A local CBS News anchor stepped out of the shadows to reveal a skin condition that has covered her face for months, relieving herself of the emotional exhaustion that came with hiding it.
Frances Wang, who works at CBS Miami, unveiled her struggle in a moving Instagram post on Sept. 17, which included a series of photos showing the progression of her condition in the last four months.
After an extensive search, CBS has cast Max Willems as the lead in Kevin Kwan and Warner Bros TV’s pilot for “The Emperor of Malibu.”
Willems will play the role of Auggie, the son of a new Chinese billionaire who announces his engagement to Kate, his college girlfriend and an American woman with “old money.”
Enkh-Erdene, aka the “Mongolian Cowboy,” showed he had what it takes to be “The World’s Best” when he made jaws drop at his audition for the new CBS talent competition.
This was Enkh’s first time in the United States and he does not speak or understand English, but that didn’t stop him from performing George Strait’s “Amarillo by Morning” after the Super Bowl on Feb. 3.
The Singaporean-American novelist continues to ride the success of the 2018 film, which grossed $232 million in global ticket sales.
After a few months of waiting, it has been confirmed that Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh is finally getting her own standalone “Star Trek” spin-off on CBS All Access.
“Crazy Rich Asians” star Michelle Yeoh is reportedly in talks to reprise her role as Captain Emperor Georgiou in an untitled “Star Trek: Discovery” spin-off that is set to be released in CBS’ All Access streaming platform.
Julie Chen is standing by her husband, CBS CEO Les Moonves, after an explosive report from the New Yorker implicated him in multiple sexual harassment allegations.
On Friday, the prominent Asian American television host of “The Talk” and “Big Brother” posted a statement on Twitter, calling her husband of 14 years a “kind, decent, and moral human being.”
Daniel Dae Kim made his first public comments since his departure from CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0″ after the network were unable to reach pay equality for the actor and his co-star, Grace Park.
Kim and Park, who have both been part of “Hawaii Five-0” for seven seasons since its debut in 2010, decided to leave the show ahead of the upcoming Season 8 premiere after CBS Television Studios failed to offer them the same salary as white co-stars, Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan.