- A Gifted Man--Especially since 3 of the principal cast members (though not, surprisingly, Patrick Wilson) already have pilots for next year, an almost certain goner.
- CSI: NY/CSI: Miami--Will depend on drama development, though I'll be shocked if both survive, with the survivor getting a Friday slot (potentially split with Good Wife, which reruns poorly, skews inexplicably old, and hasn't delivered big in prime timeslots for CBS).
- Rules of Engagement--Has already reached the magic number for syndication, but performs decently wherever it's stuck. Toss-up.
- Rob--No one seems to particularly like it, but it's done OK out of Big Bang Theory. That said, CBS has a pretty robust comedy pilot slate, with Partners, Untitled Louis C.K. Project, and Super Fun Night all seeming like better fits with Big Bang than this. Expect it's a goner.
- Unforgettable--It's not performed measurably better than Good Wife did and has been the weak link in a night that CBS otherwise utterly dominates (at least in overall viewers), courtesy of NCIS. Either it's gone or it's shunted off to another night, with the primo launch spot given to a bright star, male-skewing, CBS drama pilot. (The Dennis Quaid/Michael Chiklis one would seem a logical fit.)
No formal renewal of 60 Minutes, but you have to assume that's a done deal. With so much returning, it's going to be interesting to see how CBS plays--they've been known for bold scheduling moves with hits (Big Bang to Thursdays being the last big one), and I wouldn't be shocked to see the NCIS twins split up next year.