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Case in point: A Gifted Man, a new drama starring Patrick Wilson as, in CBS's words, "a charismatic, ultra-motivated surgeon whose life changes forever when his deceased ex-wife, Anna (Jennifer Ehle), begins teaching him the meaning of life from the hereafter."
Exhibit Two: Unforgettable, a new Tuesday drama starring Poppy Montgomery--one of those performers CBS tries to build a show around every two years--as "an enigmatic former detective with a rare condition that makes her able to recall every place, every conversation, every moment of joy and every heartbreak in her life."
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CBS made room by junking two shows that did well on CTV this season, S#*! My Dad Says and The Defenders and by moving Undercover Boss to mid-season. CSI (Wednesdays at 10) and The Good Wife (Sundays at 9--does CBS smell desperation on ABC's Desperate Housewives?) are both smart moves.
CBS also has The 2-2 for mid-season, a new cop show from executive producer Robert De Niro which sounds like NYPD Rookie Blue.