CBS has always been one of the most successful networks in terms of ratings because they know their audience. The show centers around the story of a Midwest man who moves his family to a neighborhood in Los Angeles where not everyone looks like him or appreciates his friendliness.
On Tuesday nights, viewers will be treated to a brand new drama called "FBI".
An "outspoken atheist" (Brandon Micheal Hall, "The Mayor") when he gets a social media friend request from God.
Another new CBS fall drama, which will air 8-9 Sunday, is "God Friended Me".
To make way for these newcomers, CBS dumped such veterans shows as "Scorpion" (with former Clevelander Robert Patrick) and "Kevin Can Wait". The dramas are: "The Red Line", starring Noah Wyle and following three vastly different Chicago families whose lives intersect after the mistaken shooting of an African-American doctor by a white cop; and "The Code", with Mira Sorvino having top billing in a drama about the Marine Corps' Judge Advocate Division.
Macy's higher into earnings
Following the transaction, the director now directly owns 16,184 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $473,382. The stock was trading on a volume of 26.74 million shares and the average volume of the stock remained 9.88 million shares.
Flood watch in effect; here's how much rain we could get
After storms earlier in the week, heavy rain forecasted for the region on Wednesday afternoon poses a risk of isolated flooding. A Flash Flood Watch means that there is the potential for flash flooding which can be life-threatening.
Oil holds near multi-year highs on Iran supply concerns
Britain must team up with Germany and France to do "everything we can" to salvage the deal, Admiral West said. Boeing separately struck another 30-airplane deal with Iran's Aseman Airlines for $3 billion at list prices.