We’ve already had info for you on NBC, ABC and Fox regarding their new Fall schedules and now we can add CBS to the mix of networks who’ve let us know what they have in store for next Fall. The network is bringing back several of our favorite shows including The Big Bang Theory and NCIS and giving the green light to a lot of new drams and comedies.
Some of the changes include a move for Survivor to Wednesday, CSI: Miami is now on Sundays and CSI: New York is now on Fridays. Plus, The Big Bang Theory now kicks off the Thursday night shows followed by newcomer $#! My Dad Says, the original CSI and then The Mentalist.
Some new shows include the updated Hawaii Five-O on Mondays, which could be cool, as well as The Defenders on Wednesdays. We will also be getting a Criminal Minds spin-off, which will start midseason.
Check out the networks full schedule after the jump.
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It’s no secret we love TV. We watch it, talk about it, review it and generally spend a lot of time with it. So, it should come as no surprise we’re very interested in what new shows may potentially be coming to the networks in the near future.
Fortunately, we don’t have to do a lot of work to find out, and you have to do even less, because the guys and gals at EW have gathered together lists of all of the 2010-2011 season pilot orders for ABC, CBS and NBC. Wasn’t that nice of them? Yes, yes it was.
Just between these three networks (we’ll bring you Fox and the others, including cable, later), 31 dramas and 29 comedies are being considered. What shows will make it to the Fall schedule is still anyone’s guess, and we’ll have to wait until May to find out, but still, it’s fun to take a look at these pilots and imagine what could be.
Be warned, this is a rather long list. However, it’s kinda interesting to see the direction the networks are taking. Read on and let us know if you think any of these sound like a show you would watch.
187 Detroit (writer Jason Richman). A light-hearted look at Detroit’s top homicide division.
Body of Evidence (Chris Murphey). A procedural about a female medical examiner who used to work as a neurosurgeon.
Cutthroat (Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters). A dramedy about a single mother who operates an international drug cartel from Beverly Hills.
Edgar Floats (Rand Ravich). A police psychologist becomes a bounty hunter.
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