The programming peeps at CBS Daytime must subscribe to the same motto I do — if it don't make dollars, it don't make sense! Next week on The Price is Right, Let's Make a Deal and The Talk, loads of cash and high-dollar prizes will be handed out.
TPIR contestants will have the chance to win up to $500,000 playing the popular game "Plinko", the week of April 22-26. A whopping $250,000 will be at stake during play of "Punch A Bunch"; while the "Grande Game" will be worth $100,000. Additionally, one contestant will be able to play "3 Strikes" for a brand new Ferrari! READ MORE
Mrs. O is about to go from the coffee table to the witness stand! Sharon Osbourne confirmed on CBS Daytime's The Talk she has been contacted to testify in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial.
After revealing she has pertinent information concerning Katherine Jackson's multi-billion dollar lawsuit against concert promoter AEG, earlier this week on The Talk, Osbourne was reportedly contacted by the attorney for the musical dynasty's matriarch. Watch Osbourne discuss the bombshell with her co-hosts after the jump!
Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler have reason to celebrate this Thursday afternoon. The ratings are in for the first quarter of 2013, and The Talk pulled in its largest-ever first quarter audience, according to Nielsen. READ MORE
It's always a good time when Blake Shelton is in the house. Country music's baddest boy visited the ladies of The Talk on Wednesday to plug the ACM Awards, and found himself being offered booze by Julie Chen!
Of course, he did tweet them asking for vodka beforehand. Watch clips from Shelton's appearance on The Talk after the jump!
A celebrity ex-wife and author believes her idea for a mommy-centric talk show was stolen and turned into CBS Daytime's The Talk. Angela Wilder, ex-wife of Los Angeles Lakers player James Worthy, is suing CBS, Relativity and Sony, claiming they lifted her pitch for a talk show entitled The Mother's Hood to create The Talk.
According to Wilder's suit, she pitched her idea to Sony TV's Holly Jacobs in late 2008. The suit goes on to allege Jacobs rejected the pitch from the Powerful Mate Syndrome scribe, stating:
"Stay-at-home mothers are a depressed group of people who would have absolutely no interest in watching a show about their own depressing lives." READ MORE