From The Hollywood Reporter:
“CBS has formalized its summer lineup, spreading scripted originals Under the Dome, Extant and Zoo across the week as the network continues its push for year-round programming. Repeats of Elementary and Chuck Lorre comedy Mom are also expected to join the schedule, though scheduling has not yet been determined…”
— Marg Helgenberger (@MargHelgen) February 27, 2015
“Dome, based on Stephen King’s novel, will move to Thursdays beginning June 25 with a two-hour premiere from 9-11 p.m. before moving to its regular slot at 10 p.m. Thursday, July 2, after Big Brother, giving Dome the network’s best summer lead-in.”
“The third season of the drama from showrunner Neal Baer will see Emmy winner Marg Helgenberger board in an extended guest role starting in the season premiere. Details on Helgenberger’s role were not immediately available but the casting brings the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Intelligence alum back to the network. The series was last summer’s most-watched (11.3 million viewers) and highest-rated scripted entry among adults 18-49 (2.8).”
From Entertainment Weekly:
Hulu has acquired exclusive subscription video on demand rights to every previous season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, the company announced Friday.
The multi-year agreement will allow Hulu subscribers to stream over 300 episodes of the CBS crime procedural and will be the only subscription streaming service where viewers can do so.
Hulu plans to add full libraries of past seasons of CSI ahead of future series premieres. Hulu will also soon become the home to all previous seasons of the CBS crime drama Elementary.
The deal marks the first time that CSI has ever been licensed to a subscription video on demand service.
“The original series from the most successful franchise in television history has been licensed to the SVOD market for the first time,” Scott Koondel, Chief Corporate Content Licensing Officer for CBS Corporation, said in a statement. “This agreement and previous deals with our partners at Hulu further validates how well CBS procedural dramas perform on subscription services. And, at a time when the CBS Television Network is getting ready to premiere the next generation of the CSI franchise with CSI: Cyber, it’s very exciting to make available all 14 seasons of the show that started it all to Hulu subscribers and CSI’s passionate fan base.”
All CSI episodes will be available for streaming on Hulu Plus beginning in early April.
Here is a video montage of red carpet footage and celebrity interviews from the Hollywood Stands Up to Cancer event that took place on January 28, 2015. You can find Marg on the red carpet at the 1:03 mark and her interview begins at the 4:09 mark. In the interview, she talks about being an ambassador for Stand Up to Cancer and about how she stands up for her mom, a 35-year breast cancer survivor and for her sister who battled ovarian cancer. Thanks so much to Isa for the head’s up about the video.
You can also view photos from the event HERE.
Credit: Entertainment Wire
Last night Marg attended the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer event presented by the Entertainment Industry Foundation at the Book Bindery in Culver City, CA. Here are a few photos from the red carpet:
— Marg Helgenberger (@MargHelgen) January 29, 2015