TV adpations Limitless and Rush hour receive full season orders whilst CBS cancel Stalker and Battle Creek, 2015 to 2016 schedule released

Published On May 12, 2015 » 528 Views» By Darren Dimmick » News, TV
..CBS 2015 to 2016 TV schedule.
Although it seems that CBS have cancelled some under performing series from last season, CBS slate for 2015 to 2016 is looking very exciting with some new additions.

First off it seems that the network have gone with running one last series of CSI:: Crime Scene Investigation, to give the long running series a proper send off.  But for those of you that love the CSI franchise CSI: Cyber is set to see a season renewal.

The Dylan McDermott and Maggie Q fronted crime series ‘Stalker’ has been cancelled by the network, with it seeming that early on the show had promise but with the intermittent breaks it seems audiences just lost interest.

Other shows set to face the chop are comedy series The McCarthy which has been expected for a while, as well Battle Creek the show from the creator of ‘Breaking Bad’.

With no surprises the following series have all been given the go ahead for seasons renewals, Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, Elementary, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Person Of Interest, , The Good Wife and The Odd Couple, this also includs Criminal Minds which has not even had contracts signed with the cast .

Other series that are on CBS slate and were confirmed for renewal last month are, 2 Broke Girls, The Big Bang Theory, Madam Secretary, Mike & Molly, Mom, NCIS: New Orleans and Scorpion.

But the most exciting news for CBS is the series order for the DC Comics series Supergirl, which is being helmed by the creator of both Arrow and The Flash.  Also on the new series order list is TV Adaptions Limitless and Rush Hour.

Another series to receive a full season order is Criminal Minds Spin off, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.  the show follows a division of the FBI that helps American citizens who find themselves in danger abroad. Gordon, Erica Messer and Nick Pepper.

Back in 2011 CBS attempted a spin of series with Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, but even though it was fronted by Academy award winner Forester Whitaker it was quickly taken of air after just 13 Episodes.

The final series to pick up a full season order is Medical drama Code Black, from Michael Seitzman and ABC Studios.

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