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.
There is still no word on when Person of Interest will return.
Plus: get premiere dates for Angel From Hell and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders!
The deductive duo get a gig with the FBI about a brainwashing algorithm, and Joan finally came face-to-face with Morland Holmes.
On the outs with all professional law enforcement agencies, Sherlock attempted to solve a case to save Joan's career in the season premiere.
Mark your calendars! The fall season kicks off in September!
The Fringe star is coming off a two-season arc on Sleepy Hollow.
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.
Plus: Arrow casts Felicity's mom, Doctor Who gets a live post-show, and John Stamos will sing a song (or three) for Galavant.
Plus: Crossbones walks the plank, Orange Is the New Black loses a cast member, and Jon Snow knows tennis!
Plus: NBC renews a summer trio, your first look at Daryl Dixon in The Walking Dead Season 5, and Ben Kingsley is en route to... Spike TV?
Break out your day planners, because things are getting messy at CBS thanks to the addition of Thursday Night Football.
"The Grand Experiement" seemed intent on rattling Elementary's status quo as Sherlock and Joan worked to clear Mycroft of murder charges.
Plus: Two and a Half Men, The Millers, and new comedy The McCarthys won't debut until after football season.
While Joan dealt with the fallout of last week's episode, Sherlock went on the hunt for the murderer of an ex-MI-6 analyst.
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