CBS’s 2012-13 Schedule & New Show Info

And we’re on to CBS! You can read all about their new schedule and shows in their press release here, but here’s a summary:

The Fall Schedule:

7:00: 60 Minutes
8:00: The Amazing Race
9:00: The Good Wife
10:00: The Mentalist

8:00: How I Met Your Mother
8:30: Partners
9:00: 2 Broke Girls
9:30: Mike & Molly
10:00: Hawaii Five-0

8:00: NCIS
9:00: NCIS: Los Angeles
10:00: Vegas

8:00: Survivor
9:00: Criminal Minds
10:00: CSI

8:00: The Big Bang Theory
8:30: Two and a Half Men
9:00: Person of Interest
10:00: Elementary

8:00: CSI: NY
9:00: Made in Jersey
10:00: Blue Bloods

8:00: Crimetime Saturday
10:00: 48 Hours Mystery

New Midseason Shows:

Golden Boy, Friend Me, The Job

The New Shows:

(Note: The midseason shows don’t have any photos or trailers yet.)

Elementary is a modern Sherlock Holmes adaptation set in New York City, starring Jonny Lee Miller (Eli Stone) as Holmes and Lucy Liu (Southland) as a female Watson.

See more at the official site.

Friend Me is a comedy about friends (an introvert and an extrovert) moving to California to work for a Web site, starring Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad) and Nicholas Braun (10 Things I Hate About You).

Golden Boy is a cop drama starring Theo James (Bedlam, Downton Abbey), Holt McCallany (Lights Out), and Chi McBride (Human Target).

Made in Jersey is a legal drama about a working-class woman becoming an attorney at a fancy firm, starring Janet Montgomery (Human Target), Kyle MacLachlan (Desperate Housewives), and Pablo Schreiber (Lights Out).

See more at the official site.

Partners is a comedy about architect best friends/business partners, one straight and one gay, starring David Krumholtz (Numb3rs), Michael Urie (Ugly Betty), Sophia Bush (One Tree Hill), and Brandon Routh (Chuck).

See more at the official site.

Vegas is a drama about Ralph Lamb, cowboy-turned-sheriff in 1960s Las Vegas, starring Dennis Quaid (you know who he is), Michael Chiklis (The Shield), and Jason O’Mara (Terra Nova).

See more at the official site.

(Photo courtesy of CBS.)

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