PROGRAM NOTES: (for more info, click on underlined items)

MARCH MADNESS WEEK 2!  We’re back tonight Friday 3/27 with more prime time basketball!  tonight at 515P, we’ll have Gonzaga vs UCLA followed by Duke vs Utah.  The other games are on TBS.

Daytime programming Thursday and Friday is normal except for Dr Phil who moves to late night at 140A both nights.  We’ll have CBS4 News 4-430PM followed by the CBS Evening News 430-5PM.

Saturday’s Elite Eight games are all on TBS, but we will have the Mens Division II game at 1PM Saturday featuring Florida Southern vs Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Then on Sunday 3/29 from 12-5PM, it’s our day for a doubleheader of the last 2 Elite Eight games with teams to be decided after the Friday games.

FUTURE SPECIALS:   Cote de Pablo will be back on CBS, this time in a mini-series called “THE DOVEKEEPERS” airing March 31st and April 1st.  THE 50TH ANNUAL ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS will be on April 19th at a special time of 7-1030PM.  THE TONY AWARDS this year are on Sunday, June 7th at 7PM on CBS4.

LATE NIGHT CHANGES: Who is Craig Ferguson’s replacement on the LATE, LATE SHOW? It’s JAMES CORDEN, who won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play last June and began on CBS on March 23, 2015.  For more information on James, click here.   DAVID LETTERMAN’S last new episode is Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 1035PM.  STEPHEN COLBERT will take over as host on Tuesday, September 8th (the day after Labor Day).  For more information, click here.

SUMMER SCHEDULE:  Back this summer on CBS4 is Big Brother (Wednesdays 7-8PM, Thursdays 8-9PM and Sundays 7-8PM), Under the Dome (Thursdays 9-10PM) and Extant (Wednesdays 9-10PM).  Joining these will be “Zoo,” based on the #1 best-selling novel about what happens when strange animal attacks start around the globe.  It will air Tuesdays 8-9PM, followed by NCIS: New Orleans at a special summer time of 9-10PM.  These shows begin around at the end of June.

DECADES HAS BEGUN ON CHANNEL 4.2!   Friday 1/23/15 at 10PM, CBS4 began carrying Decades, a digital sub-channel network, on Channel 4.2. Decades is classic TV episodes that will air January-May as “binges.”  That means we’ll carry all a show’s episodes, then start with Episode 1.  It will be on 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Our first series was F TROOP, and currently we’re carrying all the episodes of DANIEL BOONE. Next up: THE SAINT starting Sunday 3/29! Decades is not on cable yet, but we’ll let you know when we get a channel assignment.

The CBS FALL SCHEDULE won’t be announced until May, but we’re hearing they’re planning to air SUPERGIRL, starring Littleton’s own Melissa Benoist.  Here’s more about some of the CBS FALL POTENTIAL SHOWS (PILOTS).  Here are some of the CBS Renewals.

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Closed Captioning Contact Information:

For immediate concerns about closed captioning of broadcast programs or online video content during M-F weekday business hours 8A-5PM, call Wendy Holmes at (303) 830-6556, fax (303) 830-6537 or e-mail wholmes@cbs.com.  Outside regular business hours, please call (303) 830-6377, fax (303) 803-6537 or e-mail kcnccaptioning@cbs.com.

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