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Garth Brooks ‘Live at Notre Dame!’ on CBS

Country legend Garth Brooks added another first to his storied career when he took the stage at Notre Dame Stadium in October for the first ever live concert at the university’s 88-year-old famous football field. The sold-out event was captured for the CBS special Garth: Live at Notre Dame! airing Sunday, Dec. 2 at 8pm. Despite cold and wet weather, nothing could dampen the enthusiasm of over 84,000 fans filling the historic stadium. Brooks was playful at the press conference prior to the concert and laughed as he teased the Fighting Irish locals: “I’m going to work you like a rented […]

Comedy

‘The Neighborhood’ Makes a Welcome Addition to Fall Lineup

CBS’s new comedy The Neighborhood (beginning Monday, Oct. 1 at 8/7c) is a lighthearted comedy that pokes fun at race relations. The series is executive produced by and stars Cedric the Entertainer as Calvin Butler, a family man who is very proud of his predominately black L.A. community and who is completely taken off guard by the sudden arrival of his new white neighbors — Dave Johnson, played by Max Greenfield (New Girl); his wife Gemma, played by Beth Behrs (2 Broke Girls) and their young son Grover, played by Hank Greenspan (13 Reasons Why). The Johnsons soon realize fitting […]

Steven Schirripa
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7 Questions With Steven Schirripa of CBS’ “Blue Bloods”

Whether playing a mobster as he did on The Sopranos or a cop as he does on CBS’ Blue Bloods, Steve Schiripa gives off a vibe of a guy who gets the job done with a minimal amount of nonsense. Schirripa continued to work in Las Vegas as the entertainment director at the Riviera Hotel even during his first year on the hit HBO mob drama. He reflects on his acting career taking off at the age of 40 and answers our “7 Questions.” What were a few of your first jobs before you got into acting? I was an […]