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Topic: Made in Jersey

Fuhgeddaboudit: CBS Cancels Made in Jersey

Low-rated Friday night legal drama first to get the ax

CBS announced today that it has pulled the plug on its Friday night legal drama Made In Jersey, making it the first casualty of the fall TV season. After premiering Sept. 28…

Gray Gardens: Broadcast Audience Older Than Ever

Aging viewership coincides with steep ratings declines

If the low turnout for the new fall TV series weren’t reason enough to start gobbling SSRIs, the early median-age data could find all but the sturdiest broadcast executives scrambling…

The Devil Is in the Details

Little fire for demonic ABC drama ‘666 Park Avenue’

ABC’s decision to bundle returning hits Once Upon a Time and Revenge in its Sunday night drama block appears to have paid off, as both series premiered to strong numbers.…

Fall TV Preview: All That Glitters…

The season promises a trove of shiny new shows, but only a few will end up good as gold

In its bounty of unknown pleasures, each new broadcast television season is a lot like Christmas or your eighth birthday. Wrapped in brightly colored paper, festooned with ribbons and bows,…

CBS Takes the Wraps Off Fall Premiere Schedule

Four new series to bow the week of Sept. 24

The unofficial motto of CBS may as well be “If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It,” and that laissez-faire philosophy informs everything from the network’s programming slate to its fall…

CBS Upfront: Sales Pitch or Victory Lap?

Les is more as Moonves screens new drama series

CBS on Wednesday kicked off its 2012-13 upfront presentation with what amounted to a victory lap, as executives went to novel (and sometimes gonzo) efforts to celebrate the network’s ratings…

No Major Surprises as CBS Unveils Fall Lineup

Network plots four new series, shifts ‘Two and a Half Men’ to Thursdays

As befits its status as the most-watched television network on the dial, CBS is also the most stable. While its rivals scramble to fill holes and put out fires, CBS…

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