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Already previously announced to return for the 2016-17 season were NCIS and The Big Bang Theory. A whole whackload just joined them. CBS dished out show renewals to 11 series.

On the drama side, Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, Elementary, Scorpion, Madam Secretary, NCIS: Los Angeles, and NCIS: New Orleans booked return gigs. Meanwhile, Mom and 2 Broke Girls will continue to make viewers laugh. Reality veterans, Survivor and The Amazing Race, also picked up more cycles.

Find out below which shows are still in limbo. Surprisingly, Supergirl is still among them.

find out which ones aren’t safe yet

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Over the weekend, NBC taped its tribute to director James Burrows who recently directed this 1,000th sitcom episode. Cast members from Cheers, Frasier, Taxi, Will & Grace and other beloved comedies reunited for the special occasion. The peacock network won’t air the tribute until February 21 but thanks to an Instagram photo, we have a pretty epic preview.

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along with her Big Bang Theory co-stars posed with the Friends cast minus Matthew Perry for a group photo. It’s great seeing the Central Perk crew together once again. Check out the photo below which Cuoco captioned, “Ummmm NIGHT MADE. Can’t breathe #friends meets #bbt @bigbangtheory_cbs I died and went to heaven.”

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James Burrows recently achieved a huge milestone. The 75-year-old directed an episode of NBC’s Crowded. This marked the 1,000th one of his career. To celebrate this feat, NBC is throwing a huge tribute special to honor the veteran director.

“There is nobody with better TV comedy instincts than Jimmy Burrows, and because of his guiding hand these remarkable shows will be forever celebrated and stand the test of time,” said Paul Telegdy, President, Alternative and Late Night Programming, NBC Entertainment, in a statement. “The caliber of talent joining us to celebrate Jimmy’s accomplishments is a testament to his imprint in television history.”

Cast members from Friends, Cheers, Frasier, Will & Grace, The Big Bang Theory, Crowded, Taxi, Two and a Half Men and Mike & Molly are all scheduled to attend the taping. The network will air the special on February 21. Find out below who’s reuniting with their former cast members and who’s not.

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Game Of Thrones Most Pirated Show In 2015

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For the fourth straight year in a row, Game of Thrones has the dubious honor of being the most pirated show. The HBO fantasy show handily beat the competition with 14.4 million downloads. Landing in a distant second place was The Walking Dead with 6,900,000 estimated downloads.

According to TorrentFreak who compiles the annual list, there is no sign that TV-show piracy is declining. Definitely bad news for Hollywood. “The download numbers for the most popular shows continues to rise, sometimes exceeding the number of traditional viewers in the US.”

Check out what other shows cracked the Top 10 list below.

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The 2014-15 television season has officially come to an end. CBS remains the the most watched broadcast network with NBC winning the coveted demo for the second year in a row. However, when you remove sports events out of the equation, ABC did quite well. It landed seven programs in the Top 20.

Speaking of the alphabet network, they exceeded in terms of diversity. Scandal was the top returning drama in the coveted 18-49 demo while black-ish and How To Get Away With Murder was the top new comedy and second top new drama respectively in the demo. All of which had African-American leads. FOX’s Empire, though, took top honors as the best new program of the season.

Dancing with the Stars was the top reality show, while NCIS and The Big Bang Theory were the top drama and top comedy respectively with regards to overall viewers. Check out the Top 50 shows from the past season below.

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All I have to say is if US Weekly’s report is true then this sitcom actress is one lucky beyotch. Seriously, what I wouldn’t give to see Henry Cavill in the flesh, let alone touch that sculpted Man of Steel body of his. Not only does this blond actress star in a huge comedy hit, but she’s the leading lady in Cavill’s life. Find out who’s rumored to be in a secret relationship with Superman below.

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The Americans Lead 2013 TCA Awards Nominations

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With Emmy nominations around the corner, it’s time for the critics to sift through all the networks’ offerings and pick the best of the best. The nominations for this year’s Television Critics Association Awards have been unveiled.

Leading the pack with a total of four nominations is FX’s The Americans. The drama starring Keri Russell about KGB spies nabbed Program of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in Drama, Outstanding New Program and Individual Achievement in Drama nominations. Thanks to The Americans, FX was the top dog among networks with seven nominations. CBS, NBC and HBO follow with six apiece, and AMC picks up five nods.

“These were not easy choices for our 200-plus members,” TCA President Candace Havens says of the nominations. “The past TV season was filled with deserving people and programs, and these are the cream of the crop.”

Other dramas with multiple nods include Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones and House of Cards. Top comedy honorees were Veep, The New Girl and Parks and Recreation. For all you lovers of vintage television, you might be interested to know that All In The Family, Star Trek, Twin Peaks, Saturday Night Live and Lost are all competing for the Heritage Award. Check out all the nominations below.

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Mayim Bialik: Blossoming To Science

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When I was a kid, at one time one of my favorite TV shows was definitely Blossom. “Don’t know about the future, that’s anybody’s guess / A’int no good-a-reason for gettin’ all depressed.” I still remember all the words to the theme song!

After the show ended, Mayim Bialik (who played Blossom) decided she didn’t want to act anymore and wanted to pursue her interests in neuroscience. More recently, she made a comeback in The Big Bang Theory and put her neuroscience to work. Such a fascinating woman!

In a new video for PBS’s “The Secret Life of Scientists,” Blossom talks about her double life in acting and neuroscience in a special segment called “Mayam Bialik: Blossoming Into Science.” The PBS show is an Emmy-nominated web video series and site from the makers of the acclaimed science series, PBS’s NOVA. Each episode profiles one of today’s leading scientists, and shows what happens when the lab coats come off. Watch the episode below!

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