CBS is gearing up for another busy, long fall.
Will MacGyver do okay on Fridays? And where's Limitless?
Things don't look good for CSI: Cyber, Criminal Minds, and The Odd Couple.
Plus: get premiere dates for Angel From Hell and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders!
Mark your calendars! The fall season kicks off in September!
CBS will be comedy-free on Mondays for the first time in decades, and Bradley Cooper will recur on the Limitless adaptation.
Most of CBS's shows will be back, but one big franchise might be dead.
CBS All Access will give users access to most of the network's current programming as well as classics from its vault.
Break out your day planners, because things are getting messy at CBS thanks to the addition of Thursday Night Football.
Plus: Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and new comedy The McCarthys won't debut until after football season.
Plus: CBS announces its season finale dates, Patton Oswalt is gonna be an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and George R.R. Martin wants to make a Game of Thrones movie.
Yes, even Two and a Half Men. Sorry.
Plus: LeBron James is officially an executive producer now, Hank Azaria will be a pain in the ass on Ray Donovan, and a just-offed Originals star has already lined up a new role.
Plus: The cast of Arrested Development will visit Inside the Actor's Studio, David Tennant wants more time as the Doctor, and The Rock wants to be your alarm clock.
Nearly all of your multi-camera comedy and procedural drama favorites will return in the third week of September.
Elsewhere, Mondays are mostly new and Wednesdays and Sundays are as familiar as ever.
The network has ordered new seasons of 14 of its primetime series.
Which of The Eye's shows are getting the super-sized season-ending treatment?
Also coming to The Eye: rookie drama Golden Boy and spring editions of Survivor and The Amazing Race.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?