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CBS Releases 2014-2015 Television Schedule, Announces 'Two & a Half Men' Ending After Next Season

CBS Releases 2014-2015 Television Schedule, Announces 'Two & a Half Men' Ending After Next Season

The CBS network has just released its 2014-15 television schedule, and there’s some interesting changes to report!

The network has decided to move its hit show The Big Bang Theory to Mondays at 8pm EST. New additions include eight new shows plus Thursday Night football.

In addition, the network announced that Two and a Half Men, starring Ashton Kutcher, would be ending next season.

“These eight new series and THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL add to the strength and stability of a Network that is returning 21 shows,” Nina Tassler, Chairman, CBS Entertainment said in a statement. “They will be part of an all-season, year-round strategy of original programming that starts in the summer with Under the Dome and Extant, rolls into the fall with football and new series premieres, and extends into 2015 with the launch of more new and returning shows.”

Click inside for the new schedule…

MONDAY

8 PM The Big Bang Theory/2 Broke Girls

8:30 PM Mom

9 PM SCORPION

10 PM NCIS: Los Angeles

TUESDAY

8 PM NCIS

9 PM NCIS: NEW ORLEANS

10 PM Person of Interest

WEDNESDAY

8 PM Survivor

9 PM Criminal Minds

10 PM STALKER

THURSDAY

NFL FOOTBALL/

8 PM The Big Bang Theory

8:30 PM The Millers

9 PM Two and a Half Men

9:30 PM THE MCCARTHYS

10 PM Elementary

FRIDAY

The Amazing Race

9 PM Hawaii Five-0

10 PM Blue Bloods

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

60 Minutes

8 PM MADAM SECRETARY

9 PM The Good Wife

10 PM CSI/CSI: CYBER

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4 Responses to “CBS Releases 2014-2015 Television Schedule, Announces 'Two & a Half Men' Ending After Next Season”

  1. 1
    Jo Says:

    Crap network

  2. 2
    LouLou Says:

    It’s about time.

  3. 3
    FINALLY! Says:

    It’s about time they cancel 2andahalfmen! That show went too crap after Sheen left. It was going down some before Sheen left due to bad writing. Next 2BrokeGirls.

  4. 4
    Joelle Says:

    The show focusing on raunchy Alan was a bad idea. He could barely get a date when Charlie Sheen was on the show. Ashton shows up as a rich handsome guy and HE can’t get a date, but Alan have women falling all over him? Yeah, right. The direction of the show was bad, bad. Then the lesbian character came on with really nothing to do on the show. By that time they were reaching for straws. Charlie Sheen being his douchey self was golden.

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