Survivor 5/25 (Season Finale) on CBS





CASTAWAYS SKILLFULLY NAVIGATE THEIR WAY TO THE FINAL THREE, WITH ONE CROWNED THE SOLE SURVIVOR, ON THE TWO-HOUR SEASON FINALE OF “SURVIVOR,” FOLLOWED BY THE ONE-HOUR REUNION SHOW HOSTED BY JEFF PROBST, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25

“It Comes Down to This” – After a grueling, accelerated 26-day season filled with new twists and advantages, castaways skillfully navigate their way to the final three, with one crowned the Sole Survivor, on the two-hour season finale, followed by the Reunion Show hosted by Jeff Probst, on the CBS Original series SURVIVOR, Wednesday, May 25 (8:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.

The following are the 18 castaways competing in the 42nd edition of SURVIVOR:

VATI Tribe (Green):

Jenny Kim, creative director (3rd Eliminated)

Chanelle Howell, executive recruiter (7th Eliminated)

Lydia Meredith, waitress (6th Eliminated)

Mike Turner, retired firefighter

Daniel Strunk, law clerk (5th Eliminated)

Hai Giang, data scientist (10th Eliminated)

TAKU Tribe (Orange):

Marya Sherron, stay-at-home mom (2nd Eliminated)

Lindsay Dolashewich, dietitian

Maryanne Oketch, seminary student

Jackson Fox, healthcare worker (Exited game)

Omar Zaheer, veterinarian (12th Eliminated)

Jonathan Young, beach service co. owner

IKA Tribe (Blue):

Drea Wheeler, fitness consultant (11th Eliminated)

Tori Meehan, therapist (9th Eliminated)

Swati Goel, Ivy League student (4th Eliminated)

Rocksroy Bailey, stay-at-home dad (8th Eliminated)

Romeo Escobar, pageant coach

Zach Wurtenberger, student (1st Eliminated)

SURVIVOR is hosted by Emmy Award-winning host Jeff Probst and produced by S.E.G. Holdco., LLC. Mark Burnett, Jeff Probst, Matt Van Wagenen, Kahaia Pearson and Jesse Jensen are executive producers.

*Paramount+ Premium subscribers will have access to stream live via the live feed of their local CBS affiliate on the service as well as on demand. Essential-tier subscribers will have access to on-demand the day after the episode airs.



FBI: Most Wanted 5/24 (Season Finale) on CBS





THE TEAM CHASES AN OLIGARCH WHO GOES ON A TERROR SPREE IN NEW YORK CITY IN A DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE HIS IMPOSSIBLE SITUATION, ON THE THIRD SEASON FINALE OF “FBI: MOST WANTED,” TUESDAY, MAY 24

“A Man Without a Country” – The team chases an oligarch who goes on a terror spree in New York City in a desperate attempt to escape his impossible situation, on the third season finale of the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED, Tuesday, May 24 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.

REGULAR CAST:

Dylan McDermott

(Supervisory Special Agent Remy Scott)

Alexa Davalos

(Special Agent Kristin Gaines)

Roxy Sternberg

(Special Agent Sheryll Barnes)

Keisha Castle-Hughes

(Special Agent Hana Gibson)

Miguel Gomez

(Special Agent Ivan Ortiz)

RECURRING CAST:

Wendy Moniz

(Judge April Brooks)

Rebecca Brooksher

(Claire Scott)

Matt Mercurio

(George Kouka)

Catherine Wolf

(Betsy Scott)

Robert Farrior

(Kevin Carragher)

Oriana Bustamante

(Ingrid Vargas)

Jay Cobian

(Jack Vargas)

Erika Longo

(Female Reporter)

Greg Lee

(Male Reporter)

GUEST CAST:

Rudolf Martin

(Trofim Sarkov)

Lyanka Gryu

(Polina Sarkov)

Kristof Konrad

(Aleksander Pavlishchev)

Celeste Oliva

(Heather Suarez)

Bhavesh Patel

(Agent Brad May)

Jeff Kim

(Dave Kim)

Jonathan Spivey

(Mark Muldoon)

Jordan Mann

(Cuqui Purcell)

Tony Naumovski

(Yuri)

Denise Pillott

(Officer Smith)

Josue Ledesma

(Officer West)

Eduard Osipov

(Viktor)

Stanislav Tabirta

(Lev)

Dave Bobb

(Transient)

Chance Casaus

(Bike Messenger)

STORY BY: David Hudgins & Wendy West

TELEPLAY BY: David Hudgins

DIRECTED BY: Heather Cappiello

GENRE: Drama



FBI: International 5/24 (Season Finale) on CBS





AFTER A PRIVATE JET CARRYING AMERICAN CITIZENS IS SHOT DOWN OVER EUROPE, THE FLY TEAM LOOKS INTO THE MAN WHO MISSED THE FLIGHT, ON THE FIRST SEASON FINALE OF “FBI: INTERNATIONAL,” TUESDAY, MAY 24

Elizabeth Mitchell Returns as Angela Cassidy, Forrester’s Mother

“Crestfallen” – When a private jet carrying American citizens is shot down over Europe, the Fly Team looks into the man who missed the flight. Also, Forrester is conflicted when he receives information on a case from his mother, Angela (Elizabeth Mitchell), on the first season finale of the CBS Original series FBI: INTERNATIONAL, Tuesday, May 24 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.

REGULAR CAST:

Luke Kleintank

(Special Agent Scott Forrester)

Heida Reed

(Special Agent Jamie Kellett)

Carter Redwood

(Special Agent Andre Raines)

Vinessa Vidotto

(Special Agent Cameron Vo)

Christiane Paul

(Europol Agent Katrin Jaeger)

GUEST CAST:

Elizabeth Mitchell

(Angela Cassidy)

Aaron Serotsky

(Michael Rafferty)

Moe Irvin

(General Finley)

Lotte Verbeek

(Astrid Jensen)

Alon Aboutboul

(Pavel Novikoff)

Michael Torpey

(Ken Dandridge)

Adam Fidusiewicz

(Vladislav)

Philip Rosch

(Greg Hutchinson)

TBD

(Clerk)

Temiloluwa Ami-Williams

(Flight Attendant)

WRITTEN BY: Matt Olmstead

DIRECTED BY: Rob Greenlea

GENRE: Drama



FBI 5/24 (Season Finale) on CBS





AS THE TEAM INVESTIGATES A DEADLY ROBBERY, THEY DISCOVER ONE OF THE PERPS IS A CLASSMATE OF JUBAL’S SON, ON THE FOURTH SEASON FINALE OF “FBI,” TUESDAY, MAY 24

“Prodigal Son” – As the team investigates a deadly robbery that garnered a cache of automatic weapons for the killers, they discover one of the perps is a classmate of Jubal’s son, who is reluctant to cooperate with the case, on the fourth season finale of the CBS Original series FBI, Tuesday, May 24 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.

REGULAR CAST:

Missy Peregrym

(Special Agent Maggie Bell)

Zeeko Zaki

(Special Agent Omar Adom “OA” Zidan)

Jeremy Sisto

(Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine)

Alana De La Garza

(Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille)

John Boyd

(Special Agent Stuart Scola)

Katherine Renee Turner

(Special Agent Tiffany Wallace)

RECURRING CAST:

Shantel VanSanten

(Special Agent Nina Chase)

Taylor Anthony Miller

(Kelly Moran)

Vedette Lim

(Elise Taylor)

James Chen

(Ian Lim)

Roshawn Franklin

(Agent Hobbs)

Mara Davi

(Samantha Kelton)

Caleb Reese Paul

(Tyler Kelton)

GUEST CAST:

Scot Wade Cain

(Perp One/Zach O’Connor)

John Patrick Hayden

(Jack O’Connor)

Laura Shoop

(Nancy O’Connor)

Micah Scroggins

(Perp Two/Clayton Hall)

Will Blomker

(Robert Hall)

Lauren Hines

(Allison Hall)

AJ Dyer

(Simon Branch)

Michael Dean Morgan

(Ryan Bell)

Jessie Hooker-Bailey

(Emily Fallin)

Adam Monley

(Mark Whitman)

Erica Wong

(Linda Viola)

Charle Webb

(Local Cop)

John Noble Barrack

(Man at Warehouse)

John Toon

(Clerk/Ted Whitman)

David Wenzel

(Jeremy Brosnihan)

WRITTEN BY: Rick Eid

DIRECTED BY: Alex Chapple

GENRE: Drama



UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN,” 5/20-5/27





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN,” 5/20-5/27

THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN airs Monday through Friday, 12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, and is available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule

(n) Denotes new broadcast

Friday, May 20

Maggie Gyllenhaal; Cynthia Erivo; stand-up comedy performance by Kimberly Clark (OAD: 2/28/22)

*Monday, May 23

Kaley Cuoco; Glen Powell; musical performance by Bloc Party (n)

*Tuesday, May 24

Patricia Arquette; Ben Schwartz; stand-up comedy performance Ophira Eisenberg (n)

*Wednesday, May 25

Miles Teller; Amanda Peet (n)

*Thursday, May 26

Terry Crews; June Diane Raphael; musical performance by Amos Lee (n)

*Friday, May 27

David Arquette; Nick Thune; stand-up comedy performance by Jackie Kashian (OAD: 1/24/22)



UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT,” 5/19-5/26





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT,” 5/19-5/26

**update in italics**

The #1 late-night series airs Monday through Friday, 11:35 PM-12:37 AM, ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, streams live and on demand on Paramount+ and is available in audio form as a daily and Webby Award-winning podcast, THE LATE SHOW POD SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT.

Thursday, May 19

Mike Myers; Minha Kim

Performance by Beach House

Friday, May 20

Shaquille O’Neal takes “The Colbert Questionert”

Sebastian Stan

Performance by Sharon Van Etten

Monday, May 23

Jennifer Connelly; Patti LuPone

Performance by Patti LuPone

Tuesday, May 24

Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern

David Sedaris

Wednesday, May 25

Michael Che; Admiral James Stavridis

Thursday, May 26

Beto O’Rourke; Karl Urban



UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE TALK,” 5/23-5/27





UPCOMING GUESTS ON “THE TALK,” 5/23-5/27

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

on the CBS Television Network and Available to Stream

Live and on Demand on Paramount+

Monday, May 23

Actor Max Greenfield (CBS’ THE NEIGHBORHOOD and film “The Valet”) (n)

Tuesday, May 24

Actors Tzi Ma and Olivia Liang (The CW’s KUNG FU) (n)

Wednesday, May 25

Comedian and actor Jay Pharoah discusses his new film “Private Property” (n)

Thursday, May 26

Actor Glen Powell discusses his new film TOP GUN: MAVERICK; THE TALK continues Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with “Today’s Trailblazers,” a special series celebrating the inventive, engaging and diverse AAPI community, highlighted by each host; Jerry O’Connell shines a spotlight on fashion designer Kovid Kapoor (n)

Friday, May 27

Actor John McCook (CBS’ THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL); THE TALK’s “Food Face-Off” competition series continues with side dishes: macaroni salad with Walt Kunimitsu, owner of W & M Bar-B-Q Burger of Oahu, Hawaii, vs. potato salad with Julian Kegel, owner of Kegel’s Inn in Milwaukee, Wis. (n)



“60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 22





“60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 22

IN SHORT SUPPLY – Hospitals have been facing daily drug shortages across the country for more than a decade. The lack of essential drugs is not a matter of supply and demand, a 60 MINUTES investigation found, but pharmaceutical companies have been halting production on life-saving generic drugs because they aren’t profitable. Bill Whitaker finds a broken system, as doctors express serious concerns and the government stands on the sidelines. Sam Hornblower is the producer.

HOPE CHICAGO – 60 MINUTES’ Scott Pelley visits Johnson College Prep on Chicago’s South Side, where many students have no permanent home and face violence on their way to school, as they experience a miracle. Pelley sits down with the principal and the students whose lives will be changed forever by Hope Chicago, which funds blanket scholarships for students to attend in-state colleges for free. Nicole Young is the producer.

JONAS KAUFMANN – 60 MINUTES profiles opera singer Jonas Kaufmann. Critics applaud the German tenor’s singing and range while others point to his history of high-profile performance cancellations. After following Kaufmann for years, traveling to his childhood home in Munich, Norah O’Donnell sits down with the opera star and learns about his rise to the top and his quest to protect his voice. Kaylee Tully is the producer.

This is the final original broadcast of the 2021-2022 season. Continue tuning in for encore episodes of 60 MINUTES.



CBS Sunday Morning 5/22 on CBS





JANE PAULEY ANCHORS A SPECIAL “BY DESIGN” EDITION OF “CBS SUNDAY MORNING” FROM SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.

Sunday, May 22

Jane Pauley anchors a special “By Design” edition of CBS SUNDAY MORNING from Santa Barbara, Calif, that focuses on all aspects of design – from the home to our lives – to be broadcast Sunday, May 22 (9:00 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

This year’s broadcast, anchored from Montecito’s historic El Fureidis estate and prominent locations in Santa Barbara, builds on a long tradition at CBS SUNDAY MORNING to feature one broadcast in May focused on design and travel. Previous editions have been anchored from the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, Hearst Castle in California, The Breakers in Rhode Island, as well as locations in Florence, London and Amsterdam.

Sunday’s broadcast will feature David Pogue’s look at how design and devices play an important role in tracking people’s daily lives. Pauley will delve into the rich history of Santa Barbara, which was inspired by Spanish design and was once known as Hollywood of the North.

Seth Doane also reports from Wales, where an artist is turning sand and stone into fleeting works of art. Tracy Smith explores the design of surfboards. And Lee Cowan catches up with singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins, a nearby Montecito, Calif. resident, whose music was in the original TOP GUN and also in the sequel, TOP GUN: MAVERICK, both from Paramount Pictures, a division of CBS parent Paramount Global.

In addition, Martha Teichner reports on the design of vertical gardens; Kelefa Sanneh explores the gardens on living room walls; Nancy Giles looks into the rich history of wallpaper; Martha Stewart offers some top-drawer home office design tips; and Ben Tracy visits Paradise, Calif., which was all but destroyed by a wildfire in 2018, and reports on how the community is slowly rebuilding using fire resistant construction.

Finally, Luke Burbank reports on the many ways people are using shipping containers in home projects, and Susan Spencer looks at the classic design of paper clips, ice cream scoops and can openers. Also, Serena Altschul explores the world of second-hand fashion.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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Disney Television Studios Lands Five New Broadcast Series





Disney Television Studios Lands Five New Broadcast Series; Seventeen Series Return
The studio produced the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7 and three of the season’s Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs.
[via press release from Disney Television Studios]
DISNEY TELEVISION STUDIOS LANDS FIVE NEW BROADCAST SERIES; SEVENTEEN SERIES RETURN

DTS Returns Freshman Hits ‘Abbott Elementary’ (Co-Production With Warner Bros. TV) and ‘The Wonder Years’ As Well As ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ The Longest Running Medical Series on the Air For Historic Nineteenth Season

Three New Dramas and One New Comedy Make ABC Schedule; 20th Television Lands First Drama On CBS In 12 Years

DTS Produces Three of the Top 10 Broadcast Entertainment Series on the Air Including the No. 1 Dramas On ABC, NBC and FOX in “Grey’s Anatomy,” “This Is Us” and “9-1-1”

‘This Is Us’ Ends Triumphant Six Season Run May 24 As The No. 1 Scripted Broadcast Drama In Every Season in Which It Aired

DTS Brings Projects From Acclaimed Producers Tom McCarthy, David E. Kelley, Matt Nix, Anthony Hemingway, McG, James Cameron, Alexi Hawley, Terence Paul Winter, David Windsor and Casey Johnson and with Prestige Stars Hilary Swank, Gina Rodriguez and Niecy Nash-Betts

Disney Television Studios landed five new network series and returned 17, including four for ABC and its first drama for CBS in 12 years. DTS produced the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7 and three of the season’s Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs. And in L35, DTS produces four of the Top 20 scripted programs on broadcast. “This Is Us” will end its triumphant six season run this month as the top broadcast drama in every year it aired, and “Grey’s Anatomy” will return for an historic nineteenth season as ABC’s No. 1 scripted show. On Fox, the studios’ “9-1-1” remains its No. 1 series and “The Simpsons” returns as the longest-running series in television history for its 34th year on the air.

Ratings highlights:

· DTS produces the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7: “Grey’s Anatomy”/ABC, “9-1-1″/FOX, “This Is Us”/NBC.

· DTS produces three of the Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs on the air including the No. 1 drama in “This Is Us”:

Rank Program P18-49 L7 RTG
#1 THIS IS US 1.5
#2T 911 1.3
#2T CHICAGO PD 1.3
#2T SURVIVOR 1.3
#2T CHICAGO FIRE 1.3
#6T MASKED SINGER, THE 1.2
#6T GREY’S ANATOMY 1.2
#6T LAW AND ORDER:SVU 1.2
#9T CHICAGO MED 1.1
#9T AMERICAN IDOL 1.1
#9T BACHELOR, THE 1.1
#9T DANCING WITH THE STARS 1.1

· In L35, DTS produces four of the Top 20 scripted programs on broadcast including the top three dramas. “This Is Us” (No. 1, 1.8), “911” (No. 2, 1.6), “Grey’s Anatomy” (No. 3T, 1.5),”911: Lone Star” (No. 11T, 1.2).

Source: Nielsen P18-49 Ratings L7 data 09/20/21-05/01/22, L35 09/20/21- 03/27/22. Ranks based on ratings to the tenth.

Disney Television Studios’ new series include “Alaska,” from Academy Award-winner Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”) and starring two time Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank (“Boys Don’t Cry,” “Million Dollar Baby”), a drama about a disgraced reporter who leaves her high-profile New York life to join a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage to find both personal and professional redemption; “The Rookie: Feds,” (co-production with Entertainment One) Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter’s follow up to the successful flagship series, starring Niecy Nash-Betts as the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy; “Not Dead Yet,” from “This is Us” producers David Windsor and Casey Johnson and starring Gina Rodriguez as a broke and newly single woman working to restart the life and career she left behind 10 years ago, this time as an obituary writer; “True Lies,” from writer/executive producer Matt Nix (“Burn Notice”), director/executive producer Anthony Hemingway (“Genius: Aretha”) and executive producers James Cameron (“Avatar,” “True Lies” feature film), Rae Sanchini, McG, Mary Viola, Corey Marsh and Josh Levy, a drama series based on the blockbuster feature film about an unfulfilled suburban housewife who is propelled into a life of danger and adventure when she discovers that her husband is a skilled international spy; and “Avalon,” (co-production with A+E Studios) from creator and executive producer David E. Kelley (“Big Little Lies,” “Big Sky,” “Nine Perfect Strangers”), a mystery series set in the city of Avalon on Catalina Island, where a detective is is pulled into a career-defining mystery that will challenge everything she knows about herself and the island. Dana Calvo, Michael Connelly, Ross Fineman, Barry Jossen and Tana Jamieson are also executive producers.

This upcoming season will mark the returns of breakout and critically acclaimed hits “Abbott Elementary” and “The Wonder Years” as well as long running ABC Signature and 20th Television successes “Grey’s Anatomy,” “9-1-1” “9-1-1: Lonestar,” “A Million Little Things,” “The Resident” “The Good Doctor,” “Big Sky,” “Home Economics,” “The Rookie” and “Station 19.”

DTS’ animation production continues to dominate with returns for 20th Television Animation’s “The Simpsons,” “Family Guy,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Duncanville” and “The Great North” on FOX. “American Dad!” continues its run as TBS’ No. 1 series and additional animated hits include Hulu’s “Solar Opposites” and the upcoming “Koala Man” and Apple TV+’s “Central Park.”

And on the awards front, this year the studios’ content received over 187 award nominations including 42 Emmy(R) nods, 31 NAACP nominations and 18 Critics’ Choice nominations.

DISNEY TELEVISION STUDIOS SERIES ROSTER FOR 2022-2023

NEW SERIES
ALASKA (ABC)
AVALON (CO-PRO WITH A&E) (ABC)
NOT DEAD YET (ABC)
THE ROOKIE: FEDS (CO-PRO WITH EONE) (ABC)
TRUE LIES (CBS)

RETURNING SERIES
9-1-1 (FOX)
9-1-1: LONESTAR (FOX)
ABBOTT ELEMENTARY (CO-PRO WITH WB TV) (ABC)
BIG SKY (ABC)
BOB’S BURGERS (FOX)
DUNCANVILLE (FOX) (CO-PRO WITH UNIVERSAL TV)
FAMILY GUY (FOX)
THE GOOD DOCTOR (CO-PRO WITH SONY) (ABC)
GREY’S ANATOMY (ABC)
THE GREAT NORTH (FOX)
HOME ECONOMICS (CO-PRO WITH LIONSGATE) (ABC)
A MILLION LITTLE THINGS (CO-PRO WITH KAPITAL) (ABC)
THE RESIDENT (FOX)
THE ROOKIE (CO-PRO WITH EONE) (ABC)
THE SIMPSONS (FOX)
STATION 19 (ABC)
THE WONDER YEARS (ABC)