The CBS series, The Inspectors centers on the postal inspector namely Amanda Wainright. She is a single mom who works for the US postal service as an inspector. She investigates and solves the crimes related to customer frauds and US mail scams. She also has a disabled teenaged son, Preston, who is really determined to help his mother and prove himself a worthy candidate for the Inspection Service in future. The series stars Terry Serpico, Bret Green, Jessica Lundy, Erica Marie Sanchez, Harrison Knight, and Charmin Lee.
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Are you upset about some of your favorite shows getting canceled? Looking forward to new shows this fall? Look no further. Kevin James (King of Queens, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Grown Ups) is back this fall in a new irresistible comedy series on CBS. In his new show, Kevin Can Wait, he plays a newly retired police officer who is adjusting to his new life and looking forward to quality time with his family and fellow retired cops.
The synopsis of the show is Kevin’s oldest daughter announcing to her parents that she is going to drop out of college and take care of her fiance. The only way to keep her in school, Kevin realizes, is to move them both into his home. Fun and hilarity ensue when his family becomes his new beat.
Erinn Hayes, Taylor Spreitler, Mary-Charles Jones, James Digiacomo, Ryan Cartwright, Leonard Earl Howze, Lenny Venito and Gary Valentine co-star. Kevin James executive produces with show runner Bruce Helford, Rock Reuben, Jeff Sussman and Andy Fickman. Kevin James, Bruce Helford and Rock Reuben wrote the script.
Catch this show this fall, Mondays on CBS at 8:30/7:30 CT
Next week will be the end of Season 13 of NCIS and the last episode Michael Weatherly will play the character, Anthony DiNozzo Jr. Fans of the show who are devastated to lose Weatherly, won’t have to wait long to see him back on the t.v. According to E! News, CBS has picked up Weatherly’s new show, Bull, which will be aired 2016-2017. CBS’ Upfront presentation isn’t until May 18th, so we’re not sure when exactly it will be aired yet.
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Inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, Bull is a show that focuses on the wonderful, charming, crass Dr. Bull (Weatherly), who pulls the strings in the background and mixes psychology, human intuition, and high tech data to figure out what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses, and the accused- tick.
Keep your eyes peeled next fall to check out Michael Weatherly’s new show, Bull.
CBS has come up with a reality television show “Hunted” which is a one of its kind show. The prospect of being lost and found enthralls as the game gets serious in a real world setting.
Do you think it is possible to be lost in the time of GPS and smart devices able to detect the remotest locations? Is it possible to hide from the professional hunters who would find you with their skills and knowledge? If the idea of getting lost in a set up, making it challenging for others to find you, appeals to you, then this reality television show is just your chance to go for it.
You disappear, the Hunter team finds you. The competition gets complex and ferocious among the teams and since it is one of a unique type, the prize for the winner of the competition is also quite worth it . It won’t be easy, though, to not get caught and win the competition, since the “Hunted” team comprises of skilled professionals and trackers who won’t be easy to dodge for any of the participants. Continue reading Extras for CBS series “Hunted”→
Big Brother is a hit reality game show where the contestants are a set of people, also called the house guests, live in a huge custom-built house. It is aired on CBS and has been one of the longest running reality TV shows to air on CBS. Under constant surveillance, the house guests are cut off completely from the external environment. They are not allowed to talk to people who are not part of the household. The name of the show has been inspired from George Orwell’s character called Big Brother from the novel Nineteen Eighty Four.
Every individual season does the shooting for a period of approximately 3 months. There are around twelve to fifteen shortlisted participants in the end.
There are competitions held weekly and the outcome can result in the eviction of a particular house guest. There is a grand prize of $500,000 for the person who wins in the end. Big Brother is looking for house guests for their newest season and people may walk-in to the open casting call locations without booking an appointment.