CBS News Sunday Morning(1979 - Current)
This newsmagazine television program from CBS News that has been airing on Sunday Morning since it premiered on January 28, 1979. The original host of the program was Charles Kuralt, who created it, and Charles Osgood had been hosting the program since 1994.
CBS Movie(1983 - 1993)
The television network of CBS always had movie specials that would air on a certian night of the week. Movies from all genres like comedy, drama, action, science fiction, fantasy, horror, musicals, vintage/classics, and family/childrens movies. Such movies that were high-ratings that did air on...
CBS Morning News(1982 - Current)
This American early weekday morning television news program is produced by CBS News. The program debut on October 4, 1982 under the title ''CBS Early Morning News.'' Bill Kurtis and Diane Sawyer were the original anchor team for the program from 1982 to 1984, then Kuris co-anchor the program along...
CBS Late Night(1985 - 1993)
The CBS Late Movie(1972 - 1985)
The CBS Late Movie is a CBS television series (later known as CBS Late Night) from the 1970s and 1980s, that ran in most American television markets from 11:30 p.m. until 2:30 a.m. or later, on weeknights. A single announcer (in the early years, CBS staff announcer Norm Stevens) voiced the introduct...
CBS Evening News(1963 - Current)
CBS's nightly news program. Perhaps it's best-known anchor was Walter Cronkite from 1963 to 1981. It was later hosted by Dan Rather from 1981 to 2005 with Connie Chung as co-anchor from 1993-1995, and Katie Couric from 2005 to 2011. Scott Pelley is current host.
The CBS Cartoon Theater(1956 - 1956)
CBS TV Network Wednesday nights 6/13/1956 to 9/5/1956 Host/Performer/Narrator:Dick Van Dyke. "Terrytoons"Cartoon characters:"Heckle & Jeckle","Gandy Goose","Little Roquefort,"Dinky Duck".
C Bear and Jamal(1996 - 1997)
Jamal got into adventures with his talking hip hop teddy bear C Bear
The Cavanaughs(1986 - 1989)
Catweazle(1970 - 1970)
Catweazle was a British television series in 1970, created and written by Richard Carpenter and produced by London Weekend Television under the LWI (London Weekend International) banner, and screened in the UK on ITV. There were two seasons with 13 episodes of 25 minutes each. The series was imme...