Jan. 9.
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CBS Content Now Available on Cell Phones

December 7th, 2005 11:20am EST
Melina Kanakaredes of CSI: NY
For the first time, CBS will present its content on cell phones. Throughout December, Verizon V will include breaking stories, as well as features from broadcasts such as “CBS Evening News” and “The Early Show.”

V CAST will carry clips from Letterman’s monologue and Top 10 list as well as highlights from “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.” CBS and Verizon Wireless also plan to present behind-the-scenes footage, such as making-ofs and interviews with the casts of shows from the CBS prime time lineup.
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Ray Romano To Appear on The King of Queens

November 10th, 2005 8:42am EST
Ray Romano
Ray Romano will be making a brief return to CBS as a guest star on "The King of Queens." Romano, who won multiple Emmys for his work in front of and behind the camera on "Everybody Loves Raymond," will make a guest appearance on the CBS sitcom, "The King of Queens." The actor/comedian will tape his appearance this week.

Romano has appeared on three previous episodes of "The King of Queens" as his "Everybody Loves Raymond" character, Ray Barone. No word on whether or not he is reprising that character or will be playing a new one. No airdate has been announced for his episode.
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Doug Has Adoring Karaoke Fans on 'The King of Queens,' Nov. 21

November 7th, 2005 9:00am EST
Coming up on The King of Queens:

"G'Night, Stalker" -- When Doug starts receiving fan mail from someone who saw his performance at a karaoke club, he lets the attention go to his head, only to have his ego shattered when the e-mails suddenly stop coming. Doug then goes back to the karaoke club in an attempt to get his fans back. But when Carrie discovers an e-mail from a rabid fan, she jealously puts a block on all of Doug's incoming e-mails. After Doug finally unblocks his e-mail, he discovers that the adoring e-mails have turned insulting and threatening. The episode airs Monday, N...
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Adam West To Guest-Star on The King of Queens

October 18th, 2005 9:17am EDT
Adam West (Batman) will guest star as himself in an upcoming superhero-themed episode of The King of Queens on Monday, Oct. 24 on CBS. With the annual Sci-Fi Convention just around the corner, Spence (Patton Oswalt) asks Doug's (Kevin James) neighbor, Lou Ferrigno, to attend the event as his guest in order to up his credibility among his sci-fi buddies.

After Ferrigno reluctantly agrees, Spence spots Adam West in the subway and decides that Batman would score more points than the Incredible Hulk and persuades West to join him at the event. Spence's plan goes awry when he discovers t...
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