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CBS announced its fall schedule bright and early Wednesday morning, with the first footage from its slate of new scripted shows hitting the web.
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This fall, the network will expand its Thursday comedy block to two hours, with ratings juggernaut The Big Bang Theory opening the night and long-running Two and a Half Men closing it out, with rookie offerings The Millers and The Crazy Ones. Thursdays will join CBS’ Mondays with two-hour comedy blocks, pushing the total number of comedies on the network’s fall schedule to eight.
CBS is also moving Hawaii Five-0 to Friday nights, with Person of Interest — which just added Sarah Shahi as a new series regular — getting the post-NCIS: Los Angeles home at 10 p.m. Tuesdays.
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(To watch trailers for NBC’s new shows, go here. To watch trailers for Fox’s new shows, go here. To watch trailers for ABC’s new shows, go here.)
Watch the trailers below:
The Crazy Ones
Which new shows look the most promising? Hit the comments below with your thoughts.
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