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    CBS' United States of Al has some news for fans of the show. Let's take a look at what's in store for the TV sitcom... 2CBS' United States of Al has been canceled and will not be renewed for a third season Was United States of Al canceled by CBS? United States of Al will not be returning for a third season. According to Deadline, the Chuck Lorre-produced show has been canceled by the network. United States of Al first debuted in April of 2021. Rotten Tomatoes has given the sitcom a 31 percent average on the Tomatometer, even though it has an audience score of 62 percent. Read More on The US SunAXED The reason why Will Smith's Roku series This Joka was cancelled revealedCLASS DISMISSED What you need to know about the Saved by the Bell reboot Who stars in United States of Al? David Goetsch and Maria Ferrari created a show about a friendship between a Marine combat veteran and an interpreter who served in Afghanistan and how they both have to...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson slammed CBS News Radio’s Steven Portnoy on Thursday for his question to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki about why the United States and its NATO allies can’t militarily attack Russia over its actions in the Kyiv suburb of Bucha. “Why shouldn’t the images from the atrocities from Bucha compel a worldwide unified coalition kinetic response,” asked Portnoy on Tuesday. “You mean a military war,” asked Psaki. “Tell me more about what you mean.” “Sure,” replied Portnoy. “A military response led by the United States and the international partners.” “As in bringing military troops on the ground from the United States and NATO,” asked Psaki. “Well, the president described ‘outrageous’ things. You’ve called them atrocities,” said Portnoy. “You’ve said perhaps we should brace ourselves for worse.” “Why not?” he said. Psaki responded: I think what the president’s objective is and his responsibility is to make decisions that are in the interest of the United States and the national security of the United States and the American people and not to go to war with Russia. It’s to...
    In a stunning moment during Tuesday’s White House press briefing a CBS News reporter all but urged the White House to declare war on Russia in response to the war crimes the world has now seen in Bucha, Ukraine, and other parts of the country Vladimir Putin has waged an illegal war against. CBS News correspondent Steven Portnoy asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, “why shouldn’t the images of the atrocities for Bucha compel a worldwide unified coalition kinetic response?” Somewhat stunned, Psaki appeared to respond as if she might not have correctly understood what Portnoy seemed to be asking. “Do you mean a military war? Tell me more about what you mean,” she said, offering him the opportunity to correct his remarks. “Sure,” Portnoy responded confidently. “A military response led by the United States and the international partners.” “As in bringing military troops on the ground from the United States and NATO?” she said, confirming the worst. “Well,” said Portnoy, who is also the head of the White House Correspondents’ Association. “The President’s described outrageous things you call...
    CBS Mornings co-host Tony Dokoupil said on Tuesday that it’s “deeply worrying” after a guest argued that the 2024 election will be seen as “illegitimate” if the Democrats lose in 2022. Prominent foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer appeared on the show to discuss his top three global risks in 2022. One of those risks in the list, which was published by Eurasia Group (of which he is the founder and president), is the 2022 midterm elections. He said: This is the most important midterm election in American history. we have Jan. 6 coming up in just a day and, as you know, since the profoundly challenged elections of 2020, no lessons have been learned at all in the United States. The country is much more divided and a large number of Americans, some 64 percent in an NPR poll yesterday said they thought the United States democracy was in crisis. Unlike countries like Japan and Germany and Canada in the last few months have had very successful elections, the United States has an election process that is increasingly broken, increasingly...
    (CBS) – United States Of Al returns for its second season on CBS tonight with the episode “Promises/Wadaha.” Al, Riley, Art, Lizzie and Vanessa work together against a ticking clock to get Al’s sister out of Afghanistan and to safety after Kabul falls. Tonight’s season premiere is inspired by the actual experiences of the Afghan and military veteran writers on the series who worked together to evacuate family members during the takeover of Afghanistan. Check out the video above for a preview of what’s to come and tune in for an all-new season of United States Of Al tonight at 8:30PM ET/PT on CBS or available to stream with Paramount+. Check your local listings for more information.
    CBS News correspondent Christina Ruffini and State Department spokesperson Ned Price sparred amid the news on Thursday that the United States is sending 3,000 troops to Afghanistan to help evacuate U.S. Embassy personnel and other Americans from that country. Additionally, the United States will send 3,500 troops to Kuwait to be on standby. These developments come as the Taliban has taken over 12 of Afghanistan’s 34 provincial capitals amid the United States withdrawing its troops from the country by Aug. 31 after almost 20 years of war there following 9/11. “I respect you and we all know you have a job to do,” said Ruffini. “But there is no way you can sit there and say that the people of Afghanistan watching the Taliban take over provinces, watching their country crumble are now going to watch American diplomats get on military planes and leave the country that that sends a signal that the U.S. is with them in the long haul diplomatically.” “Look at what we’ve been doing. Look at the investment we have made in Afghanistan. Look at...
    (CBS) – Marine veteran Riley, home at last after serving in Afghanistan, is happily reunited with his friend Awalmir, who goes by Al, the interpreter with his unit, after a long struggle to get him a visa to travel to the United States from Afghanistan, on the series premiere of United States Of Al coming to CBS and streaming on Paramount+ Thursday, April 1st at 8:30 PM, ET/PT. Riley (Young), a marine combat veteran, is struggling to adjust to civilian life in Ohio and the interpreter, Al (Kalyan), who served with his unit in Afghanistan, has just arrived to start a new life in America. Dean Norris stars as Art, Riley’s father; Elizabeth Alderfer stars as Lizzie, Riley’s sister; Kelli Goss stars as Vanessa, Riley’s ex-wife and Farrah Mackenzie stars as Hazel, Riley and Vanessa’s daughter. Tune in Thursday at 8:30 for the series premiere of United States Of Al, only on CBS. Check your local listings for more information.