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EYE TIME

CBS unveiled its 2002-03 fall schedule today and it features seven new shows, including CSI spin-off CSI: Miami (to air Mondays at 10 pm/ET) and the comedy Still Standing, starring The Full Monty's Mark Addy. Three programs move to new time periods: The District to Saturday at 9 pm/ET; The Agency to Saturday at 10 pm/ET; Becker to Sunday at 8:30 pm/ET. Among the "bubble" shows getting a reprieve: Touched by an Angel, The Amazing Race and the aforementioned Agency. Casualties, meanwhile, include Family Law,

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CBS unveiled its 2002-03 fall schedule today and it features seven new shows, including CSI spin-off CSI: Miami (to air Mondays at 10 pm/ET) and the comedy Still Standing, starring The Full Monty's Mark Addy. Three programs move to new time periods: The District to Saturday at 9 pm/ET; The Agency to Saturday at 10 pm/ET; Becker to Sunday at 8:30 pm/ET. Among the "bubble" shows getting a reprieve: Touched by an Angel, The Amazing Race and the aforementioned Agency. Casualties, meanwhile, include Family Law, The Education of Max Bickford and First Monday. Baby Bob will return at midseason. For a glimpse at CBS's new fall schedule, click here.