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  1. Watch Trailers for CBS' New Shows

    4:52 pm 5/17/2016

    Sitcom stars Matt LeBlanc and Kevin James make their highly anticipated returns to TV on CBS.Read more

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  2. 'Survivor: Kaoh Rong' Winner Revealed

    3:07 pm 5/17/2016

    Meanwhile, a new twist shook up tribal council in Wednesday night's finale.Read more

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  3. CBS Chiefs Confirm 'Limitless' Being Shopped Elsewhere

    12:56 pm 5/16/2016

    The procedural based on the movie is more than likely done at CBS.Read more

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  4. CBS Cancels 'Rush Hour' After One Season

    12:30 pm 5/16/2016

    The fate of freshman drama 'Limitless' still remains unknown.Read more

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  5. 'Code Black,' 'Beyond Borders,' 'Odd Couple' Renewed at CBS

    11:30 am 5/16/2016

    The fates of 'Limitless' and 'Rush Hour,' however, are still unclear.Read more

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  6. CBS Orders 'Training Day,' 'MacGyver,' Katims Dramas; Matt LeBlanc, Joel McHale Comedies to Series

    10:30 am 5/13/2016

    Jenna Fischer has exited the LeBlanc comedy; 'MacGyver' will undergo major changes with its cast and creative and Hawaii Five-0's Peter Lenkov boards the drama as CBS and Glenn Geller stick with proven stars, IP and genres.Read more

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  7. Kevin James Family Comedy Picked Up to Series at CBS

    2:00 pm 5/12/2016

    The series order officially brings James back to the network where he previously starred on 'The King of Queens' for nine seasons.Read more

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  8. 'Supergirl' Renewed for Second Season — at The CW

    2:00 pm 5/12/2016

    The news comes as producer Warner Bros. Television also is moving the DC Comics drama to Vancouver in a bid to reduce costs.Read more

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  9. 'CSI: Cyber' Canceled at CBS, Ending Storied Franchise's Run

    11:25 am 5/12/2016

    The flagship series was once the most-watched show in the world.Read more

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  10. 'Life in Pieces' Renewed for Second Season at CBS

    12:45 pm 5/11/2016

    The freshman comedy hails from 20th Century Fox Television and the pickup marks a key off-network deal as broadcasters continue to focus on ownership.Read more

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