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CBS Announces Summer 2011 Schedule

by Chris Harnick, posted May 10th 2011 1:30PM
Same Name, CBS SummerCBS has announced its summer 2011 schedule. Not so shockingly, it's full of reality TV! 'Big Brother' and 'Same Name' anchor the new schedule.

'Big Brother' will air three times a week starting Thu., July 7 at 9PM. Julie Chen returns as host.

Joining 'Big Brother' on CBS this summer is 'Same Name' (Sun., July 24 at 9PM), a new reality show about celebrities trading places with ordinary folks who share -- you guessed it -- the same name. The swap lasts for a week. David Hasselhoff (pictured) is featured in the premiere episode.

Neil Patrick Harris returns as host for the 65th Annual Tony Awards, live on Sun., June 12 at 8PM. Wayne Brady will host the Daytime Emmy Awards live on Sun., June 19 at 8PM.

Check out CBS's full summer schedule below.

Sun., June 12
8-11PM The 65th Annual Tony Awards

Sun., June 19
8-10PM The 38th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

Mon., July 4
10-11PM Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular

Thursdays, Starting July 7
8-8:30PM 'The Big Bang Theory'
8:30-9PM 'Rules of Engagement'
9-10PM 'Big Brother'
10-11PM 'The Mentalist'

Sun., July 10
7-8PM '60 Minutes'
8-9PM 'Big Brother'
9-10PM 'Undercover Boss'
10-11PM 'CSI: Miami'

Wednesdays, Starting July 13
8-9PM 'Big Brother'
9-10PM 'Criminal Minds'
10-11PM 'Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior'

Sundays, Starting July 24
7-8PM '60 Minutes'
8-9PM 'Big Brother'
9-10PM 'Same Name'
10-11PM 'CSI: Miami'

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General Kenobi

I really don't like it much when Big Brother is on back to back nights during the week, it causes tape delay and wonky editing...

May 10 2011 at 9:02 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

ugh, more "reality" TV. How about some guilty pleasure scripted serials like Harper's Island or Persons Unknown during the summer, when ratings expectations are lower?

May 10 2011 at 4:11 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
1 reply to Tikkanen's comment

ratings expectations are lower, therefore viewers are lower. (yes i know that's effect-therefore-cause. deal with it.)
reality shows are MUCH cheaper to produce, write, edit, shoot, and cast than anything scripted - that's part of the appeal to networks.

May 11 2011 at 2:17 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Whatever. What we all really want to know, with all the networks, is what's their schedule for the fall. Upfronts are next week. What's been officially cancelled and what's coming back? Lets get on with it already.

May 10 2011 at 2:23 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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