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Animal expert Brandon Mcmillan, host and animal trainer of the show "Lucky Dog" picks up a dog at an animal shelter. McMillan swoops into animal shelters across the U.S., rescuing untrained and unadoptable dogs. Then, back at his training facility known as the Lucky Dog Ranch, he trains them…
Dr. Rachael Ross of Gary, Ind. is now a permanent host and panel member of TV's "The Doctors" Syndicated Show.
Boomer Esiason Is The Newest Celebrity To Be Honored By The Friars Club's Roast. The Roast Is Slated For Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014.
Boomer Esiason is the newest celebrity to be honored by the Friars Club's Roast. The Roast is slated for Thursday, Jan. 30, 2014.
"The Beverly Hillbillies" CBS TV show opening title credits are known to all, since the series ran for nine seasons from 1962 to 1971.
Dinah Shore, center, with Guests, left, Dolores Hope, Bob Hope, Jim Nabors and Phyllis Diller on "Dinah!" January 1975
Dinah Shore, center, is joined by friends Dolores and Bob Hope, left Jim Nabors and Phyllis Diller as guests during the first season of her talk show "Dinah!" for this episode aired Jan. 21, 1975.
A French bistro scene from the "Paris at Last" episode of "I Love Lucy" from 1956 features Lucille Ball's funny encounter with "escargot."
In this photo provided by CBS, the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane hoists the Conn Smythe Trophy as “Late Show” host David Letterman places the Stanley Cup down on his desk, Wednesday on the set of the “Late Show with David Letterman" in New York.
Caroll O'Connor as Archie Bunker in TV's "All in the Family"
Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones talks with Ed Sullivan as Keith Richards looks on while on the set of 'The Ed Sullivan Show'
Ed Sullivan talks with British rock and roll singer Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones on the set of "The Ed Sullivan Show," in New York City in this Sept. 11, 1966 archive photo, which also captures Jagger's bandmate Keith Richards watching with arms crossed above his guitar.
Actress Jane Wyman played scheming Angela Channing for six seasons, until 1990, on the popular CBS soap opera "Falcon Crest."
TV mom Cloris Leachman with co-stars Jon Provost and Lassie in 1957.
The hit Norman Lear TV sitcom "Good Times" aired on CBS from 1974 to 1979 and starred John Amos (front and center) as the father and Esther Rolle (back row, right) as the mother of a family living in Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing project.
Identical twin actors Conrad (left) and Bonar Bain appeared on the CBS sitcom "Maude" playing twin brothers, prior to Conrad's starring role as wealthy Mr. Drummond on "Diff'rent Strokes" on NBC in the 1980s.
The Victoria home featured for exterior shots as address of Mary Tyler Moore's character on her namesake CBS series is once again for sale.
Bradley Cooper, right, and Zoë Saldana in a scene from "The Words."
The surviving cast of "Lost in Space," the popular 1960s TV series, will reunite in Chicago for fans Sept. 8 and 9, 2012.
Tim Conway (right), in the guise of his "little old man" character as a butcher, torments a frustrated customer, played by Harvey Korman, as his necktie gets caught in a meat grinder. The 1976 sketch aired on "The Carol Burnett Show."
In this photo provided by CBS, from left, Kyla Ross, Jordyn Wieber, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas, members of the United States women's Olympic gymnastics gold medal-winning team, join television show host David Letterman on the set of the 'Late Show with David Letterman' on…
David Krumholtz, left, stars as Joe, a newly-engaged, accomplished architect and Michael Urie stars as Louis, Joe's gay co- worker and best friend in a scene from 'Partners,' a comedy premiering Sept. 24 on CBS.
Andy Griffith with Danny Thomas and Marjorie Lord in a 1960 episode of 'Make Room for Daddy.'
Don Grady, center, surrounded by fellow "My Three Sons" cast members: clockwise from top right, William Demarest, Barry Livingston, Stanley Livingston and Fred MacMurray
In "Cronkite," a biography by Douglas Brinkley, the CBS Newsman emerges as the intrepid newshound upon whom was thrust the unsought mantle of "most trusted man in America" and who never betrayed that public trust.
Richard Dawson, bottom row center, matches wits with fellow "Match Game" panelists Dolly Martin, Betty White, Allen Ludden, Brett Somers and Charles Nelson Reilly and host Gene Rayburn.
Every Wednesday, dog guru Justin Silver, host of the new show 'Dogs in the City,' will try to help New York City hounds and humans tackle unsettling problems like joint custody after divorce or dealing with significant others who just moved in.
Gladys Knight, coming to Star Plaza Theatre June 2, appeared with her Pips on the final episode of Ed Sullivan's famous variety show in 1971. However, at the time, like Sullivan, she had no idea she was on the series' final episode since CBS executives had not even informed the show's famous…
Comedienne Lucille Ball, as her memorable Lucy Ricardo character, purchased 500 energetic baby chicks in cardboard crates, which ran amok in her country house in the 1957 "I Love Lucy" episode "Lucy Raises Chickens."
In this May 18 file publicity image released by CBS, the cast of 'Two and a Half Men,' from left, Jon Cryer, Ashton Kutcher, and Angus T. Jones are shown during their presentation at CBS' Upfront at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Promotion and ratings for CBS prime-time soap hit "Dallas" reached all-time highs after a cliffhanger had viewers guessing "Who shot J.R.?" the bad-guy character played by actor Larry Hagman.
Comedienne Joan Rivers, who guest starred on Lucille Ball's series "Here's Lucy" in 1973, will honor her late, funny friend by headlining at a comedy festival this week celebrating Ball's 100th birthday in her hometown of Jamestown, NY.
Actresses Irene Ryan and Donna Douglas, in character as Granny and Elly May Clampett from CBS's "The Beverly Hillibillies" are shown in 1969 with Shad Heller, the blacksmith at Silver Dollar City during a TV location shoot at the Branson, Missouri theme park.
Comedienne Carol Burnett is returning to daytime television this fall for guest appearance on her favorite soap opera on ABC "All My Children" to say farewell to the canceled series.
Alex O'Loughlin plays Detective Steve McGarrett, left, and Scott Caan plays Detective Danny “Danno" Williams in 'Hawaii Five-O.'
Donnie Wahlberg is shown in a scene from the police drama 'Blue Bloods.'
Jackie "Moms" Mabley was a comedy mainstay on popular TV talk shows and variety shows of the 1970s, but unfortunately only became a household name for just a few years prior to her death at age 81 in 1975.
Lady Gaga, left, appears with Late Show host David Letterman as they react to a television monitor showing fans lining New York's 53rd street during taping of the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday.
From left, Charlie Sheen, Angus T. Jones and Conchata Ferrell are shown during the taping of "Two and a Half Men," in Los Angeles.
Jason Statham srats in "The Mechanic."
Rescued Chilean miner Edison Pena, left, busts his best Elvis moves for David Letterman on the set of the "Late Show with David Letterman," in this Nov. 4 file photo. Pena, who listened to Elvis tunes as he ran in the 2010 New York City Marathon, willl visit Graceland today in honor of the K…
News personality Mariette Hartley is shown in her autographed promotional photo released by CBS in 1982 to tout her return to morning television hosting duties. The following year, she was replaced by Harry Smith, who hails from Lansing, Ill.
TV MARRIAGE -- Actor Frank Runyeon is pictured with his TV wife played by actress Meg Ryan in a 1984 publicity photo during his years on the popular CBS soap "As the World Turns."
Megan Glaros, of Dyer, has joined the WBBM Channel 2 CBS morning news team as the on air meteorologist. (Image Courtesy of CBS Channel 2 WBBM / NOT for sale via The Times or NWI.com)
FATHER FIGURE - - Actor Harold Gould is shown In this 1986 file photo originally released by CBS for the TV film "Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry." (AP Photo/CBS, file)
No doubt a hefty portion of the $790 billion Americans owe on their credit cards was paid to airlines and hotels as families relied on plastic to make their vacation dreams a reality.
NEW YORK | Filing your taxes via the Internet just got a little easier.
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NEW YORK | Valentine's Day is fast approaching and, as unromantic as it may sound, your relationship may benefit from some money talk.
WASHINGTON -- Consumers received a nice holiday gift in phone-number "portability," but it's a stocking full of coal for most carriers and their investors.
Being big, wealthy and centrally located are no longer the only criteria by which cities are winning the competition for global capital and international real estate investment.
When it comes to popular investment books these days, the messenger is the message.
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