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CBS is spreading the love for the 2012-2013 TV season and making some moves.

Next season, "Two And A Half Men" will follow the network's No. 1 comedy "The Big Bang Theory" on Thursday nights and "The Mentalist" is heading to Sundays, airing after "The Good Wife."

CBS picked up six new series for the 2012-2013 TV season: four new dramas -- Sherlock Holmes-centric "Elementary," "Vegas" with Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis, legal drama "Made in Jersey" and cop drama "Golden Boy" -- and two new comedies -- "Partners," a bromantic comedy, and L.A.-set "Friend Me." CBS added one new show to each weeknight (save Wednesday).

"These new series feature a great range of bold concepts, rich characters, big stars and fresh faces," CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler said in a statement. “From a new take on Sherlock Holmes to an epic battle for control of 1960s Las »

- Jaimie Etkin

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