CBS is no longer in a CSI: NY state of mind. And it’s leaving Vegas.
Sources confirm that the Eye Network has cancelled both shows.
Also put out to pasture: Longtime utility player Rules of Engagement and rookie cop drama Golden Boy.
The decision to ax CSI: NY, which was widely expected, leaves just one CSI show — the still-kicking mothership — on CBS’ air. The fate of freshman drama Vegas, meanwhile, was essentially sealed when CBS demoted it to Friday night.
Rules of Engagement will conclude its miraculous seven-year, 100-episode run on Monday, May 20.
TVLine’s Renewal Scorecard has been updated.
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2 Broke Girls: Renewed
48 Hour Mystery: Renewed
60 Minutes: Renewed
Blue Bloods: Renewed
Criminal Minds: Renewed
CSI: New York
Hawaii Five-0: Renewed
How I Met Your Mother: Renewed
Mike & Molly: Renewed
NCIS: Los Angeles: Renewed
Person of Interest: Renewed
The Amazing Race: Renewed
The Big Bang Theory: Renewed
The Good Wife: Renewed
The Mentalist: Renewed
Two and a Half Men: Renewed
Undercover Boss: Renewed
A Gifted Man: Canceled
CSI: Miami: Canceled
How to Be a Gentleman: Canceled
NYC 22: Canceled
Rules of Engagement: TBD
Friend Me, from Raising Hope’s Alan Kirschenbaum and Ajay Sahgal, follows 20-something best friends who move to Los Angeles to begin their exciting new lives working at Groupon. Eric Tannenbaum and Kim Tannenbaum will also executive-produce.
Golden Boy (2012)
The one-hour drama chronicles one cop’s meteoric rise from officer to detective to Police Commissioner. Nicholas Wootton will write and executive-produce alongside Berlanti, who also has set up drama pilots at Fox (Guilty) and The CW (Arrow).
Made In New Jersey (AKA: Baby Big Shot)
The Janet Montgomery-led drama – about a working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at a Manhattan law firm – is the latest hour heading to series at the Eye. Dana Calvo penned the project for Jamie Tarses and Julia Franz’s Sony Pictures Television-based FanFare Productions. Erin Cummings, Felix Solis, Kyle MacLachlan, Pablo Schreiber, Stephanie March and Toni Trucks co-star while Kevin Falls will serve as showrunner.
Partners, from Emmy winners David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, is the personal story of two lifelong friends and business partners whose friendship has lasted longer than any of their romantic relationships. When one decides to propose to his girlfriend, the other’s neurotic attempts to be supportive nearly result in a breakup.
The Lisa Ling-hosted reality competition – in which five contestants will go head-to-head for the chance to score their dream job at one of America’s most prestigious companies – has made the cut for Eye’s 2012-13 season lineup. James Sunderland, Mark Burnett and Michael Davies are all behind the project, which is being co-produced by Embassy Row Productions, Mark Burnett Productions and Sony Pictures Television.
The period drama – about Ralph Lamb (Dennis Quaid), the cowboy-turned-Las Vegas sheriff in the 1960s – rounded out the Eye’s wave of 2012-13 season pickups. Greg Walker and Nicholas Pileggi are behind the project, which comes from CBS Television Studios, director James Mangold, and fellow executive producers Arthur Sarkissian and Cathy Konrad. Carrie-Anne Moss, James Russo, Jason O’Mara, Michael Chiklis, Michael O’Neill, Michael Reilly Burke and Taylor Handley round out the hefty ensemble.