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10 TV Shows You Probably Forgot Debuted Right After the Super Bowl

The long-term effect of airing a "special episode" of an established show in the plum Super Bowl lead-out position has waned in recent years.

Infographic: Do TV Shows Airing After the Super Bowl Gain Long-Term Viewers?

With the large, and usually record-setting, audience that tunes into the Super Bowl, the network fortunate enough to air it has a prime opportunity to showcase one of its top shows in the lead-out slot. However, despite the larger-than-usual audiences that tune in right after the game, few actually stick around in the subsequent weeks.

Déjà Vu All Over Again as CBS Renews 18 Series

In what has become a rite of spring, CBS on Thursday announced it has renewed 18 series for next season. 

CBS Pink-Slips The Job

CBS has pink-slipped its new unscripted effort The Job after just two episodes.

CBS: If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

CBS viewers can expect to see a lot of familiar faces next fall, as the network has locked up all but four hours of its 2012-13 prime-time schedule. The broadcaster announced today that it has renewed 18 series for next season, a sweeping effort that includes four comedies, nine dramas and three unscripted programs.

The Programming Insider: Monday 4/18/11

Prime-Time Ratings: Weekend Results Friday 4/15/11: Note: The following results are based on the fast affiliate ratings (Live Plus Same Day data). Household Rating/Share: CBS:  4.3/ 8, NBC: 3.4/ 6, ABC: 3.1/ 5,  Fox: 2.3/ 4, CW: 1.4/ 2 Total Viewers: CBS: 6.90 million, NBC: 4.97, ABC: 4.90, Fox: 3.72, CW: 2.27. Adults 18-49: