There's a reason the networks spend so much on shrimp and Stoli every spring, and it's not that they like to party.
Vulture's TV critic weighs in.
Will you laugh?
Peruse at your leisure.
Robin Williams remembers a more coke-happy time.
The network's new schedule bets big on new comedies.
Four new comedies, one new drama for the fall.
Friends with Better Lives.
Josh Holloway, Toni Collette comin' atcha.
More people, even young people, watch it than any other network.
Angus T. Jones is no longer a regular.
Why does CBS even develop pilots if every show gets renewed?
He'll play an irascible detective.
In the comedian's autobiographical CBS comedy pilot.
He'll play a New Orleans detective.
Sorry, Mark Burnett.
She'll play his daughter.
CBS's Super Clyde.
Mike Vogel, of Pan Am and Blue Valentine.
About an agent with a superpower-y microchip in his brain.
Also, they should "avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks."
Crazy Ones, a single-camera series set at an ad agency.
Input your address, watch your home get domed.
Captain, my captain!
The TV gods heard her prayer.