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Last season, CBS tried to establish new shows but almost all of them were cancelled due to low ratings. No new dramas survived and only two sitcoms did. Which shows will be cancelled or renewed this time? We'll have wait and see.
CBS shows this season (so far): 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Amazing Race, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Criminal Minds, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Elementary, The Good Wife, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary, The McCarthys, The Mentalist, Mike & Molly, The Millers, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, Person of Interest, Scorpion, Stalker, Survivor, Two and a Half Men, and Undercover Boss.
There's lots of data that CBS looks at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are typically the biggest piece. Here's how the network's shows are doing so far. »
CBS on Friday night ordered another two drama pilots, each with interesting pedigrees.
Having already made a production commitment to the project, CBS officially greenlit a pilot for Sneaky Pete, which is being written and exec-produced by House creator David Shore and Breaking Bad Emmy winner Bryan Cranston.
The series follows a thirtysomething con man who upon leaving prison assumes the identity of a cellmate and then hides from debtors by toiling for his “new” family’s bail bond business. There, he uses his prowess to take down bad guys worse than himself, all while his pretty “cousin” grows suspicious of his motives. »
From Breaking Bad to busting baddos? Anna Gunn - who won two Emmys for playing Walter White's wife Skyler on Breaking Bad - is headed to CBS to play a legal eagle in a possible Criminal Minds spinoff. Gunn is set to star opposite Gary Sinise (CSI: New York) in a backdoor pilot about an FBI team that handles cases involving Americans overseas.Gunn will play Ally Lambert, an expert on international law who speaks several languages. She's on the same team as Jack Garrett (Sinise), a 20-year veteran. The backdoor pilot will air as a spring episode of Criminal Minds and, »
- lynette rice, @lynetterice
Although Kitty didn’t kill her tormentor Del Gruner (guest star Stuart Townsend) after capturing him, she did leave him badly scarred. Captain Gregson made it clear that he would have to track down the culprit of the crime, even if it was a name he knew, leaving Kitty no choice but to flee New York City.
“Do you know what I haven’t said to anyone in a really long time? I love you. Isn’t that the saddest thing? »
After winning two Emmys for her work on AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and a turn on Fox’s cancelled “Gracepoint,” Anna Gunn has landed the female lead in CBS’s “Criminal Minds” spinoff pilot, according to media reports.
Currently set to air as an episode in the parent series, Gunn joins Gary Sinise on an FBI team that’s been put together to help Americans who find themselves in trouble abroad.
Gunn portrays Ally Lambert, an expert in international law and multiple languages. Sinise stars as Jack Garrett, a »
- Jason Hughes
The two-time Emmy winner will star opposite Gary Sinise (CSI: NY) and Tyler James Williams (The Walking Dead) as Ally Lambert, an international law expert and talented linguist. An indispensable part of the Bau team, she makes sure that bad guys worldwide don’t slip through the murky waters of international law.
Gunn will co-star opposite Gary Sinise as the female lead in the potential series, which will follow an FBI division that helps American citizens in trouble abroad.
Gunn will play Ally Lambert, an international law expert and talented linguist who’s an indispensable part of the FBI team that handles cases involving U.S. citizens overseas.
Sinise’s casting was announced earlier this month. He’ll play Jack Garrett, a 20-year veteran of the bureau.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Anna Gunn has found her follow-up to Fox's Gracepoint and Breaking Bad. The two-time Emmy winner has booked the female lead in CBS' Criminal Minds spinoff, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The spinoff is currently set as a pilot that will shoot in mid-February and air as a planted episode in the flagship series at a later date. It focuses on the division of the FBI that helps American citizens who find themselves in trouble abroad. Read more TV Pilots 2015: The Complete Guide Gary Sinise stars as Jack Garrett, a 20-year veteran of the bureau who
- Lesley Goldberg
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 ratings -- New episodes: The Mentalist, Criminal Minds, Stalker, The 100, Arrow, American Idol, and Empire. Reruns: The Middle, The Goldbergs, Modern Family, Black-ish, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Chicago Pd, and The Mysteries of Laura.
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Last night, CBS dropped the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 14 of season 10, and it gives us new looks at some very dramatic and dangerous action as Derek and company get hit up with an exploding bomb from their latest, whacked out UnSub, and more! The episode is labeled, "Hero Worship." In the new,14th episode official synopsis: An explosion in Indianapolis will have the Bau searching for the UnSub before more bombings occur. Synopsis number 2: When an Indianapolis coffee shop is blown up and a hero emerges from the wreckage, the Bau is going to try to protect that person and his family while searching for the UnSub before more incidents occur. The episode was written by Rick Dunkle, and it was directed by Larry Teng. Episode 14 is scheduled to air on Wednesday night, February 4th at 8pm central time on CBS. »
- Andre Braddox
Fox’s “Empire” rose in viewers yet again in its fourth week, averaging 11.3 million on Wednesday night.
In the key demo, the soap opera remained flat week-to-week with a strong 4.3 rating/12 share. Both were highs on the night.
As a result, Fox was first in ratings with a 3.6 rating/11 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and first in viewers with an average of 11.2 million, according to preliminary numbers. Before “Empire,” “American Idol” at 8 p.m. received a 2.9/9 and 11 million viewers.
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CBS was second »
- Tony Maglio
Fox’s Empire this Wednesday night drew 11.3 million total viewers and a 4.3 rating, rising for a third straight week in audience while thus far matching last week’s preliminary demo number.
The already renewed freshman hit’s demo rating last week ticked up to a 4.4 in finals; we will of course keep you updated on how Episode 4 nets out.
In the meantime, I was in the mood to make a chart, so:
Opening Fox’s night, American Idol (11 mil/2.9) slipped 7 and 16 percent week-to-week.
CBS | The Mentalist (9.1 mil/1.3) dipped 5 percent and two tenths, while Criminal Minds (10.6 mil/2.1) and Stalker (8.4 mil »
Supergirl‘s version of Jimmy is described as a smart, worldly photographer for CatCo, the media company where Kara — played by Glee‘s Melissa Benoist — works. He has recently been living and working in National City, though the reason is still a secret, and his salt-of-the-earth nature quickly piques Kara’s interest.
Other Supergirl roles still to be »
Cole last appeared on the acclaimed CBS drama in November 2013, shortly after his character, Kurt McVeigh, tied the knot with Christine Baranski’s Diane Lockhart.
How has that marriage withstood all the workplace drama Diane has weathered since? Find out when Cole puts in his first appearance in a March episode.
The Good Wife resumes Season 6 on Sunday, March 1.
Criminal Minds pays tribute to the Bau's early days -- and to the show's early days and one of the original profilers -- in season 10 episode 12, "Nelson's Sparrow," as flashbacks show the unit when it wasn't even the Bau yet. Back then, in 1978, Jason Gideon and David Rossi were just two of three agents in the Bsu (the Behavioral Science Unit or "Bs Unit" as others called it), and they were just building the foundation of their army.
Going into the episode, I expected a few callbacks, I expected to hear Rossi and Gideon using terms for the first time that are used by the team all the time in the present. What I didn't expect is that this ends up being a very sad episode in quite a fitting way. It isn't often that the word "heartbreaking" applies to this show, but in this case, it does. »
Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 14 of season 10. The episode is entitled, "Hero Worship," and it turns out that we're going to see an UnSub serve up hardcore explosions, prompting the Bau to go after his ass, and more! In the new, 14th episode press release: An explosion in Indianapolis, is going to have the Bau searching for the UnSub before more bombings occur. Press release number 2: When an Indianapolis coffee shop is blown up and a hero emerges from the wreckage, the Bau will try to protect that person and his family while searching for the UnSub before more incidents occur. Guest stars feature: Louis Carazo (Tony), Sarah Lafleur (Brenda Archer), Lex Medlin (Allen Archer), Marcus Folmar (Chef) Thomas W. Ashworth (Elderly Man), Gwen Van Dam (Elderly Woman), Grinnell Morris (James Burke), Jb Tadena (Jordan Aguilar), Shauna Chin (Doctor), Claude Knowlton »
Leading out of an NCIS: New Orleans rerun (11.6 mil/1.6), a special broadcast of CSI on Tuesday drew 10.3 million total viewers and a 1.6 demo rating, up 24 and 33 percent from its Sunday double-pump to hit Season 15 highs in both measures.
ABC | Leading out of a Shark Tank rerun, Agent Carter (4.6 mil/1.3) slipped 10 percent and two tenths.
The CW | The Flash (4 mil/1.3) and Supernatural (2.1 mil/0.8) each dipped a tenth, hitting and tying season lows.
Fox | MasterChef Junior (5 mil/1.6) slipped 10 percent and two tenths. »
In the exclusive sneak peek above, Tonkin plays a lifeguard who’s being terrorized by a mysterious stalker. As she and her fiancee (Jane the Virgin‘s Michael Rady) brainstorm who could be behind the attacks, Tonkin pinpoints her character’s ex as a possible suspect.
Intimidating? Possessive? He totally sounds the type.
Unfortunately, it’s going to take a lot more detective work to »
With a growing “Empire” and still-stout numbers from “American Idol,” Fox is off to a better-than-expected start in the new year.
While CBS dominated the total-viewer derby last week in ridiculous fashion, Fox found itself in unfamiliar ratings territory — first place — in primetime’s key young-adult demo. “Empire” and “Idol” were the top draws of the week in adults 18-49 as the net beat its ABC-cbs-nbc competition combined on Wednesday.
Fox has now won two of the three weeks in 18-49 since “Empire” and “Idol” bowed — its first outright victories during an in-season frame without major sports help since April 2013.
“Empire” averaged a 4.4 rating/13 share in adults 18-49 and 11.07 million viewers overall last week, rising 10% week-to-week (from 4.0) and 16% above its debut (3.8), according to Nielsen. In doing so, it became the first hit broadcast series to grow two straight weeks in the demo following its series premiere since ABC’s “Moon Over Miami »
- Rick Kissell
Our sister site Deadline reports that the Walking Dead actor has joined the long-running CBS procedural’s latest planted spinoff pilot in the role of Monty, a tech analyst who stays at home to liaison with the victims’ families while the rest of the Bau team trots the globe, tending to the crises of Americans abroad.
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