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Summer used to be a time when there was a dearth of TV, but now there are new TV shows popping up on nearly every date on the calendar. If you are looking for good dramas, new comedies or more, we've put together a list of all of the great new programs that will be hitting the schedule during the summer months.
After the hack and slash job that the broadcast networks unleashed upon TV schedules last week, this week – complete with upfront presentations – will be the source of far more good news than bad. And CBS has some great news for viewers.
CBS has announced their 2013-2014 schedule today, revealing their plans to shuffle things around to make room for the four new comedies and new dramas they have joining the line-up. Person of Interest will move to Tuesdays at 10:00 p.m., while Hawaii Five-0 has been shifted to Fridays. The Eye has new series Hostages set to air Monday nights following their two-hour comedy block, which features two returning shows and two new comedies.
CBS renewed more than a dozen TV series, which join the previously renewed The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother. Not all of the network’s shows made the list, but it looks like most of the network’s Monday night comedy line-up will be left intact.
CBS has been taking it’s time in rolling out its Midseason schedule. Last Month, the network had parts of the January calendar set up and this week, we’ve been given a glimpse at what February looks like. This includes the return of The Amazing Race, as well as a day-change for Undercover Boss and a time-change for A Gifted Man.
NBC isn’t the only network to unveil their 2012 Midseason schedule today. CBS posted theirs as well and it looks like changes are minimal when the primetime line-up resumes this January. The network’s updates include the addition of ¡ROB! and the return of Undercover Boss.
There’s good (albeit unsurprising) news for CBS’ unscripted series Undercover Boss and The Amazing Race. It’s been reported that the network has given renewals to both series for next season.
With CBS’ new reality series Undercover Boss averaging 18.74 million viewers in its first season, it’s no surprise that CBS has decided to pick the show up for a second season. The question is, how long can a show like this go on?
It’s not often that networks use the coveted post-Super Bowl timeslot to premiere a new show but it seems CBS is trying something a bit unconventional next February. The network announced today that they will be unveiling the premiere of their new reality series Undercover Boss immediately following the Super Bowl.