CBS says that after just a month, it's giving full-season pickups to all five of its new prime-time series.
The network announced Thursday that it has ordered full seasons for the dramas "Hawaii Five-O," "Blue Bloods" and "The Defenders," as well as comedies "Mike & Molly" and "(Bleep) My Dad Says."
This strong rookie roster has helped CBS to a victory in prime-time viewership all four weeks of the season so far.
Several series on rival networks have already been axed. Those casualties include "Lone Star" on Fox, "My Generation" on ABC, and NBC's "Outlaw," which will soon fade from sight.
CBS is owned by CBS Corp.