There's good news for fans of CBS late night. David Letterman and Craig Ferguson have both signed contract extensions and will be on the network through 2014.In a statement, CBS Entertainment head Nina Tassler says, "David Letterman is a late night legend more
Craig Ferguson is very likely staying put at CBS. The Late Late Show host is nearing a new deal to remain with the network through 2014. As part of the pact, Ferguson's 12:35 a.m. show, which launched in early 2005, will move to a bigge more
Valerie Bertinelli may be a good girl, but that's hard to maintain when you go on 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS). Craig Ferguson is very, very bad and he likes to bring out the bad in all of his guests.
So when Bertinelli suggested more
New star of 'The Office' James Spader dropped by 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS) and was offered a strange choice by host Craig Ferguson .
Ferguson said Spader could end their chat with one of the following: "a mouth organ, awkward more
William Shatner is 80 years old and a legend. He's so iconic, he's surpassed any of the famous characters he's played and become a character himself. That pretty much means he gets to do anything he wants, which is exactly what happened on 'The Late Late more
Kal Penn left Hollywood two years ago to get involved in politics, and wound up working within the Obama administration. Now he's back and looking forward to a role on 'How I Met Your Mother.' So he went to 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on more
Don't blame Craig Ferguson. It's not his fault that physics works the way it does, or that he got an easy set-up from Sharon Osbourne on 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS). Ferguson was on the show talking about his recent trip to Paris for 'The Lat more