(September 13, 2006 - Los Angeles, CA) - In order to gain additional promotional exposure during the critical fall-launch period, the premiere episodes of three new and returning CBS prime-time series will stream on Google Video at http://video.google.com/cbs.html for free starting today. The episodes being streamed include the pilot episodes of new series "Smith" and "The Class," and the premiere episode from this season's sophomore series "The New Adventures of Old Christine" starring Emmy Award-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus. The shows post today and will be available free of charge to viewers until September 17th. The preview of the pilot of "Smith" and the first episode of "The New Adventures of Old Christine" are exclusively on Google Video. All three series are produced by Warner Bros. Television. "Smith," which airs Tuesdays, 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, stars Emmy Award winner Ray Liotta as a criminal mastermind in a drama about a close-knit crew of career criminals who plot and execute intricate and ingenious high-stakes robberies across the country. John Wells, Brooke Kennedy, Christopher Chulack and R. Scott Gemmill are executive producers. Wells created "Smith," which is produced by John Wells Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. "The Class," which airs Mondays, 8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT on CBS, is a comedy about the lives of a group of 20-somethings inextricably bound together by sharing the same third grade class. David Crane, Jeffrey Klarik and James Burrows are executive producers. Michael Sikowitz is co-executive producer. "The Class" is produced by craneklarik productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. "The New Adventures of Old Christine," which airs Mondays, 9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, stars Emmy Award-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a comedy about a divorced working mom who is successfully juggling the daily stresses of motherhood and her business, while maintaining her fantastic relationship with her ex-husband…until his young, new girlfriend enters the picture, instantly complicating her life. Kari Lizer and Andy Ackerman are executive producers. Lizer created the show, which is produced by Warner Bros. Television.
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