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CBS Orders Full Seasons of 'Unforgettable,' 'Person of Interest'

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 25th 2011 4:00PM
CBS Orders Full Seasons of Unforgettable, Person of Interest'Unforgettable' and 'Person of Interest' are here to stay. CBS has ordered full seasons of the two freshman dramas.

Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh star in 'Unforgettable,' the Tuesday night procedural about a detective who has hyperthymesia, the ability to remember everything she sees. According to CBS, the show averages 14 million viewers.

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'Unforgettable' Series Premiere: Carrie Uses Her Gift at a Crime Scene (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Sep 21st 2011 8:45AM
'Unforgettable' S01/E01In 'Unforgettable' (Tue., 10PM ET on CBS), Poppy Montgomery plays Carrie Wells, an investigator suffering from hyperthymesia, which is the ability to remember the details of every single day of her life.

In the series premiere Carrie uses this special gift to look over a crime scene and finds something she didn't notice before.

Replaying events in her mind's eye, she sees a shadow on the wall, which indicates that a man was hiding close to where a woman was killed. This then leads her to inspect a drain opening nearby.

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Warning! The 10 Least Promising Shows for Fall

by Maureen Ryan, posted Sep 19th 2011 10:00AM
Your time is valuable, and you don't want to spend it on shows that are either outright awful or seriously flawed, am I right?

That's the idea behind the following list of iffy and/or terrible new TV shows. They pay me to watch this stuff so you don't have to, and the goal here is to steer you away from fall programs that have awkward premises, wrongheaded casting or sub-par execution of decent ideas.

But never fear, I'll provide descriptions of each comedy and drama as well, on the off chance that you really want to check them out.

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What to Watch: September 19 - 25

by Stephanie Earp, posted Sep 19th 2011 8:00AM
Roast of Charlie Sheen - Monday September 19, 10 p.m. ET/PT, Comedy

If anyone out there is still interested in the Charlie Sheen train-wreck tour of 2011, it's making a stop on Comedy this week - about 30 weeks too late. Sheen's appearance at the Emmys proved he lost his sense of humour along with his dignity around the time he got fired from 'Two and a Half Men' but hopefully the professional comics and various celebs can keep this thing funny. Seth MacFarlane of 'Family Guy' is the ring leader, and roasters include Jon Lovitz, Kate Walsh, William Shatner and Slash.

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Fall TV Critics Roundtable: Worst New Show (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted Aug 24th 2011 12:00PM
Welcome to Part 3 of our critics roundtable debate, all about the worst new shows of the upcoming 2011-2012 TV season. Yes, up until now these debates been a lot of sparkles and rainbows tied up in hope, but not this one -- the claws are out.

Here's a little backstory: during the recent Television Critics Association (TCA) press tour, I gathered a group of my fellow critics and turned on the cameras while we talked all about the best and worst of fall TV.

Fall TV Critics Roundtable: Best New Comedy

I've split our chat into five insightful videos, and we'll be posting a new one here on AOL TV everyday this week -- best new comedy, best new drama and worst new show (watch all three below), then star we're happiest to see on TV (Thursday) and returning show we're most excited for (Friday) -- so keep checking back for more.

Right now, join me and HitFix.com's Alan Sepinwall, Melanie McFarland from IMDb TV, Damian Holbrook of TV Guide Magazine and AOL TV's own Mo Ryan to get our brutally honest take on today's topic: Worst new show.

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CBS Pilots Snap Judgment: Our First Reactions to the New Shows

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jun 10th 2011 12:00PM
New CBS Shows, 2011-2012We've seen the network's new fall pilots, and while they're not for review (things often change drastically before the shows are set to premiere), we do want to share our first reactions with you.

This is designed to get you excited for some new shows ... and to warn you to curb your enthusiasm for others. Just keep in mind that we'll have full reviews of the final pilots closer to airdate in the fall. For now, here are our snap judgments of all of CBS's new shows for the 2011-2012 TV season.

There are five shows total (read up and watch previews here) and plenty of varying opinions -- none of us agreed 100% on any of them -- from Mo Ryan, Maggie Furlong, Jean Bentley, Chris Harnick, Alex Moaba, Kim Potts and Laura Prudom.

Here's how we're breaking these down:
Watch It - awesome show, can't wait for more
Skip It - it's either horrible or just totally not their thing
DVR It - there's potential, will give it a second chance

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Sneak Previews: The New CBS Shows

by Chris Harnick, posted May 19th 2011 11:15AM
2 Broke GirlsWhat do Michael Emerson and Kat Dennings have in common? They have two of highest-testing new shows, according to CBS.

Yep, CBS is predicting Emerson's 'Person of Interest' and Dennings' '2 Broke Girls' are going to be hot next season. But, that's up to you, dear viewers!

During midseason, look for new rookie cop drama 'The 2-2' from producer Robert De Niro.

Check out previews of of '2 Broke Girls,' 'Person of Interest,' Poppy Montgomery's new police drama 'Unforgettable,' Patrick Wilson and Julie Benz in supernatural medical drama 'A Gifted Man' and David Hornsby and Kevin Dillon in 'How to Be a Gentleman' below.

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CBS Announces 2011-2012 Schedule

by Jean Bentley, posted May 18th 2011 9:20AM
Person of InterestIt's CBS's turn to shake things up with its fall schedule, which the network just announced this morning.

'CSI' is finally getting the boot from its longtime Thursday night time slot in favor of the J.J. Abrams-produced 'Person of Interest,' while 'The Good Wife' is getting transferred from Tuesdays at 10PM to the highly competitive Sundays at 9PM slot.

The network's two new comedies will both get their shots after established shows, with '2 Broke Girls' airing after 'How I Met Your Mother' on Mondays and 'How to Be a Gentleman' landing post-'Big Bang Theory' on Thursdays. Interestingly, 'Rules of Engagement' is being pushed to Saturday nights.

CBS is saving the Robert De Niro-produced cop drama 'The 2-2' for mid-season (hopefully with a better name).

The full fall schedule is after the jump.

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CBS Orders Robert De Niro-Produced Cop Drama 'The 2-2,' 'Unforgettable' and 'How to be a Gentleman'

by Chris Harnick, posted May 16th 2011 2:15PM
Poppy MontgomeryUpdate: Patrick Wilson's 'A Gifted Man' has also received a series order. The medical drama tells the story of a doctor who gets guidance from his ex-wife who has died.

Deadline reports former 'Law & Order: SVU' showrunner Neal Baer will serve as executive producer and showrunner on the new series.

CBS has given the greenlight to three new series, including Robert De Niro's cop drama 'The 2-2' (previously titled 'Rookies'), 'Unforgettable,' and 'How to Be a Gentleman.'

'The 2-2' stars Leelee Sobieski, Adam Goldberg, Tom Reed, Terry Kinney and Stark Sands as rookie cops.

According to Entertainment Weekly, 'Unforgettable' stars Poppy Montgomery as an NYPD detective who has the ability to remember everything. 'How to be a Gentleman' is based on the book of the same name and follows the friendship between an uptight columnist and his friend/trainer.

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