Updated 12:12 PM EST, Sat, Nov 27, 2021

CBS TV Slate: See The List of Renewed & Canceled Shows Here

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The list of CBS shows for the fall season has been released, and among the ones that will have their slots for their regularly scheduled programming include "Person of Interest", "Hawaii Five-O", "The Good Wife", and "CSI: Cyber", as noted by IGN.

And if you're wondering, it also seems that the original "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is not on the list, with the news outlet saying that the ratings have dipped for the show. But, considering its long run, it would probably be getting a sort of send-off in a version of a truncated season with as few as six episodes, or a TV-movie, IGN added.

The rest of the scripted series renewals, as listed by Deadline, include "Survivor," "The Amazing Race," "Undercover Boss," "60 Minutes," "48 Hours," "The Odd Couple," "NCIS," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Criminal Minds," "Elementary," and "Blue Bloods."

Deadline noted, however, that the renewal for "Criminal Minds" came before the cast closed deals for their next season, which is not new for this network-production relationship. Talks with actors are said to still be in the works since the show was asked to trim their budget. On the other hand, while negotiations are ongoing for this, a newly picked spinoff has also been set, titled "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders."

Then of course, as IGN assured, for fans of Sheldon Cooper and the nerds, "The Big Bang Theory" will stay on the network until at least its tenth season, which is very well, considering the uproar if there's nothing to follow the recently-wrapped Season 8, which left the fans in a heartbreaking cliffhanger. Along with "The Big Bang Theory" are two other previously renewed comedies, "Mike & Molly" and "2 Broke Girls."

While fans of these shows can breathe a sigh of relief for another season, there are some prayers that have not been heard as CBS didn't order further episodes for comedies such as "The McCarthys" and "The Millers," the first of which was supposed to be a new show set to air this year, as reported by CS Monitor. "Stalker" and "Battle Creek" also got the ax, and although it may sound brutal, it has actually been noted that CBS actually has a lower percentage of show casualties compared to others, as networks like Fox, NBC, and ABC have canceled a lot more shows than CBS did this year, among which are "Selfie," "Manhattan Love Story," and even "The Mindy Project."

What do you think about CBS's decisions this year?

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