'Miami Medical,' 'Rules of Engagement' fill out CBS midseason

jeremy-northam-miami-medical-320.jpgCBS has put a couple more pieces of its midseason schedule in place, giving a Monday home to veteran comedy "Rules of Engagement" and putting its new drama "Miami Medical" on Friday nights.

"Rules of Engagement" will begin its fourth season at 8:30 p.m. ET Monday, March 1, moving into the spot currently held by "Accidentally on Purpose." Jenna Elfman's show will take most of March off, then move to 8:30 on Wednesdays starting March 31. It will take over for "Gary Unmarried," which will have finished its season by then.

"Miami Medical" (formerly called "Miami Trauma") will debut at 10 p.m. Friday, April 2, after "Numb3rs" finishes its season. The latest effort from Jerry Bruckheimer TV stars Jeremy Northam ("The Tudors," "Gosford Park") as the head of a team of surgeons at a South Florida hospital. The cast also includes Lana Parrilla ("24," "Swingtown"), Omar Gooding ("Barbershop"), Elisabeth Harnois ("Point Pleasant") and Mike Vogel ("Cloverfield").

The two shows join "Undercover Boss," which premieres after the Super Bowl and will air on Sunday nights with "The Amazing Race," and "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains," which premieres Thursday, Feb. 11.

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