CBS has just given full season orders to three of its new comedy series, ensuring there will be 22 episodes of The Crazy Ones, Mom, and The Millers. The Robin Williams-fronted The Crazy Ones is currently the number one new comedy on TV in both 18-49 demo ratings and total viewers, so its pickup was not that much of a shock. Likewise, Will Arnett and Margo Martindale’s The Millers continues to do strong in the ratings on Thursdays, though it doesn’t hurt to have the juggernaut The Big Bang Theory as your lead-in. Executive producer Chuck Lorre’s new show Mom has taken a bit longer to catch on, but the Anna Faris/Allison Janney two-hander has been climbing as of late in its Monday timeslot.
Other new series that have been granted more episodes include the NBC drama The Blacklist, which was given a full season order, and Fox’s Sleepy Hollow, which has been renewed for a second season following the conclusion of its 13-episode first season.
Take a first look at CBS’ upcoming shows.
An old-school, and somewhat oddball, approach to "Texian" independence, and the formation of the Texas Rangers.
While it's admirable to put yourself in harm's way in the defense of others, that altruism eventually ends with a blade between the ribs or being thrown into a prison cell. George R.R. Martin's gift to his characters just keeps on giving.
Time to hurry up and watch 'Snatch', 'The Silence of the Lambs', and 'Taxi Driver'.
After two whole seasons, Dylan Bruce finally gets to show off what he's capable of.
'The Aviator', 'Transformers: Age of Extinction', and an original series from the Wachowski siblings are among the new releases coming to Netflix next month.
Everyone has a motive ...
A mysterious and captivating performance that provided a great complexity for the season's main question mark.
'True Blood' actor Stephen Moyer and Katey Segal lead the cast of the 13th Century-set drama.
And they are everything fans could possibly want.