CBS love for “Mad Love” = “Rules of Engagement” ends “$#*! My Dad Says” rookie season early

CBS announced a series of schedule changes yesterday for three of its sitcoms:

  1. New midseason comedy, Mad Love, starring Jason Biggs, Sarah Chalke, Tyler Labine and Judy Greer, will debut a week earlier than planned to coincide with Valentine's Day on Monday, Feb. 14.
  2. It'll take the 8:30 p.m. Monday slot currently occupied by Rules of Engagement, which will pop back up on the schedule Feb. 24. at 8:30 p.m. Thursdays.
  3. That means your final chance to catch rookie blog-to-book-to-sitcom $#*! My Dad Says will be Thursday, Feb. 17, completing its first 18-episode season. CBS has not yet decided on whether to renew it for the fall.

You'll still get plenty of Shat on your TV in 2011 as the third season of William Shatner's Shatner's Raw Nerve returns to the Bio Channel on Jan. 31.

Sean L. McCarthy

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2 thoughts on “CBS love for “Mad Love” = “Rules of Engagement” ends “$#*! My Dad Says” rookie season early

  1. S#*! My Dad Says is the Best show on your network. I Never watch rules of engagement, and giving the better show’s slot to it, won’t endear it any more to a watcher. Thanks for the free time though. I was beginning to be afraid all the good shows were on your network.

  2. The best shows on CBS are $#*! My Dad Says, The Mentalist, The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Mad Love, Criminal Minds and CSI.

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