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CBS Renews 16 Series; '2 Broke Girls,' 'Elementary,' 'Criminal Minds' on Bubble

Five freshman shows are among the network's early renewals as veteran 'The Odd Couple' and newcomer 'The Great Indoors' are among those left waiting. ...Read More... //

'Bull,' 'Blue Bloods' Producers Team for Mexican-American Cop Drama at CBS

'Bull's' Paul Attanasio will pen the script for the multi-generational drama that counts 'Blue Bloods' Leonard Goldberg as an exec producer. ...  Read More... //

10 Reasons Blue Bloods is the Best Cop Show on TV

Lets face it, Every TV cop show that has ever had the word blue in its title has been great. Remember Hill Street Blues, NYPD Blue, Rookie Blue, or Shades of Blue? All great television cop dramas, but none of them was ever quite as good as Blue Bloods. The shows first air date was September 24, 2010, and its still going strong today. If were lucky, itll be one show that never gets canceled. One can only hope, right? The writing is phenomenal, the sets so realistic that you feel like youre there, the directing sublime, the action. ...  Read More... //

Blue Bloods Sneak Peek: Lori Loughlin Asks Frank to Do the Unthinkable

The typically unflappable Frank Reagan is unexpectedly put on the spot in this exclusive sneak peek from the Season 7 premiere of CBS Blue Bloods (airing Friday at 10/9c). In the season opener, titled The Greater Good, Lori Loughlin (Full House) guest-stars as Grace Edwards, a slain police officers widow. She, Frank and her son [] //

Blue Bloods Season 7 Preview: Michael Imperioli On the Right Side of the Law

When Blue Bloods returns for its 7th season, the Reagans will meet a Soprano. Don’t worry, this time around no wise guys are actually involved. The Sopranos veteran Michael Imperioli will guest star in the season opener as Michael Lewis, a prosecutor for the State’s Attorney General. Lewis will be tasked with investigating Detective Danny Reagan regarding the events of the Season 6 finale. At the end of last season Danny had to rescue a member of his family when niece Nikki was taken by serial killer Thomas Wilder to punish Danny. Nikki was found safe thankfully, but the cat-and-mouse standoff Danny had with Wilder ended in Wilder purposely making a move so that Danny would react in self-defense. Wilder didn’t have a gun, but acted like he did with the parting words "I’m never leaving the inside of your head." Unfortunately, when the series returns, Wilder seems to have succeeded a bit. Imperioli’s character Lewis brings new evidence which he believes proves Danny murdered Wilder for revenge. We all know how well Danny Reagan reacts when he has to defend his actions to a lawyer, even when the truth is on his side. READ MORE...

'Blue Bloods' taps Lori Loughlin, Michael Imperioli for premiere

Lori Loughlin and Michael Imperioli will guest-star in the season 7 premiere of Blue Bloods , EW has learned exclusively. Imperioli ( The Sopranos ) will play Miller, a hard-charging lawyer in the attorney generals office who spearheads an investigation into Danny Reagan (Donnie... ...Read More... //

Tom Selleck Signs For Blue Bloods Season 7

EXCLUSIVE: Blue Bloods star Tom Selleck has signed a deal to return for Season 7ofthe CBS cop drama, which begins production today. The veteran actor playsPolice Commissioner Frank Reagan on the showabout a multigenerational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement.Heading both the police force and the Reagan brood, Frankruns his department as diplomatically as he runs his family, even when dealing with the politics that plagued his father (Len...   Read More... //

CBS Reveals Fall Premiere Dates: Kevin James, Joel McHale Get Post-Big Bang Theory Time Slots

CBS fall 2016 premiere dates reveal the network is continuing their successfulstrategy of launching new comedies behind perennial ratings powerhouse The Big Bang Theory. Freshman comedy Kevin Can Wait, which stars Kevin James , will debut after Big Bang on Monday, Sept. 19. After Thursday Night Football wraps up, Big Bang will serve as the lead in to the Joel McHale sitcom The Great Indoors on Thursday, Oct. 27. This will serve as a big test for sophomore series Life in Pieces, which got great ratings its first season with the Big Bang lead in. Life in Pieces will now air on Thursdays at 9:30 beginning on Oct. 27.   Read More... //

Blue Bloods Season So-Long, Shark Tank Dominate Friday Ratings

Blue Bloods season finale faded slightly, week to week, but nonetheless shone as Fridays most watched broadcast, bagging 9.9 million viewers at 10 PM (and 1.0 demo rating). Likewise ABCs get-rich reality series Shark Tank dominated Friday's demo ratings, but it too slipped week to week, from a 1.5 to a 1.2 rating in the 18-49 age bracket. CBS finished first in viewers (7.9M), and the demo (1.0) for primetime, as broadcasts overall demo usage dropped 7% week to week.    Read More... //

CBS Renews 11 Shows, No Decision on Criminal Minds, Supergirl, CSI: Cyber

CBS has issued early renewals to 11 series for the 2016-17 season, but conspicuously missing from the pickup list is long-running procedural Criminal Minds. Other glaring omissions include CSI: Cyber and all of the Eye networks rookie offerings, including Supergirl, Limitless and Code Black. List of renewed shows include Blue Bloods, Elementary, Hawaii Five-0, Madam Secretary, [] //