TV News: CBS Announces Mid-Season Schedule With Few Changes

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CHICAGO – Unlike the massive housecleaning at NBC announced today, things won’t change much at mid-season for the #1 network in total viewers, but CBS did make official that the Rob Schneider vehicle “¡ROB!” will get the cozy post-“The Big Bang Theory” slot on Thursday nights, starting January 12th.

In other news, “Undercover Boss” will take the timeslot currently occupied by “The Amazing Race” on Sunday nights for a few weeks. The hit reality show will return at a later date. And the cockroach of comedies, the unkillable “Rules of Engagement” reportedly will as well.

To recap:
Thursdays, starting January 12th
7pm “The Big Bang Theory”
7:30pm “¡ROB!”
8pm “Person Of Interest”
9pm “The Mentalist”

Sundays, starting January 15th
6pm “60 Minutes”
7pm “Undercover Boss”
8pm “The Good Wife”
9pm “CSI: Miami”

The other five nights of the week will remain the same. content director Brian Tallerico

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