CBS has given early renewal to eighteen shows (including the previously announced renewals for The Big Bang Theory and NCIS).
The pickups include the #1 scripted program/comedy (BBT); the #1 drama (NCIS); the #1 new comedy (Kevin Can Wait), and the #1 newsmagazine (60 Minutes).
Including Kevin Can Wait, the network has renewed five freshman series: Bull, Kevin Can Wait, MacGyver, Man With a Plan and Superior Donuts.
Continue reading CBS Hands Early Renewal To 18 Shows!
Gary Glasberg, executive producer and showrunner of NCIS and executive producer and creator of NCIS: New Orleans has died at the age of 50.
His legacy includes taking NCIS to the top of the ratings – in America and worldwide – for television drama for five consecutive years.
Continue reading Gary Glasberg, Executive Producer of NCIS & NCIS: New Orleans Dead at 50!
CBS has announced the renewal of eleven more shows – including the two NCIS spinoffs (NCIS had already been renewed), Scorpion and Elementary.
Conspicuous in its absence is first year series Supergirl. For the full list of renewals, follow the jump.
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The second season of NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Tuesdays, 9/8C) gets underway with a bang when a convoy transporting a missile is bombed on a New Orleans bridge, killing two young marines.
Continue reading NCIS: New Orleans – Sic Semper Tyranis!
CBS’ Hawaii Five-0, CSI: Cyber and Survivor will all get two hour season finales, while new comedy series The Odd Couple will have a one-hour sign-off for its first season.
The network begins the wrap-up o the 2014-15 season with the April 20th first season finale of Scorpion and concludes the season with the May 24th season finale of mid-season series Battle Creek.
For a complete list of CBS season finales – dates and times – follow the jump.
Continue reading CBS Announces 2014-15 Season Finales – Supersizes Four!
CBS’ rookie dramas – NCIS: New Orleans, Madam Secretary and Scorpion – represent the top three new dramas in the ratings. Which may be why the network has announced that they have all been renewed.
For details, follow the jump.
Continue reading CBS Renews Trio of Highly Rated Rookie Shows!
All four of CBS’ new shows – Madam Secretary, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion and Stalker – were given full season orders today.
NCIS:NOLA and Scorpion are the season’s highest-rated new series; Madam Secretary is Sunday’s top-rated scripted series, and Stalker wins its time period in total viewers and key demographics.
For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading New Shows Go Four for Four as CBS Gives Out Full Season Orders!
When someone Pride knows is murdered, it gets personal; meanwhile Brody needs a permanent address and LaSalle has a friend who might be able to help on the series premiere of NCIS: New Orleans (CBS, Tuesdays, 9/8C), Musician Heal Thyself.
The series debuts as a colorful, satisfying variation on a familiar theme.
Continue reading NCIS: New Orleans Swings Like I Knew It Would!
Get your first look at CBS’ five new fall series – Madam Secretary, The McCarthys, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion and Stalker (pictured) – on CBS Fall Preview, hosted by the voice of CBS Sports and Thursday Night Football’s play-by-play announcer, Jim Nantz. The half-hour special airs Monday, September 1st (8:30/9:30C) – and will be available On Demand on TV across a number of platforms. For further details, follow the jump.
Continue reading CBS’ Fall Preview Special To Air September 1st!
CBS has released trailers for their new summer and fall shows into the ether. Check them out after the jump.
Continue reading First Look Trailers: CBS’ New Shows for 2014-15!