The CBS program is recorded months in advance, so no interruption is expected in the game show's broadcast schedule.
'Better Call Saul': Still the best show on TV
In season 5, Better Call Saul" brings us closer to the "Breaking Bad" universe, so close we can now taste it, smell it, feel it.
'High Fidelity': Streaming version can't find its own voice
It is a heavy lift to sustain the interest of an audience for such a prolonged running time when the mood remains so perpetually downcast.
Divorced LI 'Real Housewife,' boyfriend now living together
The couple have been dating for six months.
LIer competes on episode of Food Network show
A Ronkonkoma baker is competing tonight on the third episode of Food Network's "Girl Scout Cookie Championship."
Justice Smith talks 'All the Bright Places,' more
The up-and-comer -- previously seen in "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" and "Detective Pikachu" -- co-stars with Elle Fanning in this new romantic drama, premiering Feb. 28 on Netflix.
Lynn Cohen, who played Magda in 'Sex and the City,' dies
Lynn Cohen, an actress best known for playing the plainspoken housekeeper and nanny Magda in "Sex and the City," has died. She was 86.
'Washington': Levelheaded, clearly told miniseries
The History channel's miniseries features good dramatizations and insightful commentary, even if "Washington's" George looks nothing like him.
'Amazon Empire': Chilling, exhaustive and fair
After viewing this edition of PBS' "Frontline," you'll never look at Alexa quite the same way.
LI 'AGT' star Luke Islam joins 'Mighty Ducks' sequel
The Garden City South teen who wowed judges and audiences on "America's Got Talent" will star alongside Emilio Estevez in the Disney+ sequel series.
Wendy Williams apologizes for comments on gay men
On Friday, Wendy Williams posted a video on Twitter saying "I didn't mean to hurt anyone's feelings" with her remarks about gay men on Thursday's show.