CBS isn't about to forget two of its new dramas.
The network announced today that it's ordered full seasons of two of its fall contenders.
So which shows made the cut and which one is still sweating it out? And where do the rest of the networks stand?
CBS has picked up J.J. Abrams' Michael Emerson starrer Person of Interest and the crime drama Unforgettable. Patrick Wilsons medical drama with a ghost twist A Gifted Man has yet to be picked up. The network has already given a full-season order to 2 Broke Girls and canceled (though not officially yet) How to Be a Gentleman.
The pick up of Person of Interest should come as no shock as the show has been a solid performer on Thursday nights, bringing in 14 million viewers and a 3.0 rating/10 share in adults 18-49. Unforgettable, which stars Poppy Montgomery, also averages around 14 million viewers and a 3.3/8 on Tuesday nights.
In case you needed a recap: ABC has picked up Revenge and Suburgatory, while Fox has only given New Girl a full-season order. At the CW, all three freshman shows (Secret Circle, Ringer and Hart of Dixie) live to see a back nine and Up All Night and Whitney will stick around at NBC.
Excited to see more of Unforgettable and Person of Interest? Would you like to see A Gifted Man stick around? Sound off in the comments!