It’s here! The Eye network aka CBS has finally revealed their full primetime slate for the 2010-2011 television season. Yesterday we got a good idea of what shows would be missing from their fall roster when we learned that “The Ghost Whisperer,” “Cold Case,” and “Numb3rs” all got the axe. Let’s see what new series they picked up to take their place. Check out the full schedule…



  • 8:00 — “NCIS
  • 9:00 — “NCIS: LA”
  • 10:00 — “The Good Wife”


  • 8:00 — “Survivor”
  • 9:00 — “Criminal Minds”
  • 10:00 — “The Defenders”



  • 8:00 — “Medium”
  • 9:00 — CSI: NY
  • 10:00 — “Blue Bloods”


  • 8:00 — “Crimetime Saturday”
  • 9:00 — “Crimetime Saturday”
  • 10:00 — “48 Hours Mystery”


**The “Criminal Minds” Spinoff will be held for midseason.

Side Notes: It looks like they’re going to give “Hawaii: Five-O” a real shot with a 10pm Monday night slot. Even though we’re fans of Daniel Dae Kim and Scott Caan, we’re not sure if the show will resonate with audiences. Didn’t NBC have their own failed remake of the series called “Hawaii” a few years ago?

As for the much hyped comedy “S#*! My Dad Says,” the only thing appealing about it is the casting of Will Sasso and Nicole Sullivan, who both got their starts on “Mad TV” back in the nineties. Other than that, watching William Shatner rant and rave for 22 minutes just doesn’t do it for us.

Observations: Why is the awesome Forest Whitaker and his “Criminal Minds” spinoff being held until midseason? And most importantly, why hasn’t it been given a cool title yet like “Criminal Minds: Justice is Served?”

What do you think of CBS’ new fall roster?

Source: Collider, EW