See which serialized TV shows have already been renewed for the 2015-16 season
There’s no end in sight for Scorpion, if Nick Santora has his way
A SPECIAL 90-MINUTE ORIGINAL EPISODE OF “SCORPION” TO FOLLOW THE SERIES PREMIERE OF “SUPERGIRL,” MONDAY, OCT. 26
COMIC-CON® 2015 TO FEATURE THE MOST CBS SERIES PANELS EVER! Four CBS Shows to Make Their Panel Debuts… …Joining Four of the Network’s Popular Comic-Con Alums “Limitless,” “Zoo,” “Extant,” “Scorpion” and “Under the Dome” to Have Consecutive CBS Television Studio Panels with First-Look Video Content, Thursday, July 9 Warner Bros. […]
CBS TELEVISION STUDIOS PRESENTS BACK-TO-BACK-TO-BACK BLOCKBUSTER PANELS AT COMIC-CON 2015 ON THURSDAY, JULY 9
CBS Fall 2015 Premiere Dates: Supergirl, Limitless & More
CBS announced today the storylines for its 2014-2015 season finales, featuring dramatic conclusions, big reveals and a couple of weddings.
Stalker has snared an official return date. After disappearing from the schedule with three first-season episodes to run amid confusion on when and if the drama…
Scorpion is about to get a lot more serialized, according to Eddie Kaye Thomas.
The producers behind Scorpion say they’ve always known how the first season will end.
CBS has renewed Madam Secretary and Scorpion for Season 2.