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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, Battle Creek, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, The Briefcase, Criminal Minds, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Cyber, 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, The Odd Couple, 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 »
RelatedNBC Fall Schedule: Heroes Reborn on Thursday, Coach Revival Benched ‘Til Midseason, Nph Bows In Fire Slot
Not much is known about Donnell’s character just yet, since work on the midseason series is only beginning, but Deadline reports he will likely play a doctor, possibly in pediatrics.
[As in years past, this week, I'm going to be glancing, night-by-night, at how the primetime schedules have changed after the network announcements at upfronts. I'll be looking at how the various changes will impact the ratings races on each night, as well as my own DVRing habits. Readers can chime in on how their own DVRs will be impacted. And yes, this brief series assumes that anybody still watches TV on their TVs. I'm old-fashioned. I'm also probably gonna ignore that I have a fancy new six-tuner DVR that means that I really don't have to make choices anymore. This will assume that I make choices for my own sanity.] Tuesday Nights 8:00 p.m. ABC: "The Muppets"/"Fresh Off The Boat" CBS: "NCIS" The CW: "The Flash" Fox: "Grandfathered"/"The Grinder" NBC: "The Voice" 9:00 p.m. ABC: "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." CBS: "NCIS: New Orleans" The CW: "iZombie" Fox: "Scream Queens" NBC: "Heartbreaker" 10:00 p.m. ABC: "Quantico" CBS: "Limitless" NBC: "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris"/"Chicago Fire" What's Changed: There were six half-hour comedies airing on Tuesday night at the start of last season and there are four half-hour comedies set to air on Tuesday nights this fall and there's no overlap between them. That's pretty remarkable if you think about it. Of last season's fall Tuesday comedies, "Mindy Project" has moved on to Hulu and "New Girl" is returning at midseason and the other four are dead. So it's no wonder that not only are networks doing new comedies on Tuesday, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Goode’s exit follows the departure of Archie Panjabi, who made her final appearance as Kalinda in the May 10 finale. However, while it’s unlikely Panjabi will resurface in the near future, I’m told there’s a chance Goode could make a guest appearance or two. »
As previously reported, TV Line delivered their latest spoiler chat session and dished out some new intel for the upcoming season 5 of "Person Of Interest" in regards to their shorter 13 episode order. They talked with CBS head, Nina Tassler, and she said it may not necessarily mean the show is ending afterwards. In their spoiler chat report, here's what they had to say, when asked if the shorter season meant the end: "Not necessarily…? At least according to CBS boss Nina Tassler, who weighed in on the show’s future not long after Season 5 got halved. “Showrunners Jonah Nolan and Greg Plageman came in and pitched really terrific ideas for the new season. So, we have to see,” she said. “It’s always been a very smart, creative show; we don’t know yet whether it’s going to be the end or not. If it is, we’ll have a great ending. »
Marvel has given us a glimpse at some concept artwork from Ryan Meinerding for Matt Murdock’s iconic red suit in the Netflix series Daredevil, which looks pretty close indeed to the costume that made it on screen in the season finale…
“The tone that was really communicated was the sense of realism that they were going for,” Meinerding tells Marvel.com. “I think the way that [manifested itself in] the costume was through the armor and making it feel a little bit more padded than you traditionally think of Daredevil being. When we do these designs, there’s a concept of grounded and a concept of reality. The grounded nature that they brought to the vigilante costume was the simplicity and effectiveness, because you’re trying to conceal your identity but also [have to be] mobile enough to fight. When you do a super hero costume in that world, it’s hard to be as »
- Gary Collinson
NBC and CBS were the season’s ratings winners in key demo categories, and Fox had the hottest new show in years, but the best story of the 2014-15 television season just might have belonged to ABC.
The Alphabet emerged as the only major network to draw a larger young-adult audience this season than last, thanks in large part to a strong rookie class that included hits “How to Get Away With Murder” and “Black-ish” as well as other solid newcomers like “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Secrets and Lies.” “The Goldbergs” blossomed in in its second year, while veterans like “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” “Modern Family” and “Shark Tank” also continued to produce.
CBS introduced new drama hit “Scorpion” and renewed four other first-year shows, while Fox launched megahit “Empire” and solid newcomer “Gotham” and the CW discovered its biggest hit to date, “The Flash.” NBC, on the other hand, »
- Rick Kissell
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Ausiello: Borth is staying on as Catherine… at least for a little while, in part because next season will open with the “first dance” at Kono and Adam’s wedding. “We’ll miss the actual vows, but we’ll come in on them being introduced as husband and wife,” showrunner Peter M. Lenkov tells TVLine. As for Borth’s status, »
The networks introduced new TV shows for the Fall at this year's upfronts, while other TV shows have been having their season finales. Thus, renewals and cancellations are being announced for next season. Here are the series that will be back for the 2015-2016 season - plus the shows that are not so lucky (you can also see everything that's been canceled here). What's Been Renewed ABC How to Get Away With Murder: Shonda Rhimes's drama has been renewed after one killer season. Secrets and Lies: The freshman drama series will be back for a second season. Fresh Off the Boat: The comedy will return for a second season. American Crime: The midseason drama is going to be back. Galavant: The show will return for a second season. Marvel's Agent Carter: A second season is on the way. Nashville: The soapy drama is returning for a fourth season. »
You may never look at your pet pooch the same way again after watching CBS’ upcoming event series, Zoo (premiering June 30).
RelatedCBS Fall Schedule: Supergirl Lands on Monday, Person of Interest, 2 Broke Mia
Based on James Patterson’s book of the same name, the drama chronicles what happens when “the animals decide… they’ve had enough,” explains executive producer Jeff Pinkner, “[and] it’s time to fight back.”
Despite the scary nature of the premise, fellow Ep Scott Rosenberg insists, “Nobody wants to create an environment where [viewers] are anti-animal.” That said, “We want the whole world to fear their Schnauzer,” he adds. »
There’s only you and me and an all new TVLine Mixtape!
This time we’ve compiled a series of songs from recent season finales, including artist and album information in case you want to add them to your personal collection.
Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked — but we always love to hear your thoughts and suggestions.
So peruse our playlist, then hit the comments with your favorite TV tunes. And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @RyanSchwartz.
Related‘Transitory’ Orphan, New Girl‘s ‘Slow Southern Style’ and More TV Tunes »
It seems everything is bigger in Texas, including Friday’s season finale of The Amazing Race, which featured four couples racing to the finish line instead of the usual three. (Something that’s becoming a trend, if these last two seasons are any indication.)
The last leg of Season 26 wrapped things up in Dallas, and before I go any further with this recap, I’m going to cut right to the chase and tell you who won. Ready?
The first team to arrive at the finish line with Phil was… »
ABC’s Scandal wrapped Season 4 on Thursday night with 8.1 million viewers and a 2.3 demo rating, ticking up 10 percent and a tenth week-to-week, but down 24 and 32 percent from last year’s finale (which closed the night at 10 pm).
RelatedScandal Finale Recap: Cleaning House — Who Lost the Most? And Who Won?
Opening ABC’s night, Grey’s Anatomy (8.3 mil/2.2) inched up 8 percent and a tenth vs. last week and was off 7 and 15 percent year-over-year. At 10 pm, American Crime‘s freshman finale (4.3 mil/1.0) was steady. (Next season: A new case, some returning faces in new roles.)
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy Finale Recap: Odds and Endings
Warning: The following contains spoilers from Thursday’s season finale of Elementary.
Where’s the nearest meeting? Because we’re the ones who need some support after Thursday night’s season finale of Elementary.
The hour went down a dark path as Sherlock was forced to work with his former drug dealer in order to rescue his friend Alfredo. Eventually, the P.I. succumbed to his nature and broke his sobriety.
RelatedMay Sweeps/Finale Preview! Get 100+ Spoilers, Exclusive Photos From Your Fave Shows’ Season-Ending Episodes
While it’s a sad turn of events for all involved, the plot twist does »
The world of Web Series is about as diverse as it gets. From format, to genre, to production quality, they’re everywhere, and some of them take the opportunity to go for a risk.
Being un-Google-able is a risk, as is being a fairly tame show with a name like Cam Girls, but the series, which hits June 1st is surprisingly layered for something that only has 4-6 minutes to get things done.
The story revolves around Liv (Kate Bond), and the journey that leads her to becoming a Cam Girl. As she mentions in the trailer, she starts at the beginning. It’s actually a well-developed road that highlights the odd, and unforeseeable turns our lives may take. A new job, a new friend, a friend’s husband who has spy cams all over his house… the usual.
The show isn’t exactly comedic, or dramatic, and those who »
- Marc Eastman
Hey, "Elementary" peeps. It is with great happiness that we can officially tell you guys that CBS gave your favorite show the new season 4 green light! TV Line dropped the great news back on May 11th, 2015, so it's been known for a few days now. This means that new spoilers, photos, videos, castings and more are definitely on the way in the future weeks and months, so be on the lookout for all of that. We expect the new season 4 to debut in either September or October 2015 provided it's given a full season. You just never know these days. We'll certainly let you know the official premiere date as soon as CBS announces it. In addition to that wonderful news, CBS also gave its other popular shows new season renewals. They are: Person of Interest, Hawaii Five-0, CSI: Cyber, The Odd Couple, NCIS, Blue Bloods, NCIS: Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, »
- Andre Braddox
Below, you'll find a list of CBS' recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their current status. To see a series' ratings, click the links in the middle column (where applicable).
Shows include 2 Broke Girls, Angel From Hell, Battle Creek, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Code Black, Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Cyber, Elementary, Extant, The Good Wife, Life In Pieces, Limitless, Madam Secretary, The McCarthys, The Mentalist, The Millers, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, The Odd Couple, Person of Interest, Reckless, Rush Hour, Scorpion, Supergirl, Stalker, Survivor, Two And A Half Men, Under The Dome, Undercover Boss, Unforgettable, Zoo »
The term “stick to your knitting” is something of a double-edged sword for CBS — reflecting the network’s enviable stability, but also evoking images of the heavy granny constituency that watches “Blue Bloods,” when media buyers have a vampiric thirst for youth. Given that, the one major flyer the network is taking — ordering “Supergirl,” a series that would be a more natural fit for its younger sibling the CW — becomes the linchpin of its hopes for fall, along with the launch of Stephen Colbert’s turn in the “Late Show” chair.
Those were, frankly, the most exciting moments in an upfront presentation touting a lineup otherwise immersed in spinoffs. To its credit, CBS knows how to put on a show, and after a “Big Bang Theory”-inspired gag with sales chief Jo Ann Ross, Colbert came on to plug his arrival, engaging in a bit of extended shtick with CBS CEO Leslie Moonves. »
- Brian Lowry
CBS is adding three new dramas and two comedies to its upcoming fall schedule. Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden stars in "Code Black," a medical show taking place in a busy emergency room. Bradley Cooper executive produces and will have a recurring role on "Limitless," based on his hit film. Melissa Benoist stars as "Supergirl," with Calista Flockhart as her boss. New comedies are "Angel From Hell," starring Emmy winner Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson plus "Life in Pieces" with two-time Oscar champ Dianne Wiest and James Brolin. Returning programs "2 Broke Girls," "Mike and Molly," "The Odd Couple," and "Person of Interest" will be delayed until mid-season. Deadline -Break- As part of the CBS announcement on Wednesday, longtime hit show "C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation" is being cancelled after 15 years. The network is sending it out in style, however, with a two-hour movie on Se »
ABC, NBC, and Fox have all revealed their Fall schedules, and now it's CBS's turn. The network has announced its 2015-16 lineup, and not much has changed. New shows like Supergirl and Limitless are moving into the spots left behind by canceled shows (Rip Stalker and The McCarthys), and the new comedy Life in Pieces got a prime spot following up The Big Bang Theory on Mondays. Meanwhile, drama Person of Interest will be held until midseason. Take a look at the full schedule below, and see which shows have been renewed and canceled this season! Monday 8-8:30 p.m. - The Big Bang Theory 8:30-9 p.m. - Life in Pieces* 9-10 p.m. - Scorpion 10-11 p.m. - NCIS: Los Angeles Monday (starting in November) 8-9 p.m. - Supergirl* 9-10 p.m. - Scorpion 10-11 p.m. - NCIS: Los Angeles Tuesday 8-9 p. »
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