Last week, the network announced the renewal of TWO AND A HALF MEN for an 11th season, although the fate of co-star Angus T. Jones, who plays the “half” man, Jake, was still subject to contract negotiations. He didn’t appear as often this past season because of a military storyline. He is said to be interested in pursuing college and music, but after a controversial religious video in which he slammed the show went viral, many have speculated about what his future with the show might be.
Only newcomers PARTNERS and MADE IN JERSEY were canceled from last season.
The remaining shows on CBS’s prime time lineup are still waiting to hear their fates. Those shows are RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, VEGAS, THE GOLDEN BOY and CSI:NY.
Which shows are you most excited to see returning for another season?
CBS is ordering new seasons of two of its hit Sunday night reality shows, it announced Monday, as planning begins for the 2011-12 TV season.
Both THE AMAZING RACE and UNDERCOVER BOSS will be back next season.
In THE AMAZING RACE, teams race around the globe following clues that take them to exotic locations. Each week, the team in last place is eliminated. The first team to reach the finish line reaches the top prize of a million dollars. The show, hosted by Phil Keoghan, premiered in 2001 and is currently in its 18th “season.”
UNDERCOVER BOSS puts CEOs of companies in disguise, then sends them to work in their own factories and stores, so that the powers that be get a reality check about life at the bottom of their corporate totem pole. The show premiered in February of 2010.
It’s time to talk season finales! May on CBS will bring the big finales to THE AMAZING RACE and SURVIVOR: HEROES VS. VILLIANS, plus cliffhangers for your favorite regular series.
We’ve made a list of the biggest shows and brief descriptions of what you can expect. So get your calendars and jot down these dates because you’ll definitely want to make sure you’re tuned in to LIVE 5 WCSC: Continue reading →