The Upfronts may have passed us by with all of the major networks unveiling their 2013-14 lineups, but CBS has jumped ahead in the 2013 race by releasing its full fall premiere schedule. The new CBS lineup will premiere after the 2013 Emmy awards, kicking off with an hour-long final season premiere for 'How I Met Your Mother,' and a host of other changes.
Earlier today CBS went through with a rather late pickup of the upcoming 'Bad Teacher' adaptation, but the confirmed offerings for the network's 2013-2014 slate have a few reveals of their own. The network has released extended trailers for Chuck Lorre's 'Mom,' Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' 'The Crazy Ones' and more, so get your best look yet at CBS's fall lineup inside!
As you may have noticed, this is the week of Upfront presentations and today it's CBS who offered a peek at their fall 2013-2014 lineup. We're certainly inclined to check out Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar's single-camera 'The Crazy Ones,' as well as Chuck Lorre's latest show 'Mom,' Will Arnett's 'The Millers' and new dramas 'Hostages' and 'Intelligence,' so preview the newest offerings inside!
Moving right along the major network pantheon, CBS is the latest to give out its lineup for fall 2013-2014 in advance of today's big Upfront presentation. No major shakeups, other than an expanded comedy block on Thursday nights and moves for both 'Person of Interest' and 'Hawaii Five-0,' but Chuck Lorre's 'Mike & Molly' will sit the fall out, while still producing a full season. Find out CBS' fall changes inside!
Just when you thought TV news might have stopped for the day, we're back again! CBS has issued their full list of new series pickups, very few of them any real surprise, but exciting nonetheless. In addition to Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' TV return 'Crazy Ones,' the eye has picked up Will Arnett's post 'Up All Night' sitcom, Chuck Lorre's 'Mom,' along with several new drama pilots, so get the inside scoop on CBS new lineup inside!
Pilot season in TV land can be an awfully uncertain time, as even the highest-profile of star attachments to upcoming pilots make no guarantee of a network picking them up to series, meaning most announcements are to be taken with a grain of salt. One in particular that caught our eye, however, is that of CBS' Jerry Bruckheimer-produced, Toni Collette-starring drama 'Hostages,' which today adds 'American Horror Story' seasons 1 and 2 star Dylan McDermott in the male lead. Might 'Hostages' prevent McDermott from appearing in 'American Horror Story' season 3?