Well, this is one way to keep your new show from getting lost amidst an inevitable Sunday primetime delay.
The network has a Super Bowl rematch between the Broncos and Seahawks sure to draw huge numbers and already scheduled to push the start of Sunday, September 21 primetime to 7:30, which regular CBS viewers know means something closer to 7:36 or 7:47 or 8:03 or something equally unpredictable.
As it stands now, "60 Minutes" will kick off its 47th season at 7:30, followed by the premiere of the Tea Leoni drama "Madam Secretary" at 8:30. The sixth season premiere of "The Good Wife" will air at 9:30, followed immediately by an encore of the "Madam Secretary" premiere.
[This will, of course, not have any impact at all on West Coast viewers, for whom CBS' Sunday lineup will start promptly at 7 p.m. on September 21 as well as every subsequent Sunday throughout the fall.]
As CBS previously announced, the 15th season of "CSI" will premiere on September 28 at 10 p.m.