NEW YORK (AP) — CBS may be the most popular television network but that didn't stop its executives from shaking things up for the fall by axing seven series and moving four established shows to new nights.
The network also said Wednesday it is adding five new shows for the fall, including a Tom Selleck drama, a William Shatner comedy and a remake of "Hawaii Five-O."
For Mondays CBS scheduled a modern revival of the 1970s cop drama "Hawaii Five-O" with Daniel Dae Kim, fresh from the Hawaii-based "Lost," in the cast. Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan also star.
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