The last of the major networks has announce it's Fall Line up (sorry CW). CBS has a interesting list of shows including a Sherlock Holmes show starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu.

"Elementary":  A Sherlock Holmes drama set in present day New York City, with Jonny Lee Miller as Holmes, and Lucy Liu as "Watson."

"Vegas":  A drama set in the '60s that's based on the true story of Ralph Lamb, a rodeo cowboy who became the sheriff of Las Vegas.It stars Dennis Quaid as the sheriff Michael Chiklis from "The Shield" as a gangster from Chicago and Carrie-Anne Moss, who played Trinity in the "Matrix" trilogy, as an assistant district attorney.

"Made in Jersey":  A legal drama about "a young working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete at a prestigious New York law firm."

"Partners":  A sitcom starring David Krumholtz from "Numb3rs" and Michael Urie from "Ugly Betty" as two architects, whose life-long "bromance" is tested when David's character gets engaged. Michael's character is gay  just like his "Ugly Betty" character.  He's also gay in real life.  Former Superman Brandon Routh plays his boyfriend, who's described as a "vegan nurse."  Sophia Bush from "One Tree Hill" plays the other guy's fiancée.

"Golden Boy":  A police drama about "an ambitious cop who becomes the youngest police commissioner in the history of New York City."

"Friend Me":  A comedy about, quote, "two 20-something best friends who just moved from Indiana to Los Angeles to start cool new jobs, but can't agree on how to socially engage in their new city." One of them likes to go out.  But the other, Christopher Mintz-Plasse  a.k.a. McLovin from "Superbad" prefers to "socialize online at home in his underwear, web-chatting and playing poker."

"The Job":  A reality show where qualified candidates compete to land their dream jobs at America's top companies.

The shows CBS is NOT bringing back next season are:  "CSI: Miami", "A Gifted Man", "How to Be a Gentleman", "Rob" and "Unforgettable".

The shows they ARE bringing back include:  "2 Broke Girls", "The Amazing Race", "The Big Bang Theory", "Blue Bloods", "Criminal Minds", "CSI", "CSI: New York", "The Good Wife", "Hawaii Five-0", "How I Met Your Mother", "The Mentalist", "Mike & Molly", "NCIS", "NCIS: Los Angeles", "Person of Interest", "Survivor", "Two and a Half Men" and "Undercover Boss".

CBS is still undecided about whether or not to bring back "Rules of Engagement".