CBS Catch-Up Marathon Available Online and On-Demand

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September 5th, 2013


via press release:


On and the CBS App: Catch Up on the Full 2012-2013 Season of Dramas

“Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “The Mentalist”

and Reality Series “The Amazing Race,” “Survivor” and “Undercover Boss”


On Cable, Satellite and Telco Providers: Catch Up on the Latest Season of

“Elementary,” “The Good Wife” and “Hawaii Five-0” On-Demand


LOS ANGELES, Sept. 5, 2013 – Fans can gear up for CBS Television’s fall premieres by catching up on the latest season of many CBS shows during a CBS Catch-Up Marathon on, the CBS App, select CBS Audience Network partners and cable, satellite and telco providers’ video-on-demand services.


“We’re using a variety of distribution platforms – online, mobile and on-demand – to help audiences catch up with their favorite CBS shows,” said Marc DeBevoise, Executive Vice President, General Manger, Entertainment, Sports & News, CBS Interactive. “Viewers will have tremendous choice and flexibility to stay current and get ready for the launch of the new fall season on the Network later this month.”


Through premiere week, fans will have access to every episode of the 2012-2013 season’s ELEMENTARYTHE GOOD WIFE and HAWAII FIVE-0 on, the CBS App, via select CBS Audience Network partner sites, as well as cable, satellite and telco providers’ video-on-demand offering.


On and the CBS App, fans will also be able to catch up on the latest season of THE MENTALIST and the most recent season of reality TV favorites THE AMAZING RACESURVIVOR, and UNDERCOVER BOSS.


In addition to the most recent season of select CBS shows, fans can also catch up on recent episodes of many of their other favorites on and the CBS App, including: THE BIG BANG THEORYHOW I MET YOUR MOTHERNCIS and more.


  • CBSviewer

    CBS should add NCIS, CSI and Blue Bloods !

  • Igwell

    I thought this would be something like: Catch up on Under the Dome, Big Brother, The U.S. Open, and Unforgettable, you unfortunate Time-Warner customers!

  • Dan S

    To heck with CBS. I’ve been binging on the 1st 29 episodes of Scandal I never saw before. I can now see why Max was so hot on this show. It’s much faster paced than Revenge. No worries of me plugging Scandal with every post like Max did.

  • CarShark

    That’s not a big suprise. Catch-up viewing and binge watching are an increasingly important part of keeping up with shows nowadays. I wouldn’t be surprised to see more year-round efforts of this kind, especially with more summer scripted shows on broadcast.

  • PurpleDrazi

    Why would anybody need to “catch up” on a reality show to get ready for next season. It’s not like they have returning characters or a continuing story line.

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