NEW YORK (AP) — CBS is giving a special platform to a new cop drama that it will premiere in February.
The drama, "Golden Boy," features Theo James as the youngest police commissioner in New York City, examining what he needs to do to get the opportunity.
The series is debuting on Tuesday night, Feb. 26, taking advantage of the network's big audience that night with "NCIS," television's most popular drama. It will air on Tuesday the next week, too, before being moved to its regular time slot on Friday nights.
"Golden Boy" will be paired with "Blue Bloods," another show about a New York police commissioner.
CBS will also bring back the comedy "Rules of Engagement" on Feb. 4. It replaces the now-canceled sitcom "Partners."
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