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2013-14 CBS Schedule

(New programs in UPPER CASE; NT=New Time)

MONDAY
8-8:30 PM – How I Met Your Mother
8:30-9 PM – WE ARE MEN
9-9:30 PM – 2 Broke Girls
9:30-10 PM – MOM
10-11 PM – HOSTAGES / INTELLIGENCE (Midseason)

TUESDAY
8-9 PM – NCIS
9-10 PM – NCIS: Los Angeles
10-11 PM – Person Of Interest (NT)

WEDNESDAY
8-9 PM – Survivor
9-10 PM – Criminal Minds
10-11 – CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

THURSDAY
8-8:30 PM – The Big Bang Theory
8:30-9 PM – THE MILLERS
9-9:30 PM – THE CRAZY ONES
9:30-10 PM – Two And A Half Men (NT)
10-11 PM – Elementary

FRIDAY
8-9 PM – Undercover Boss
9-10 PM – Hawaii Five-0 (NT)
10-11 PM – Blue Bloods

SATURDAY
8-8:30 PM – COMEDYTIME SATURDAY
8:30-9 PM – COMEDYTIME SATURDAY
9-10 PM – Crimetime Saturday
10-11 PM – 48 Hours

SUNDAY
7-8 PM – 60 Minutes
8-9 PM – The Amazing Race
9-10 PM – The Good Wife
10-11 PM – The Mentalist

While ABC and NBC are making changes on virtually every night of the week, CBS, always the epitome of stability, is limiting its moves to three. The biggest one is on Thursday, where CBS is expanding its comedy block to two hours after picking up five new half-hour series (with another comedy pilot, Bad Teacher, still in contention). A little unusual for CBS, which loves protecting all of its new shows, the network is using veterans Big Bang and Two And A Half Men as bookends, with new comedies The Millers and The Crazy Ones. It was done to shore up Elementary, which still needs some nurturing heading into Season 2.

In a first for CBS, the network announced a split time slot, with new dramas Hostages and Intelligence set to alternate in the Monday 10 PM slot as the heavily serialized Hostages will do 15 episodes.

And for the first time in  32 years, CBS will have a night featuring the three most watched dramas on TV on Tuesday, as Person Of Interest relocates there, joining NCIS and NCIS: LA. (Last time it was in the 1981-82 season again on CBS with Dukes Of Hazzard, Dallas and Falcon Crest.)  After two unimpressive seasons in the Monday slot, Hawaii Five-0 is being downgraded to Fridays. But there is no danger for the show, as it is a CBS-owned drama with a rich off-network syndication deal.

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