Toasts and hugs all around for a familiar face who succeeds Julie Chen on the CBS chat show.
Several women have accused Moonves of sexual misconduct.
The co-host will address her departure in a video message on Tuesday's episode.
CBS announced Sunday that CEO Moonves was stepping down amid multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
Co-host Julie Chen, who is Moonves' wife, did not appear on Monday's show.
Moonves is stepping down as chairman and CEO of CBS after a fresh range of allegations were revealed in The New Yorker.
Who Do You Think You Are?, the popular celebrity roots show, is finally back on Sunday, March 8th at 10/9c on TLC. Kicking off the season is Julie Chen who ventures to China (a first for the series) and rediscovers the grandfather she thought she knew.
It won't be long until genealogy fans and history buffs can get another hit of watching celebrities time travel to their
While the towering six-foot-tall comedian says this is only one of many connections to the LGBT community, she admits it was personal prejudices faced in her interracial relationship that cemented her commitment to marriage equality.
"I wish I would've had more confidence right after graduation," said Chen. "Be more confident. Dress up -- not down -- when going in for interviews, speak firmly and watch your posture. You've got to look like you belong in the No. 1 newsroom."
"It was fucking picture!" McHale told Conan O'Brien. "Conan" airs weeknights at 11:00 p.m. ET on TBS. No "Soup" host for
This week, I got the chance to have a laugh out loud conversation with three hosts of one of daytime's hottest shows, The Talk. Julie Chen, Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood seem to be having just as much fun together on camera as well as off.
Speaking to "Extra" later in the day, Chen upped the stakes. It wasn't raging when "Talk" host Julie Chen warned the rival
Julie Chen responded forcefully on Monday's "The Talk" to critics of her decision to get plastic surgery on her eyes.