Janet Jackson rejected the Global Impact Award after CBS mistreated her after her Super Bowl performance with Justin Timberlake.

A Black media destination is heading to network television. CBS has agreed to air the inaugural TheGrio Awards.

An upcoming series, The Activist, adds to that unfortunate and growing legacy with Twitter fans voicing their displeasure.


Though the trailer doesn't give much on the new adventures that await Trekkies when Strange New Worlds hits Paramount+, it's a pretty cool introduction to the old and new characters that will be starring in the series.

We are going to see more  of one Rap’s greatest talents get more screen time in 2021 and beyond. CBS has greenlighted some more action for The Equalizer. 

According to Deadline, Queen Latifah has signed on as Executive Producer and lead in the Millicent Shelton directed Netflix thriller End of the Road, a film that follows recently widowed Brenda who, after losing her job, drives her family cross-country to start a new life. In the New Mexico desert, cut off from help, they must learn to fight back when they become the targets of a mysterious killer.

in a new report, the entertainer and producer is said to be suing his former partners for $1.5 billion over the rights to Wild 'n Out.

The hit series The Equalizer is returning to TV with a new twist.

Lil Nas X has dominated the charts in 2019 with two hit singles and has become an icon of the LGBTQ community in the process. In an interview with CBS This Morning, the “Old Town Road” star shares his journey in music, coming out, and much more.

After a few failed attempts, CBS and Viacom finally have agreed to merge forming a new media giant the two companies announced on Tuesday (August 13).

The Twilight Zone reboot from the minds of Jordan Peele and Simon Kinberg has garnered praise amongst viewers for its fresh update on Rod Serling’s classic series. As a result, the series will get a second season on the CBS All Access streaming platform.

In the second portion of the CBS This Morning interview with R. Kelly, women connected to the singer tearfully defended him. From their vantage point, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary both believe that the allegations Kelly faces are all lies and a ploy from their parents to get money.