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IT'S CBS'S TURN!

CBS announced its plans for the 2004-05 TV season this morning and it includes a midseason comedy starring former Dharma & Greg star Jenna Elfman, a two-hour live concert event with Madonna, reunion specials featuring the casts of Dallas and One Day at a Time and a 10 pm Wednesday berth for CSI: New York, where it will go head-to-head with NBC's Law & Order. Among the things the sked doesn't include: The Guardian and The District. (For the latest Upfront news, read The Biz.) Meanwhile, Les Moonves has reportedly given the cancellation-bound

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CBS announced its plans for the 2004-05 TV season this morning and it includes a midseason comedy starring former Dharma & Greg star Jenna Elfman, a two-hour live concert event with Madonna, reunion specials featuring the casts of Dallas and One Day at a Time and a 10 pm Wednesday berth for CSI: New York, where it will go head-to-head with NBC's Law & Order. Among the things the sked doesn't include: The Guardian and The District. (For the latest Upfront news, read The Biz.) Meanwhile, Les Moonves has reportedly given the cancellation-bound Yes, Dear a last-minute, 13-episode reprieve. In related news, Atheists are back to believing there's no God.