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CBS Renews 11 Shows, Including ‘Mom,’ ‘Madam Secretary,’ ‘Amazing Race’

”Scorpion“ and ”2 Broke Girls“ also get new season pick ups

CBS has given new season pick ups to 11 of its shows, TheWrap has learned.

The following series will live to air another year on the broadcast network.

· “Blue Bloods”

· “Elementary”

· “Hawaii Five-O”

· “Madam Secretary”

· “Mom”

· “NCIS: Los Angeles”

· “NCIS: New Orleans”

· “Scorpion”

· “2 Broke Girls”

· “Survivor”

· “The Amazing Race”

“The Big Bang Theory” and “NCIS” were previously renewed by CBS. Absent from the list are freshmen series “Supergirl,” “Limitless,” “Life in Pieces” and “Code Black.”

However, CBS chairman Les Moonves had previously said that the network plans to renew all of its freshman series that have debuted this season.

The CBS CEO made his remarks this morning at the Deutsche Bank Media, Internet & Telecom Conference. While there have been no official renewal announcements yet, Moonves does not typically speak haphazardly. Plus, he’s the boss.

The new CBS series “Rush Hour” will premiere on March 31, while “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” premiered on March 16.

“Angel From Hell” starring Jane Lynch and Maggie Lawson was already canceled, so maybe not all-all new shows, exactly.

We doubt Moonves was speaking about an early renewal before a series debut, so in all likelihood, he misremembered the Jane Lynch sitcom’s fate.

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