Viewers are going to have to say goodbye to The Arsenio Hall Show, once more. CBS has cancelled season two of the late-night reboot, it was announced Friday (May 30)

Although tonight has been a historic and genre-shifting night for Hip-Hop, there could only be one winner in the pantheon of independent-turned-top-40 rap stars.

Comedienne, actress and The Talk co-host Sheryl Underwood set off a firestorm of angry criticism aimed her way after making known her disdain for natural Black hair. During an episode of her talk program, she called Black hair “nasty” – and critics on Twitter took Underwood to task.

Can late night television welcome back one of the past stars? This fall, Arsenio Hall will soon find out if his upcoming revival of The Arsenio Hall Show will receive a warm welcome after last being on the air as a host in 1994.

The progeny of Eddie Murphy‘s Axel Foley character of Beverly Hills Cop fame will not be making it to the small screen after all. CBS has passed on picking up the proposed Beverly Hill Cop television show starring comedian/actor Brandon T. Jackson (Tropic Thunder). 

The Associated Press has become one of many Twitter accounts that have been hijacked recently. The account was hacked Tuesday (April 23) with a claim of a White House attack and an injured President Obama.

The Money Team reign just wont let up as Floyd “Money” Mayweather is taking his talents to Showtime/CBS after a lengthy run with HBO PPV. 

2 Chainz made his acting debut last night on the hit CBS sitcom, 2 Broke Girls. 

The charismatic 2 Chainz will be a guest on the hit television series, 2 Broke Girls, on CBS.

President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sat down for a joint 60 Minutes interview Sunday (Jan. 2 7) and expressed their adoration for one another. As her tenure winds down, the 65-year-old and the commander in chief –once opponents in the 2008 election—have grown into close friends. 

Beyoncé loves her fans and she’s hooking them up in a major way. The superstar will allow them to join her on stage during her Super Bowl performance in February.

Yes, a Beverly Hills Cop reboot, as a television show, is really happening. Brandon T. Jackson has been tabbed to star as the son of Axel T. Foley, the character originally portrayed and popularized by Eddie Murphy.