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'The Amazing Race' and 'Undercover Boss' Picked Up for New Season

March 28, 2011 (6:58 am) GMT
CBS renews its two reality series, but has not determined whether both shows will remain in their Sunday slots this coming fall.

CBS has given a go to a new round of "" and "". The network has announced that they pick up both reality shows for the 19th and 3rd season respectively, but has not determined yet whether they will still air them every Sunday.

"Amazing Race" delivered nearly 12 million viewers, matching the prior year's performance, despite a steep competition from NFL games on NBC. The seven-time Emmy winner was up 3% among the 18-49 set and 2% with adults 25-54.

"Undercover Boss" is another strong asset for CBS, becoming the top-rated new series last season after it was premiered in February 2010 following the Super Bowl. The show has slipped in the ratings in its current second season but has still averaged a respectable 12.3 million viewers and a 3.4/09 in adults 18-49.

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