I'm not sure how I feel about this move to Sunday nights. I mean yes the ratings slipped last season and it lost to Castle a few times but I don't think that it was time for CBS to panic and move it to Sunday of all days...simply to make room for Hawaii Five O anvetted show. CBS obviously has a lot of faith in a show that has yet to air. Monday nights was never a huge night for TV or CBS until CSI Miami aired. After that Monday at 10 o'clock became a thing. I understand you stick new shows in between successful ones so you can use them as a lead in but Monday is how you start off a week. This is gonna be weird. Not to mention an October 3rd premiere date WTF is that all about? Why so late? I mean 48 Hours is on the week before...why not just push 48 Hours somewhere and have it premiere when everyone else is? Unless, like someone said, they are saving the best for last but still to me it doesn't make sense. I personally think CBS is playing with fire with a lot of things not just their shows but their actors as well and are banking on the old addage "change is good." However, too much change is not good and for a network that boasts quite often that it is the "most watched" it may not be good. It is the most watched not just for their shows for but how their lineup was worked. They have broken up one their strongest nights on TV, Monday by moving Miami and Big Bang to later in the week. There was no need to tinker with as much as they did imo. Hopefully it will all work out. While I don't want another one of Alex O'loughin's shows to fail I kind of hope it does so that Miami can go back to its usual timeslot. They moved CSI NY to Fridays which imo and no offense is like the kiss of death for some shows.