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CBS shifts hits, adds 4 new shows for Fall 2012 schedule

CBS on Wednesday morning revealed its primetime schedule for the 2012-13 TV season and the big news is timeslot reshuffling. "Two and a Half Men" moves to Thursdays after "The Big Bang Theory," while "2 Broke Girls" shifts to "Men's" 8 p.m. Monday spot. "The Mentalist" will replace canceled "CSI: Miami" at 9 p.m. Sundays.

Oh yeah, the network also presented seven new series. The dramas "Elementary," "Vegas" and "Made in Jersey," along with sitcom "Partners" will bow this fall. The comedy "Friend Me," drama "Golden Boy" and the reality series "The Job" join the line-up at midseason, when "Undercover Boss" also returns.

Find descriptions and photos of the new shows here.

CBS 2012-2013 SCHEDULE
(New programs in UPPER CASE ITAL; all times CT)

MONDAY
7 p.m.: "How I Met Your Mother"
7:30 p.m.: "PARTNERS"
8 p.m.: "2 Broke Girls"
8:30 p.m.: "Mike & Molly"
9 p.m.: "Hawaii Five-0"

TUESDAY
7 p.m.: "NCIS"
7:30 p.m.: "NCIS: LA"
9 p.m.: "VEGAS"

WEDNESDAY
7 p.m.: "Survivor"
8 p.m.: "Criminal Minds"
9 p.m.: "CSI"

THURSDAY
7 p.m.: "The Big Bang Theory"
7:30 p.m.: "Two and a Half Men"
8 p.m.: "Person of Interest"
9 p.m.: "ELEMENTARY"

FRIDAY
7 p.m.: "CSI: NY"
8 p.m.: "MADE IN JERSEY"
9 p.m.: "Blue Bloods"

SATURDAY
7 p.m.: Crimetime Saturday, aka Repeats

SUNDAY
6 p.m.: "60 Minutes"
7 p.m.: "The Amazing Race"
8 p.m.: "The Good Wife"
9 p.m.: "The Mentalist"

Shows that will not return: "CSI: Miami," "A Gifted Man," "How To Be A Gentleman," "NYC 22," "Rob," "Unforgettable" and "CHAOS." OTHER CANCELED SHOWS.

NEW MIDSEASON REALITY SERIES
THE JOB
From reality show masters Michael Davies ("Who Wants To Be A Millionaire," "Watch What Happens Live") and Mark Burnett ("Survivor," "The Voice") comes a new reality series, THE JOB, where every week talented candidates are chosen from across the country for a chance to win their dream job at one of America's most prestigious companies. Host Lisa Ling guides participants through several rounds of the most intense interviews of their lives, including challenges ranging from an on-the-spot quiz to assess their knowledge of the company to deadline-driven tasks while spending a day on the job. But the candidates aren't the only ones in the hot seat. Adding to the pressure, a rival company is also present and waiting for an opportunity to swoop in and steal any of the contenders by making a competing offer. The participant must then decide immediately whether they will take the rival's offer or stay in the competition in the hope that they are the last one standing for this once-in-a-lifetime job opportunity. Produced by Sony Pictures Television and Embassy Row.  

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