‘Melrose Place’ Reboot Starring Heather Locklear, Laura Leighton & Daphne Zuniga In The Works

Welcome back to WeHo. Three popular Melrose Place original cast members, Heather Locklear, Laura Leighton and Daphne Zuniga, are reuniting for a followup to the 1990s staple. A Melrose Place reboot, with the trio attached to star, is in development at CBS Studios and is currently being shopped to networks and streamers.

CBS Venture With NAACP Developing Daytime Drama About Black Family

CBS Studios’s joint venture with the NAACP is developing a new daytime drama about a Black family that is expected to air on the CBS Television Network. The series, The Gates, will be co-produced by P&G Studio, a division of big advertiser Procter & Gamble.

NBCU, CBS Studios Latest To Suspend Overall Deals As Lorne Michaels, Dr. Phil & More Have Pacts Put On Hold

CBS Studios and NBCUniversal’s Universal Studio Group have suspended a new round of overall deals due to the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike.

CBS Studios Senior EVP Kevin Berg Exits After 25 Years

CBS Studios Head Of Casting Meg Liberman Retires After Over 45-Year Career

George Cheeks Lays Out New Structure Of CBS Studios & Paramount TV Studios

Layoffs Underway At CBS Studios & Paramount TV Studios, Paramount+ Scripted Team To Be Merged

The expected alignment of CBS Studios, Paramount TV Studios and the Paramount+ scripted originals team is happening, and it is resulting in staff cuts. The latest round of Paramount Global layoffs is impacting fewer than 30 people, all on the West Coast. According to sources, the majority of them are at CBS Studios and Paramount TV Studios, with handful of employees at CBS also let go.

Kristen Hall Returns To CBS Studios As Communications EVP

Kristen Hall is exiting Amazon and returning to CBS Studios in the role of executive vice president of communications. Hall had previously been at CBS Studios for 14 years before leaving to join Amazon in 2018. She returns in the role previously held by Lauri Metrose, who left CBS Studios in June.

Lauri Metrose Leaving As Head Of Communications For CBS Studios

Lauri Metrose is exiting her post as EVP communications at CBS Studios for a new opportunity outside the entertainment industry. Metrose, who will leave at the end of June, has spent virtually her entire career at CBS, going from a rising-star junior publicist to one of the most accomplished and respected TV communications executives in town. Search for her replacement is expected to begin this week.

CBS Studios Announces BIPOC Casting Fellowship, Sets Second Cohort For Leadership Pipeline Challenge

Sheryl Underwood Inks New Multi-Year Deal For ‘The Talk’

Sheryl Underwood will remain as a cohost of The Talk with a new multi-year deal to include future seasons 13, 14 and 15. The show is currently in Season 12. Underwood and CBS Studios, which produces The Talk, have also entered into new two-year first look deal.

‘The Young And The Restless’ Showrunner Accused Of Sexually Harassing Actress

Anthony Morina , the executive producer of The Young and the Restless allegedly made repeated advances toward actress Briana Thomas, commented on her body, offered her a “private acting lesson” and had her fired when she rebuffed him, according to a lawsuit filed on Thursday against Morina and Sony Pictures Television.

Social Justice Activist Tarana Burke Lands CBS Studios Overall Deal

CBS Looks For Growth Abroad — With David Hasselhoff’s Help

The broadcaster’s production arm is venturing into foreign-language programming with the German spy show Ze Network, a dark comedy starring Hasselhoff that will debut next year on TV Now, a video-on-demand platform that is a unit of Germany’s Mediengruppe RTL.

‘Everybody Hates Chris’ Animated Reboot In Works At CBS Studios

Jenny Lumet Inks Big CBS Studios Overall Deal

CBS Studios Taps Sheila Ducksworth To Head NAACP Production Deal

Judge Judy And CBS Sued Again Over Profits

Once again, Judge Judy finds herself on the other side of the bench with a new breach-of-contract complaint filed against the top TV judge and CBS. While the jury-trial seeking suit from Kaye Switzer and the trust of the late Sandi Spreckman doesn’t specify damages, it does state that the plaintiffs are owed $4.75 million from the $95 million sale of Judge Judy to CBS in August.

Craig Turk Inks Deal With CBS Studios

Jennie Urman Signs Deal With CBS Studios

‘NCIS’ Creator Sues CBS Over ‘Los Angeles’ Spinoff

‘Charmed’ Creator Sues CBS Over Profits

Constance M. Burge, the creator of the supernatural drama Charmed has sued CBS Studios claiming she was cheated out of millions of dollars from the long-running series due to faulty accounting.