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CBS wants to cut back on late-night talk and play up the games in the wee hours of the morning. CBS is expected to replace its long-running “Late Late Show” after a 28-year run with a reboot of the Comedy Central game show “@midnight,” according to a person familiar with…

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. President Biden will deliver his State of the Union on Tuesday night, addressing a joint session of Congress about his agenda for the coming year. The address starts at…

Daniel Dae Kim will star in and executive produce a series adaptation of the graphic novel “Butterfly” currently in development at Amazon, Variety has learned exclusively. The project is described as a character-driven spy thriller. Per the official logline, the series centers on “David Jung (Kim), an enigmatic, highly unpredictable…

The Michael Jackson estate is in the process of selling half of its interests in the legendary singer’s music catalog in a deal in the $800 million-$900 million range, three sources confirm to Variety. While details are unclear, sources say that Sony and a possible financial partner are negotiating to…

Gina Rodriguez stars in “Not Dead Yet,” a new ABC sitcom following the “Jane the Virgin” alum playing a woman scrambling to get her life together. Although it has its charms, it’s decidedly average.

Paramount Television Studios (PTVS) has named Dominic Pagone its new head of communications. The news came via a memo sent to staff on Monday by Nicole Clemens, president of Paramount TV Studios. In his new role, Pagone will report to Clemens as well as Chris Ender, CBS’ executive vice president…

There were some major shockers on music’s biggest night.

When Beyoncé tied the record for the most Grammy wins ever, she was — in true diva fashion — late the the party.

Bad Bunny brought his record-breaking “World’s Hottest Tour” to the 2023 Grammys stage, performing a mashup of “El Apagon” and “Despues De La Playa” to open the 65th annual awards show on Sunday night. The Puerto Rican reggaeton titan kicked off his set off-stage and was backed by a live…

Ready for some glam with the Gram? The biggest stars in music are hitting the red carpet for the 2023 Grammy Awards, kicking off at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5, from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. The 65th annual celebration, hosted by “The Daily Show” alum Trevor Noah, returns to an in-person format —…

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. The 2023 Grammy Awards will air Sunday at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS and Paramount Plus. The ceremony returns in full force for the first…

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 Grammy Awards.