The network announced that five new shows will debut this fall, followed by a sixth in midseason.
Monday nights will begin at 8pm with How I Met Your Mother, followed by new series 2 Broke Girls at 8.30pm. Two and a Half Men will air at 9pm, followed by the second seasons of Mike & Molly and Hawaii Five-0.
Tuesdays will see NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles airing from 8pm, while new series Unforgettable will be broadcast at 10pm. The show stars Poppy Montgomery as a former police detective who has a flawless memory and can't forget anything except the details that would help solve her sister's murder.
Survivor will air on Wednesdays at 8pm, followed by Criminal Minds at 9pm. CSI will be broadcast at 10pm, in a move from its previous Thursday night slot.
Thursdays will begin with The Big Bang Theory at 8pm, while new comedy How To Be A Gentleman will air at 8.30pm. J.J. Abrams's new thriller Person Of Interest, which stars Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson as a former CIA agent and a billionaire who team up to solve crimes, will air at 9pm. The Mentalist, meanwhile, will be broadcast at 10pm.
Friday nights will begin at 8pm with new series A Gifted Man, which stars Patrick Wilson, Jennifer Ehle and Julie Benz. The show focuses on a surgeon whose late ex-wife begins contacting him from the afterlife. CSI:NY and Blue Bloods will air at 9pm and 10pm respectively.
Rules Of Engagement moves to Saturday nights at 8pm, followed by Comedytime Saturday, Crimetime Saturday and 48 Hours Mystery.
On Sundays, The Amazing Race will air at 8pm and will be followed by The Good Wife, which is moving from its previous Tuesday night slot. CSI: Miami will air at 10pm.
CBS also picked up new series The 2-2, which will air in midseason. The show, which comes from Robert De Niro, follows six new NYPD recruits.
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