CBS has announced premiere dates for its new and returning fall shows, including How I Met Your Mother, The Crazy Ones and NCIS.
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Summer is here and school is out! But like any good teacher, we have assigned some homework. (Don't worry, the beach will still be there tomorrow.)
With more great TV than ever available in so many different places, it's easy to miss a show or two. Below, we've hand-picked a dozen that you might not have noticed or simply didn't have the time for during the regular TV season. But they deserve your attention. Behold the 12 shows you should catch up on this summer:
CBS announced its new fall schedule Wednesday, moving drama Hawaii Five-0 to Fridays, Person of Interest to Tuesdays, and introducing a two-hour comedy block on Thursdays.
New comedies We Are Men and Mom, starring Anna Faris and Allison Janney, will follow How I Met Your Mother and 2 Broke Girls, respectively, on Mondays. New drama Hostages will take over Hawaii Five-0's Mondays-at-10 berth in the fall, with Intelligence, starring Josh Holloway, replacing it midseason after Hostages concludes its run. Hawaii Five-0 heads to Fridays at 9/8c.
CBS will announce its new fall schedule on Wednesday, May 15. Below you can find scoop on the network's pilots in contention, renewals and cancellations.
The upcoming season of the French version of Survivor has been canceled after a contestant died on the first day of filming in Cambodia, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
More real estate may be opening up at The View's roundtable.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is reportedly leaving the daytime talk show after nine years, Us Weekly reports. The news comes just one day after longtime co-host Joy Behar announced she will be leaving this year after more than 16 years on the program. With the exception of executive producer Barbara Walters, Behar is the last remaining original co-host.
Hasselbeck, 35, was reportedly told Thursday that...
CBS is letting The Job go.
The reality series, from Survivor's Mark Burnett and Michael Davies (Watch What Happens Live), has been pulled off the network's schedule after just two episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Reality series Undercover Boss will reclaim its Friday at 8/7c timeslot beginning Feb. 22. The move comes after...
Jenna Morasca and Ethan Zohn
Longtime Survivor couple Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca are breaking up after a decade together, People reports.
"It is with much consideration and a heavy heart that...
The Jeff Probst Show will not survive to see a second season.
The daytime TV show, led by Survivor's longtime host, was canceled after one season Wednesday, according to Deadline.
Original episodes of the series will continue to air through the end of Season 1. "We believe Jeff is an incredible talent, and that he and his dedicated producing team delivered quality episodes throughout the season. Unfortunately, the...
Survivor kicks off its 26th season Wednesday night, pitting fans against former competitors for the second time with Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites. And, according to host Jeff Probst, though the show's formula may be routine by now, this season — which gets underway with a 90-minute premiere at 8/7c on CBS —promises no shortage of drama.
"Survivor is about the players first and the twists second," Probst tells TVGuide.com. "This season delivers in a huge way. Our returning players have never let us down, and that record stands intact after this season."
"There are definitely surprises and at least one thing we have never had happen before and it's a doozy," he adds.