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First Look: CBS Releases Previews for “Mom,” “We are Men,” “Hostages”

CBS was not without its scheduling challenges this season, but as the most successful network, The Eye was left with far fewer vacancies ahead of upfront season.  As a result, it could only bring a handful of new series into the mix.

Comedy highlights include Chuck Lorre’s heavily-hyped “Moms,” new “How I Met Your Mother” lead-out “We Are Men” and Robin Williams-starrer “The Crazy Ones.”  Though recasting is underway for the Michael Rapaport and Mary Elizabeth Ellis roles, upcoming “The Big Bang Theory” lead-out “The Millers” has also been generating some buzz.

The fall’s lone dramatic addition is “Hostages;” series like “Intelligence” and “Reckless” are due at midseason, as is comedy “Friends with Better Lives.”

Preview videos for five of CBS’ new fall series follow:

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Written by Brian Cantor

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