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Q&A: Feb. 29

Question: What happened to CSI: NY? I know Undercover Boss is on Fridays now, but when will CSI: NY return and on what night and time?
George Trost

Answer: CSI: NY, currently in its eighth season, is scheduled to return to its old Friday, 8 p.m. (central) slot on March 30th. It will supplant A Gifted Man, with Undercover Boss remaining as Friday night's leadoff hitter.

Prospects remain iffy for a ninth season. CBS in some ways is a victim of its own success, with just about everything in its prime-time lineup working either pretty well or very well. But you have keep freshening schedules, and CSI: NY likely will be one of those series "on the bubble" when networks announce their new fall lineups in May. I'd rate its chances at 50-50, with a lot depending on the caliber of new series in development for CBS.

Question: What's happened to Susy Solis?
Allen Shaffer

Answer: This gets asked a lot. But once again, Solis currently is freelancing for CBS11 after she briefly freelanced for WFAA8. She left NBC5 in October of last year after four years at the Fort Worth-based, NBC-owned station.

Question: I saw that the TV show Pan Am said its season-ending broadcast was on Sunday, Feb. 19th. Isn't that rather early in the TV season for a show to end?
Jay Davis

Answer: For the most part it is. But ABC's had this plan in place for awhile, and announced on November 18th that the new set-in- Dallas GCB (adapted from the book Good Christian Bitches) would supplant Pan Am on Sunday, March 4th. So that's what's going to happen, with Pan Am a certain goner as far as any further flights next season.