UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT,” 6/3-6/8





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT,” 6/3-6/8

Monday through Friday, 11:35 PM – 12:37 AM, ET/PT

*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule

(n) Denotes new broadcast

*Wednesday, June 3

Stephen Colbert from home; Charlamagne Tha God; musical performance by Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio (n)

*Thursday, June 4

Stephen Colbert from home; Senator Cory Booker; Andrew Ross Sorkin (n)

*Friday, June 5

Stephen Colbert from home; Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Karen Bass; Judd Apatow (n)

*Monday, June 8

Stephen Colbert from home; Vice President Joe Biden (OAD: 5/21/20)



“CBS THIS MORNING” WILL DEDICATE A SPECIAL BROADCAST TO RACE AND INJUSTICE





“CBS THIS MORNING” WILL DEDICATE A SPECIAL BROADCAST TO RACE AND INJUSTICE

“Race for Justice” Will Air Tomorrow, Friday, June 5

On Friday, June 5, CBS THIS MORNING will continue its comprehensive reporting on issues of racial inequality and injustice, as part of a special broadcast titled “Race for Justice,” from 7:00 to 9:00 AM, ET. CBS THIS MORNING has been reporting widely on the nationwide protests and calls for change surrounding the death of George Floyd at the hands of police. “Race for Justice” will take a deeper dive into the issues of racism, discrimination and injustice in America. It’s part of CBS THIS MORNING’s ongoing commitment to the continued conversations happening in every part of this country. Co-hosts Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil announced “Race for Justice” live on air today.

“Race for Justice” will continue to draw attention to systemic issues of racial inequality in the justice system and will explore the questions of what it will take to create lasting change. Coverage will include messages from protestors and activists of various races, ages, genders and ethnic backgrounds, offering their perspectives on this national civil rights movement. CBS News contributor Ibram X. Kendi, author of How to Be an Antiracist, and Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism, will offer insight and perspective on the importance of being actively engaged in tough and honest conversations about racial inequality in America. CBS THIS MORNING SATURDAY co-host Michelle Miller will offer some personal reflections and perspectives on the movement underway to recognize racial injustice in her “Reporter’s Notebook.”

Each weekday morning, Gayle King, Anthony Mason, and Tony Dokoupil deliver two hours of original reporting, breaking news and top-level newsmaker interviews in an engaging and informative format that challenges the norm in network morning news programs. The broadcast has earned a prestigious Peabody Award, a Polk Award, five News & Documentary Emmys, three Daytime Emmys and the 2017 Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Newscast. The broadcast was also honored with an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award as part of CBS News’ division-wide coverage of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

Diana Miller is the executive producer of CBS THIS MORNING



48 Hours 6/6 on CBS





A SINGLE OHIO MOTHER MURDERED – THE LEAD DETECTIVE PURSUES THREE INNOCENT PEOPLE WHILE THE REAL KILLER WALKS FREE – WHAT REALLY HAPPENED WITH THE SEARCH FOR CLUES?

“48 Hours” Investigates in an Encore of “Good Cop/Bad Cop: Solving the Murder of Heather Bogle”

CBS News chief investigative and senior national correspondent Jim Axelrod and 48 HOURS investigate the murder of a single Ohio mother and the unusual police investigation into what happened, in an encore of “Good Cop/Bad Cop: Solving the Murder of Heather Bogle” to be broadcast Saturday, June 6 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Bogle’s murder kicked off a year-long investigation in which the lead detective doggedly pursued three innocent people – Omar Satchel, Kayree Jeffrey and Keyona Bor – while the real killer walked free. It’s a case that wrecked the life of an innocent woman, as Detective Sean O’Connell pursued it, delaying justice for Bogle’s family, who were struggling to deal with what happened to their loved one. And it’s a story that ultimately turns on good police work following bad work.

Bogle was 28 when she left the Sandusky County, Ohio, Whirlpool plant and headed out after an overnight shift. She then vanished and was later found a mile away from the plant brutally murdered and stuffed in the trunk of her car.

Detective O’Connell, investigators would later learn, ignored potentially exculpatory evidence that could have eliminated Satchel, Jeffrey and Bor as suspects. O’Connell would eventually become the subject of a criminal investigation himself.

Sandusky County Sheriff Chris Hilton ordered the investigation to begin from scratch, which included key GPS information from Bogle’s phone. That led them to the home of Daniel Myers, someone who worked with Bogle. They discovered evidence in his trailer that made them believe Myers was a sexual predator. After his arrest, the prosecutor says 10 women came forward and alleged he raped them.

Axelrod and 48 HOURS piece together an in-depth profile of Myers and his history and report the story through interviews with Hilton, O’Connell, Bor and others. 48 HOURS is also in court for emotional testimony.

48 HOURS: “Good Cop/Bad Cop: Solving the Murder of Heather Bogle” is produced by Liza Finley and Richard Fetzer. Atticus Brady is the editor. Linda Martin is the update producer. Anthony Batson is the senior broadcast producer. Patti Aronofsky is the senior producer. Nancy Kramer is the executive story editor. Judy Tygard is the executive producer.



UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN,” 6/3-6/5





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN,” 6/3-6/5

Monday through Friday, 12:37 AM – 1:37 AM, ET/PT

*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule

(n) Denotes new broadcast

*Wednesday, June 3

U.S. Representative Val Demings; musical performance by M. Ward (n)

Thursday, June 4

Anna Kendrick; musical performance by Alanis Morissette (n)

*Friday, June 5

Alain de Botton; musical performance by Barry Manilow (OAD: 5/5/20)




Bob Hearts Abishola 6/15 (Rerun) on CBS





BOB AND ABISHOLA FINALLY GO ON A PROPER DATE, WHICH IS INTERRUPTED BY DOTTIE’S MEDICAL EMERGENCY, ON A REBROADCAST OF “BOB ♥ ABISHOLA,” MONDAY, JUNE 15


Editor’s note: This episode replaces the previously scheduled programming.

“Ralph Lauren and Fish” – Bob and Abishola finally go on a proper date, which is interrupted by Dottie’s medical emergency, on a rebroadcast of BOB ♥ ABISHOLA, Monday, June 15 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. (Originally broadcast 10/28/19.)

REGULAR CAST:

Billy Gardell

(Bob)

Folake Olowofoyeku

(Abishola)

Christine Ebersole

(Dottie)

Matt Jones

(Douglas)

Maribeth Monroe

(Christina)

Vernee Watson

(Gloria)

Shola Adewusi

(Auntie Olu)

Barry Shabaka Henley

(Uncle Tunde)

Travis Wolfe, Jr.

(Dele)

Gina Yashere

(Kemi)

GUEST CAST:

Bayo Akinfemi

(Goodwin)

Anthony Okungbowa

(Kofo)

Elizabeth Liang

(Woman)

Rodney J. Hobbs

(Waiter)

Emily Berry

(Nurse)

Grifon Aldren

(Orderly)

Adam William Zastrow

(Teenager)

Tracey Adams

(Lady)

Arianna Torres

(Little Girl)

STORY BY: Chuck Lorre and Al Higgins

TELEPLAY BY: David Goetsch and Gina Yashere

DIRECTED BY: Beth McCarthy-Miller

GENRE: Comedy



UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE TALK,” 6/2-6/5





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE TALK,” 6/2-6/5

Monday through Friday (2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT)

*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule

(n) Denotes new broadcast

Tuesday, June 2

Actress and author Kristen Bell discusses her new book The World Needs More Purple People and new animated series; “Feel, Heal, Keep It Real” segment with Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson East (n)

Wednesday, June 3

Actress Elisabeth Moss; singer Jewel; psychic medium Thomas John from THE THOMAS JOHN EXPERIENCE on CBS All Access (n)

*Thursday, June 4

Co-anchor Gayle King (CBS’ CBS THIS MORNING); comedian Louie Anderson discusses his upcoming standup special “Louie Anderson: Big Underwear” (n)

Friday, June 5

Singer and actress Olivia Newton-John; actress Yvonne Orji (n)

RATING: TV14-DL (Rating may change on day of broadcast due to specific subject matter.)



UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT,” 6/1-6/4





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT,” 6/1-6/4

Monday through Friday, 11:35 PM – 12:37 AM, ET/PT

*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule

(n) Denotes new broadcast

*Monday, June 1

Stephen Colbert from home; Killer Mike; Chris Hayes; musical performance by Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio (n)

*Tuesday, June 2

Stephen Colbert from home; Keegan-Michael Key, host of CBS’ new series GAME ON! (n)

*Wednesday, June 3

Stephen Colbert from home; TBD (n)

Thursday, June 4

Stephen Colbert from home; Andrew Ross Sorkin; John Malkovich (n)




All Rise 6/8 (Rerun) on CBS





LOLA CONTENDS WITH A FAME-HUNGRY DEFENDANT AND A CIRCUS-LIKE COURTROOM WHILE PRESIDING OVER A CELEBRITY’S MURDER TRIAL, ON A REBROADCAST OF “ALL RISE,” MONDAY, JUNE 8

Editor’s note: This episode replaces the previously scheduled programming.

Jere Burns Guest Stars as Attorney Adam Pryce

“Fool for Liv” – Lola contends with a fame-hungry defendant, personal assistant Olivia McLeland (Bianca Santos), and a circus-like courtroom while presiding over a celebrity’s murder trial that forces her to find peace at Sherri’s home after she’s chased by paparazzi, on a rebroadcast of ALL RISE, Monday, June 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Jere Burns guest stars as Olivia’s attorney, Adam Pryce. (Originally broadcast 10/28/19.)

REGULAR CAST:

Simone Missick

(Lola Carmichael)

Wilson Bethel

(Mark Callan)

Marg Helgenberger

(Lisa Benner)

Jessica Camacho

(Emily Lopez)

J. Alex Brinson

(Luke Watkins)

Lindsay Mendez

(Sara Castillo)

Ruthie Ann Miles

(Sherri Kansky)

GUEST CAST:

Reggie Lee

(Head DDA Thomas Choi)

Jere Burns

(Adam Pryce)

Bianca Santos

(Olivia McLeland)

KJ Smith

(Cassie Lange)

Colin Ford

(Billy Webb)

Tacey Adams

(Della Webb)

Amanda Wyss

(Caroline Halliwell)

Cassi Colvin

(Hayley Halliwell)

Michael Dempsey

(Hank)

Juliette Jeffers

(Leigh)

K.C. Wolf

(Ty Fulmer)

Ali Kinkade

(Tina)

Tristan Cunningham

(Police Officer)

Cynthia Quiles

(Reporter)

WRITTEN BY: Conway Preston

DIRECTED BY: Stacey K. Black

GENRE: Drama (Filmed in HD)



Blue Bloods 6/12 (Rerun) on CBS





ERIN DISAGREES WITH A PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTANT’S DIAGNOSIS OF A NANNY ACCUSED OF ABUSE, AND FRANK IS FORCED TO MAKE STAFFING CHANGES HE IS UNSURE ABOUT, ON A REBROADCAST OF “BLUE BLOODS,” FRIDAY, JUNE 12


Editor’s note: This episode replaces the previously scheduled programming.

Dylan Walsh Returns as Mayor Peter Chase

“Grave Errors” – While working a case of a nanny accused of abuse, Erin disagrees with the psychiatric consultant, Dr. Alice Dornan (Jennifer Bowles), regarding her diagnosis and punishment suggestion. Also, Eddie confronts her boss who has a personal vendetta against the commissioner and the Reagan family name; Mayor Peter Chase (Dylan Walsh) pushes Frank to make staffing changes he is skeptical about; and Danny goes undercover on a case when a woman claims to have heard someone plotting a murder, on a rebroadcast of BLUE BLOODS, Friday, June 12 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. (Originally broadcast 11/22/19.)

REGULAR CAST:

Tom Selleck

(Frank Reagan)

Donnie Wahlberg

(Danny Reagan)

Bridget Moynahan

(Erin Reagan)

Will Estes

(Jamie Reagan)

Len Cariou

(Henry Reagan)

Marisa Ramirez

(Det. Maria Baez)

Sami Gayle

(Nicky Reagan-Boyle)

Vanessa Ray

(Officer Eddie Janko)

RECURRING CAST:

Abigail Hawk

(Abigail Baker)

Gregory Jbara

(Garrett Moore)

Robert Clohessy

(Lt. Gormley)

Steven Schirripa

(Anthony Abetamarco)

Andrew Terraciano

(Sean Reagan)

James Nuciforo

(Nuciforo)

GUEST CAST:

Dylan Walsh

(Mayor Peter Chase)

Stephanie Kurtzuba

(Sergeant McNichols)

Masha King

(Roxy)

Jennifer Bowles

(Dr. Alice Dornan)

Andrew Kaempfer

(Joseph Kiernan)

Alexis Cash

(Chase’s Assistant)

Matt Consalvo

(Officer Meyers)

Dakota Brown

(Drunk Broad #1)

Teniece Divya Johnson

(Drunk Broad #2)

Saiyam Kumar

(Taru Tech)

WRITTEN BY: Daniel Truly

DIRECTED BY: Robert Harmon

GENRE: Drama



Blue Bloods 6/5 (Rerun) on CBS





FRANK TAKES ONE OF JAMIE’S CASES PERSONALLY WHEN IT INVOLVES THE SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF HIS FRIEND’S TERMINALLY ILL WIFE, ON A REBROADCAST OF “BLUE BLOODS,” FRIDAY, JUNE 5


Editor’s note: This episode replaces the previously scheduled programming.

“Another Look” – Frank takes one of Jamie’s cases to heart when it involves the suspicious death of his friend’s, FBI Agent Wilson Ortega’s (Emiliano Diez), terminally ill wife. Also, after demanding more meaningful cases, Erin receives an unsolved robbery case that proves to be impossible to crack without help from Anthony, and Danny and Baez uncover the shocking truth behind a puzzling assault claim, on a rebroadcast of BLUE BLOODS, Friday, June 5 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. (Originally broadcast 10/18/19.)

REGULAR CAST:

Tom Selleck

(Frank Reagan)

Donnie Wahlberg

(Danny Reagan)

Bridget Moynahan

(Erin Reagan)

Will Estes

(Jamie Reagan)

Len Cariou

(Henry Reagan)

Marisa Ramirez

(Det. Maria Baez)

Sami Gayle

(Nicky Reagan-Boyle)

Vanessa Ray

(Officer Eddie Janko)

RECURRING CAST:

Abigail Hawk

(Abigail Baker)

Gregory Jbara

(Garrett Moore)

Robert Clohessy

(Lt. Gormley)

Steven Schirripa

(Anthony Abetamarco)

Tony Terraciano

(Jack Reagan)

Andrew Terraciano

(Sean Reagan)

James Nuciforo

(Nuciforo)

GUEST CAST:

Eric B.

(Detective Mike Gee)

Jere Shea

(Mark Forman)

Kerry O’Malley

(Lydia Forman)

Erica Pappas

(Natalie)

Emiliano Diez

(Wilson Ortega)

Umit Celebi

(Business Owner #3)

Henry Yuk

(Mr. Chow)

Kenneth Maharaj

(Business Owner #1)

Jagan Badvel

(Business Owner #2)

Jefferson Reardon

(Hoody)

Rafael Jordan

(Uniform)

Stacey Giambastiani

(Woman)

Christine Davis

(Clerk)

Edward Turner

(Boy)

Emily Crehan

(Girl)

Chris Dreams

(Hotel Security)

Jose Mesina

(Bartender)

WRITTEN BY: Brian Burns

DIRECTED BY: Jackeline Tejada

GENRE: Drama