Emmy Awards


George Clooney the crazy prankster, the Oscar-winning actor, the social activist, the generous coworker and the loving father and husband are celebrated when the American Film Institute presents its 46th Life Achievement Award broadcast Thursday June 21 (10-11:30 p.m., TNT).


Live from New York, it's Luke Null!

The 2008 Lakota East High School graduate will be one of three new "featured players" starting Saturday, Sept. 30, when Ryan Gosling hosts the season premiere.


Ken Burns' highly anticipated look back at "The Vietnam War" premieres Sunday, Sept. 17, opposite the annual  Emmy Awards.

PBS devotes 18 hours to the film at 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday for two weeks.

CBS News

Sunday mornings will never be the same.

Charles Osgood is retiring from "CBS Sunday Morning" on Sept. 25.

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

Live from Lawrenceburg, it's me! I'll be doing a Ryan Seacrest imitation Saturday, as one of the backstage interviewers at the 52nd Annual Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards at the Lawrenceburg Event Center.

Awards will be presented Saturday for TV excellence to 346 nominees in 83 categories in the four-state Ohio Valley region which includes Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Lexington and Louisville.

CBS Television

Happy Birthday to "NCIS" star Rocky Carroll, one of the most versatile actors from Cincinnati. Hope you get a long-overdue present on July 14 -- your first Emmy nomination.

Born Roscoe Fulton Carroll here on July 8, 1963, he's best known as NCIS Director Leon Vance.  He's played that role on the CBS drama since 2008, and on two spin-offs, "NCIS: Los Angeles" (10 times) and "NCIS: New Orleans" (three times).