This is the CBS TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Eastern Time Zone. More detailed TV listings can be found by going to our local TV guide.
|5:00 AM||Local Programming |
|9:00 AM||CBS Sunday Morning new |
|10:30 AM||Face the Nation new |
|11:30 AM||Local Programming |
|12:00 PM||The NFL Today |
James Brown hosts a look at Week 8 NFL matchups, plus features and discussion with analysts Bill Cowher, Nate Burleson, Phil Simms, Boomer Esiason and reporter Jason La Canfora.
|1:00 PM||NFL Football: Teams TBA |
|4:00 PM||NFL Football: Teams TBA |
|7:30 PM||60 Minutes |
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