Summer is cruising right along faster than a speeding bullet it seems!  Hope you're taking an occasional break from the sun and fun to watch a few of our summer favorites and new additions! 

Big Brother is experiencing the most TWISTED season ever!  Season 2 of Under The Dome has proven to be better than the first!  And you should definitely check out the new courtroom drama Reckless, the revamped Unforgettable, and the mystery-thriller Extant starring Halle Berry.

Hold on to your remotes because CBS has announced it's 2014-2015 line-up.  America's Most Watched Network has done it again, introducing 8 New Series, including 5 new shows for Fall, and NFL Thursday Night Football which kicks off on Sept 11.  We're happy to say on Thursday, Oct. 2, we'll carry the Packers/Vikings game!  Talk about a great rivalry and game!

The new Fall series include dramas Madam Secretary, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion, Stalker, plus the comedy The McCarthys

The Fall season starts off with The Big Bang Theory on Mondays, followed by the new drama Scorpion and then NCIS LAThe Big Bang Theory returns to Thursday nights Oct. 30.

Watch for the new CSI spinoff CSI: Cyber in the spring of 2015!  Patricia Arquette stars as the FBI Cyber Chief.  There are all kinds of new criminals and new crimes out there.  With Cyber threats being listed as the United States top danger last year, CSI: Cyber will have plenty of material to work with.

Battle Creek starring the handsome Josh Duhamel, and The Odd Couple both premiere later in the season.

You'll be glad to hear that 21 series return to television's strongest schedule!  Keep it on WISC-TV3 and CBS!

Don't forget to set those DVRs!

For a complete Fall program list for CBS Prime time, see below.


7:00 The Big Bang Theory / 2 Broke Girls (beginning Oct. 27)

7:30 Mom

8:00 Scorpion (NEW)

9:00 NCIS: Los Angeles


7:00 NCIS

8:00 NCIS: New Orleans (NEW)

9:00 Person of Interest


7:00 Survivor

8:00 Criminal Minds

9:00 Stalker (NEW)


7:00 Thursday Night Football (Sept. 11-Oct. 23) / The Big Bang Theory (beginning Oct. 30)