CBS Fall 2013 Schedule: Comedies Dominate, ‘Mike & Molly’ Moves to Midseason

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Despite the Emmy-winning star power of Melissa McCarthy, CBS announced at their upfront on Wednesday that they have bumped her comedy Mike & Molly to midseason. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the series has a full 22-episode order from the network. But that isn’t the only shake-up happening to the CBS schedule: the drama Person of Interest will now move to Tuesdays, Hawaii Five-0 surfs on over to Fridays, and the network assured there will be fewer reruns in the fall.  

Still, the name of the game in the schedule is comedy. Monday and Tuesday nights will both have two-hour comedy blocks that kick off with two of their biggest hits, How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory, respectively. 

Check out the full schedule with all the new(*) series and returning favorites below and check back later for the trailers of the upcoming shows. 

Monday
8 PM How I Met Your Mother
8:30 PM We Are Men*
9 PM 2 Broke Girls
9:30 PM Mom*
10 PM. Hostages* (beginning in January), Intelligence* (beginning in May)

Tuesday
8 PM NCIS
9 PM NCIS: Los Angeles
10 PM Person of Interest

Wednesday
8 PM Survivor
9 PM Criminal Minds
10 PM CSI

Thursday
8 PM The Big Bang Theory
8:30 PM The Millers*
9 PM The Crazy Ones*
9:30 PM Two and a Half Men
10 PM Elementary

Friday
8 PM Undercover Boss
9 PM Hawaii 5-0
10 PM Blue Bloods

Sunday
8 PM The Amazing Race
9 PM The Good Wife
10 PM The Mentalist

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Fox Fall 2013 Schedule: ‘Dads’, ‘Sleepy Hollow’, and More!
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