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Celebrities go Undercover Boss
April 26th, 2018 under CBS. [ Comments: none ]


Last season on Undercover Boss, they changed it up and had celebrities go undercover to discover new talent. Darius Rucker helped give some singers a really big break and Marcus Samuelsson did the same for chefs.

Starting on May 11th, CBS is doing a whole season of just celebrities. The first four celebs are Gabby Douglas, who will mentor gymnasts. The following week, Idina Menzel will look for the next Broadway stars. The third week goes to YouTube with Bethany Mota. For the fourth week, they scored a home run and a touch down with Deion Sanders as he searches for amazing football coaches.

All the celebrities will be given wigs, prosthetics and makeup to change up their looks. Except for the Wicked actress, they were all unrecognizable. I would never have known it was them, would you?

Like said, these are the first four celebrities, additional stars will be named at a later date. I cannot wait to see who they get next.

Undercover Boss is the most positive show on CBS. If you have never seen it before, then why not start with this season. Once you fall in love with it, you can watch the past seasons on Netflix.

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Code Black is back with an action-packed, emotional season!
April 25th, 2018 under CBS, Rob Lowe. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 10p, Code Black checks in for a third season on CBS. Mama (Luis Guzman) and Papa (Marcia Gay Harden) have their hand fulls at one of the busiest ERs in the country.

The episode starts off with the new interns and they are going to have a busy first day ahead of them. Col. Ethan Willis (Rob Lowe) is a field doctor this season and he is going to ride along with Rox Valenzuela (Moon Bloodgood). Their first case together is a shootout at a house where they have powder Fentanyl. They have to save the victims of both the gunshots and the ones who inhaled the drug. Both are equally as fatal.

While they are out in the field Dr. Leanne Roris (Harden) brings her foster daughter (Emily Alyn Lind) into work as a candy striper. Ariel will meet a boy with cancer and fall in love. Not only that she will learn a lot about life while she works at the hospital.

In the coming weeks, they will deal with a warehouse collapse, a road rage incident, a 12-year-old girl who is alone on a plane with her mom who is passed out, deadly wildfires, an accident at a step competition, a boat explosion, a kid who drinks boiling water, one of their own who is injured in a hit and run, and finally a plane crash.

If that is not enough to deal with, they have to deal with their personal lives too. There will be loss, love and so much more. They are a make-shift family in all of this madness.

Be prepared to laugh and cry with each episode. And next week get ready to dance along with a musical number that opens the show. There is a reason for it and the cast and crew went all out for this song and dance number.

Code Black is the perfect mix of medical and personal drama rolled into one great show. One that heats up our summer nights and gives us the adrenaline to get through the rest of week.

Whether you have seen this show before or tonight will be the first time, you will quickly be hooked on this thrilling medical drama that has a lot of heart as they are saving lives.

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CBS excommunicates Living Biblically, NBC isn’t as taken by Taken
April 19th, 2018 under CBS, NBC. [ Comments: none ]


CBS has decided they no longer are feeling righteous with their sitcom Living Biblically, so they are pulling it from the lineup effective immediately. The show that is produced by Johnny Galecki will be replaced by the one he stars in aka The Big Bang Theory. Is the news a surprise? I will ask you by asking you another question, “Did you even know it was on?” You are not alone, thus why they excommunicated it.

Last year, when NBC picked up Taken for a second season, people were like why? Back then, no one was watching the show based on the movie and now even fewer people are checking it out. If you are the one person that watched it, then you are in for a rude awakening tomorrow because it is no longer airing on Fridays. Come May 26th, the remaining episodes will air on Saturday nights.

Are you sad that either show is basically cancelled? Or are you saying praise Jesus for putting those shows out of misery?

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CBS picked 7 more dramas
April 18th, 2018 under CBS. [ Comments: 2 ]


CBS announced today that they picked up 7 dramas, 2 reality shows and 2 news programs for next season.

Bull, NCIS: New Orleans, Survivor, The Amazing Race, MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, NCIS: LA and Madam Secretary will join NCIS, SEAL Team, SWAT, The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Mom and Murphy Brown on CBS’s 2018-2019 fall schedule.

That is a lot of shows, so what is missing? Kevin Can Wait, Man with a Plan, Superior Donuts, Living Biblically, Scorpion, Criminal Minds, Life in Pieces and Instinct.

Of those, I think Scorpion and Criminal Minds are gone along with at least one hour of sitcoms. Which sitcoms won’t be back, I am not sure. The only one I am watching of the ones not picked up is Superior Donuts, so I hope it is back.

I also think that if Code Black and Elementary do well enough in the summer ratings, they will be back next summer.

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Happy sweet 16 to NCIS!
April 13th, 2018 under CBS. [ Comments: none ]


CBS announced today that NCIS and Mark Harmon will be back for season 16. Is the news a surprise? Of course not, it is still the most-watched drama in the overnights. It even beats This Is Us and The Good Doctor and it has been on so long it is a bratty teenager. While their cases are about dead people, this show is far from being a corpse.

NCIS joins SEAL Team, SWAT, The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Mom and Murphy Brown on CBS’s 2018-2019 lineup.

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