Harry Styles is headed to Los Angeles for a week – and he’s crashing on The Late Late Show’s couch!
Styles will be the first ‘in-person week-long resident’ on The Late, Late Show with James Corden – performing songs from his self-titled debit album and joining Corden in various Late Late Show segments.
He will also show of his Late Late Show tattoo – that he received during his Dec. 3, 2015 appearance, when he lost a game of “Tattoo Roulette.”
Styles’ week on The Late Late Show begins Monday, May 15th (12:37 ET/PT).
When agents investigate the deaths of petty officers Elise Makdessi and Quincy Brown, they find what should be an open and shut case: Makdessi’s husband has shot and killed Quincy Brown, whom the husband says he found raping and killing his wife.
The discovery of a videotape made by Makdessi kicks of an investigation that took six years – across two continents.
48 Hours: NCIS, a six-week series hosted by Rocky Carrol of hit CBS series NCIS, premieres on Tuesday, April 45 (10/9C).
On CBS’ Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy® Salute To The Bee Gees, music stars, including Demi Lovato, Keith Urban, Tori Kelly, John Legend, Celine Dion and more, celebrate and perform classic songs made famous by the Bee Gees with special appearances by Cynthia Erivo, John Travolta and Wilmer Valderrama.
Barry Gibb will perform a medley of Bee Gees hits including: Jive Talkin’, You Should Be Dancing and Stayin’ Alive.
CBS will air Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy® Salute To The Bee Gees on Sunday, april 16th (8/7C).
NCIS is the most popular drama in the world – and has been for many years. While its cases are usually fictional, there is a real United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service and it has just celebrated its 50th anniversary.
Fans of NCIS and anyone interested in how the organization functions can find out as CBS launches 48 Hours: NCIS – a six episode series that will look at some of NCIS’ biggest cases.
NCIS star Rocky Carroll will host the series. 48 Hours: NCIS will premiere on Tuesday, April 25th (10/9C).
CBS has ordered a new unscripted series that delves into the high-stakes world of the first responders.
Ambulance takes a revealing look into the intense world of emergency medical workers and the 911 dispatchers who make split second decisions during life-threatening emergencies.
The series is being developed based on the format of the U.K. show of the same name, originally created by Endemol Shine UK production company Dragonfly. The new CBS series will be produced by Endemol Shine North America.
One of the most intriguing parts of the Academy of Country Music Awards is the possibility of some great collaborations between artists you might not expect to see performing togethe – or artists you’ve always thought should perform together.
The 52nd ACMAs feature a bit of both – from Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to Florida Georgia Line and the Backstreet Boys, the performances look to be some of the best ever.
Hosted by Luke Bryant and Dierks Bentley, the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards will be broadcast live, by CBS, from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 2nd (8/7C).
CBS has released the season finale dates for its primetime shows – including Elementary and NCIS: Los Angeles (above) – in chronological order beginning with MacGyver on Friday, April 14th and concluding wityh The Amazing Race on Thursday, June 1st.