Kevin James

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Order in the court! The fall TV season's biggest daytime battle will be waged by former talk show host Jerry Springer against Judge Judy Sheindlin, starting her 24th season on television.

Daytime TV viewers also will see new shows starring Kelly Clarkson and Tamron Hall replacing Steve Harvey, Pickler & Ben and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. See my list below.

CBS Television

One of my favorite days of the Christmas season comes Sunday, when you watch old holiday episodes of "Golden Girls," "Roseanne," Everybody Loves Raymond" and your other favorite shows on TV Land's annual MerryThon.

This year it's even better, thanks to the Christmas episodes on WLWT-TV's MeTV on over-the-air Channel 5.2 and cable.

CBS Television

So far, so good. One month into the TV season – and before the final three shows premiere this week -- the networks haven't canceled a single show.

And seven already have been renewed, according to Metacritic

CBS Television

Eleven new TV series debut. Forty-three returning shows season premieres. Welcome to TV's biggest week.

Now that they've handed out the Prime-Time Emmys, the 2016-17 TV season starts today with a big TV wedding, as Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Penny (Kaley Cuoco) repeat their vows for their families on "The Big Bang Theory."

Fox Broadcasting

Here's your Fall TV guide, as the season kicks off tonight with the first Thursday night NFL game.

My list includes: Thumbnail descriptions for the 20 new prime-time shows starting with Fox's "Son of Zorn" Sunday; season premiere dates for returning shows; daytime TV changes; Bengals' TV networks and announcers for September; finales for "CBS Sunday Morning" host Charles Osgood and the "Bill Cunningham" TV show; and the presidential and vice presidential debates.

CBS Television

After great buzz a year ago, "Supergirl" was sent to the CW by CBS Tuesday and replaced with a new high testosterone lineup featuring Kevin James, Matt LeBlanc, Michael Weatherly, Dermot Mulroney, a "MacGyver" remake and a drama inspired by "Dr. Phil."

Here's a look at CBS' 6 new fall shows, three dramas and three comedies: