Articles for Elementary Season 1

The network schedules just keep on coming! CBS released its schedule for the fall 2012 TV season on Wednesday at their upfront presentation. There are a whole bunch of shifts and a few new shows, so check out the CBS schedule here! Read more »
CBS knows what works and what doesn‘t. It‘s why every year you can count on the network busting out a new crime procedural and a new multi-camera sitcom.  Read more »
Although the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con has not yet seen fit to release a full schedule of events and panels, the various shows and production companies are doing a good job of filling up the schedule on their own. The latest additions? New shows Elementary and Beauty and the Beast, along with the returning series, Merlin. Read more »
CBS is like a Swiss clock. The network does everything exactly the right way every time and can always be trusted to deliver. It has more crime procedurals than any other network, more laugh-track, multi-camera comedies than any other network and more hits than any other network.  Read more »
The San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner, so it‘s time to get planning. We‘ve got all of the television-related panel and event information for Preview Night (Wednesday, July 11) and Thursday (July 12) right here, so check it out. Read more »
Some actors have all the luck, and others don‘t. Every year there are a number of new shows that fail, and sadly for some actors, they always seem to wind up in them.These elite few are known as showkillers, actors whose mere presence in a TV show makes it destined for failure. It might not actually be their fault, but through some cosmic joke, these actors continually get canceled.  Read more »
Last year was one of the most successful fall TV seasons in history. Nearly half of the new shows (13 out of 27) got renewed for a second season. Compare that to the year before, when there were only five shows to survive to see another year.  Read more »
You can‘t hate Sherlock Holmes. This is a good thing, since the world‘s greatest detective is getting a reboot on Elementary. The CBS drama is about as familiar as you would expect, but it does have a few changes to keep us intrigued. They work -- Elementary is a solid mystery with just enough of the procedural style to work well on CBS. Read more »
Elementary season 1 continues with its third episode tonight, called "Child Predator." Check out a couple of preview videos from the episode below.  Read more »
In a move that should surprise no one, CBS has given full season orders to its two biggest new shows, Vegas and Elementary.  Read more »
Elementary continues it‘s first season with an episode tomorrow night called "The Rate Race," and from the preview video it looks like Holmes may be getting more involved in this case than he would like.  Read more »
The first season of Elementary has slowly started to develop the characters of Holmes and Watson and soon that development will be taken a step further when we get to meet Watson‘s mother.   Read more »
Elementary season 1 continues on Thursday November 1 at 10/9C, with an episode called "Lesser Evils." Check out the preview videos below to find out just why Holmes thinks that an apparent heart attack is actually a murder.   Read more »
CBS loves Sherlock Holmes, and they‘re hoping football fans will too. The freshman drama Elementary has earned the most coveted time slot of the year with a special episode airing after this year‘s Super Bowl.  Read more »
Elementary has quickly turned into one of my favorite new shows of the fall 2012 TV season. It‘s got drama and humor in just the right amounts, plus some great characters.   Read more »
The People‘s Choice Award nominations for 2013 have been revealed, and oddly enough, the People‘s Choices have very little in common with actual ratings.  Read more »
Following Wednesday‘s announcement of the SAG Award nominees, the Golden Globes will present their nominations for the best in TV and film Thursday morning. While the SAG Awards tend to be dull and predictable, the Golden Globes often embrace newer shows.  Read more »
Could you imagine Superman without Lex Luthor? Or the Yankees without the Red Sox? Of course not, and similarly, Sherlock Holmes is not complete without a certain professor whose name begins with the letter "M."  Read more »
CBS‘s new hit series, Elementary, has been given quite the honor. They got the coveted post-Super Bowl slot and will be airing a special episode after the big game.   Read more »
In this special post-Super Bowl episode of Elementary, called "The Deductionist," Sherlock and Watson are on the trail of a serious killer and get some help from an old friend.   Read more »
The numbers are in and the 2013 Super Bowl between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers is the third most-watched TV show of all-time.  Read more »
Following The CW and FOX, CBS has now revealed their season finale dates for spring 2013. Read more »
There‘s a whole lot of good news at CBS as the network officially renewed 14 of its shows for the 2013-2014 TV season. The list includes critical favorites like The Good Wife, reality competitions Survivor and The Amazing Race, hit shows like NCIS: Los Angeles and Blue Bloods freshman drama Elementary and newsmagazines like 60 Minutes.  Read more »
Elementary is about to get a visit from the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. Natalie Dormer, who plays King Joffrey‘s bride-to-be Margaery Tyrell on Game of Thrones, has been cast for a multi-episode arc on the CBS hit drama Elementary as the iconic Irene Adler.  Read more »
We‘re only weeks away from being able to watch the season finales of our favorite TV shows. To get us to tune in, CBS has released the storylines for their spring 2013 finales, including The Good Wife, Two and a Half Men, NCIS and Elementary. And many of them are bringing in famous guest stars like Hilary Duff, Black Sabbath, Marilu Henner and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to spice things up and bring in more viewers. Which shows will they be guest starring on? And which season-enders are sure to leave us with huge cliffhangers? Read on to find out all the details. Read more »
May sweeps have come to a close, yet The Big Bang Theory, NCIS, and Modern Family stood their ground throughout. We expect this to change dramatically, though, due to the imminent season turnover of the three shows.  Read more »
It doesn‘t matter whether they‘re on television or in movies -- teenagers love vampires. Though it shouldn‘t come as a surprise, it‘s now made official. In the first set of surfboard nominations for the Teen Choice Awards, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 leads the field with seven, and The Vampire Diaries is not far behind with five. Read more »
CBS revealed its schedule for next season, and it‘s very comedy-heavy with four new sitcoms and an extra hour on Thursday to compete with NBC.  Read more »