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CBS Adds 4 New Shows To Fall Schedule

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NEW YORK (CBS NEWS) - CBS has officially announced its new fall TV schedule, picking up four new series and continuing a number of top-rated programs.

The network will finish the season as America’s most-watched network for the ninth time in the last 10 years.

The following shows will make their debut on the network in the fall: “Elementary,” a contemporary take on detective Sherlock Holmes in New York City, starring Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu; “Vegas,” a drama inspired by a real-life sheriff and his battle with a mobster in 1960s Las Vegas, starring Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis; “Made in Jersey,” starring Janet Montgomery as a smart first-year lawyer with a working-class background practicing at a prestigious New York City firm; and “Partners,” a comedy about two very different life-long best friends and business partners, starting David Krumholtz and Michael Urie.

The network also reshuffled some of its show times, creating a comedy night on Monday with with its new comedy “Partners” and “2 Broke Girls” sandwiched in between “How I Met Your Mother” and “Mike & Molly.” The still-popular “Two and a Half Men” moves to Thursday nights.

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