via press release:
SCOTT PELLEY INTERVIEWS JOHN KERRY, STEVE KROFT REPORTS ON SCHIZOPHRENIA
AND NORAH O’DONNELL INTERVIEWS BILL O’REILLY ON HIS BOOK “KILLING JESUS, ”
ON THE 46TH SEASON PREMIERE OF “ ,” SUNDAY, SEPT. 29
New Season Brings a Completely Redesigned App Updated with
50 More Archival Stories from America’s #1 News Program
For a record 46th time, television’s longest-running primetime program will make its season debut. ’ timely lineup features an interview with Secretary of State John Kerry as he deals with terrorism, chemical weapons in Syria and a potential relationship with a new Iranian president; Steve Kroft’s report on schizophrenia, the confounding and sometimes violent illness of which the Washington Navy Yard shooter showed symptoms; and a Norah O’Donnell interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly about Killing Jesus, his latest bid for another blockbuster book. The 46th Season Premiere of will be broadcast Sunday, Sept. 29 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Online, 60 MINUTES OVERTIME will offer new, original Web exclusives that take viewers behind the scenes of these three premiere stories. All season, 60MinutesOvertime.com will feature moments and footage not seen on the broadcast and shares the perspectives of correspondents and producers, inviting viewers backstage each week.
The award-winning 60 MINUTES app for iPad, iPhone and iPod has been completely redesigned this season. One of the top-rated news apps in the iTunes App Store, it offers all of the video segments and stories from each week's program along with an extensive video archive and 60 MINUTES OVERTIME content. New features will include:
Another 50+ "Classic" 60 MINUTES segments reprising newsmakers and events from the show's 45 years, plus entertainers Jonathan Winters, Robin Williams and Howard Stern
New "Browse by Decade" section for previous stories
Bookmarking feature allowing segments to be easily retrieved for future viewing
Last season, 60 MINUTES drew an average of more than 12.4 million viewers each Sunday and was the most-watched news program on television, regularly making Nielsen's Top 10 list. The broadcast was awarded five Emmy and two Peabody awards.