It's been years and years - decades, even? - since I watched anything on CBS. Will I watch Hawaii Five-0? I watched it as a kid. I watched Knight Rider as a kid too. That worked out pretty well, right?
Wait, William Shatner's in $#*! My Dad Says. But it's on against Bones and 30 Rock, so no chance.
8:00-8:30 PM HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER 8:30-9:00 PM RULES OF ENGAGEMENT 9:00-9:30 PM TWO AND A HALF MEN 9:30-10:00 PM MIKE & MOLLY 10:00-11:00 PM HAWAII FIVE-O
8:00-9:00 PM NCIS 9:00-10:00 PM NCIS: LOS ANGELES 10:00-11:00 PM THE GOOD WIFE
Here comes the AX MAN!! I hate moving Big Bang away from the other comedies. If they wanted to move them to Thursday, they should have taken HIMYM or 2 1/2 with them instead of going it alone with new sitcom. Granted its Shatner's sitcom, but still its a risk. It also doesn't help it is going up against Bones. If I were a fan of Community, I would be a bit concerned.
Ghost Whisperer Numb3rs Cold Case Accidentally on Purpose Miami Medical The New Adventures of Old Christine Gary Unmarried
Aside from "Bones", all of my regular shows are on CBS. And I'm NOT impressed with the moves to CSI:NY and CSI:Miami. Especially to CSI:NY, which is my favorite of the three CSI's. Now I'll rarely get to watch it.
I'll give Hawaii Five-O a try, but that's about it.
Originally posted by Mr Heel III'm surprised they're keeping "Medium".
I'm surprised they had Medium and The Ghost Whisperer. Aren't they the same show, except one has Jennifer Love Hewett's boobs?
Incidentally, two guys I know, Danny Pino of Cold Case and Mike Vogel of Miami Medical, who both starred in Across the Hall the movie I worked on, are both out of a job in one fell swoop. Who else knows two actors on the same network who both got fired on the same day?
Surprised to see Survivor get moved off of Thursday nights. Sure, it's going into Season 21, but it still pulls in very good ratings on the most important ad-revenue night of the week. I guess at Wednesday at 8, however, it'll have the time slot to itself against a bunch of new and/or not-as-popular programs. The only ratings contender is the Idol results show come February.
I would agree if they'd actually bothered to put some gags in there. It was like 30 seconds long, and there was exactly one joke. I think someone needs to remind Seth MacFarlane that he makes a comedy show.