In addition, Armando Nuñez, president at CBS Studios International also thanked people for attending and supporting the company, and stated CBS will host two additional screenings. The first will take place June 1 in London, and the second will be a part of NATPE Budapest 2012.
He also stated TV series CSI: Miami will no longer be broadcast by CBS, after a successful performance in over 30 territories across the globe. "It's a classic and I'm convinced it will continue to be broadcast by different networks and platforms all over the world for several decades," said Nuñez, who also spoke to ttv and highlighted the company's "four big drama series, all very different from each other."
The company began its presentation with one-hour series Emily Owens M.D. for CW, produced by Jennie Snyder Urman, Dan Jinks and Baharat Nalluri, starring Mamie Grumer, Justin Hartley and Aja Naomi King. The series revolves around Emily Owens, a young doctor who's an intern at Denver Memorial hospital, and finds the place to be a lot like high school.
The Jeff Probst Show was also presented; a talk-show hosted by Emmy-winner Jeff Probst following his run as host of CBS' hit show Survivor.
The list of new shows also included Vegas, produced by Nicholas Pileggi, Greg Walker, Cathy Konrad, Arthur Sarkissian and James Mangold, featuring Dennis Quaid, Michael Chiklis and Jason O´Mara. The show is set in 1960's Las Vegas, where Sheriff Ralph Lamb (Quaid) must face Vincent Savino (Chiklis), a dangerous gangster.
CBS Studios also presented a talent show called The Next, produced by Queen Latifah; and Dogs in the City, a reality series hosted by Justin Silver, a dog expert from NY.
Following a ten minute break, the company presented fantasy series Beauty and the Beast, starring Kristin Kreuk as detective Catherine Chandler, who follows a murderer's leads and meets Vincent Keller (Jay Ryan), a doctor who worked in Afganistan during the war and hides a secret: whenever he gets enraged he turns into a beast.
The company then introduced Elementary, a series starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu in a modern day adaptation of Sherlock Holmes set in New York instead of London. The iconic Homes and Watson investigate criminal cases.
Last but not least, CBS presented Friend Me, a comedy starring Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Nicholas Braun, who play two young men who move from Indiana to Los Angeles to find "cool jobs", but have a hard time fitting in at their new town.
After the presentation, attendees enjoyed a lunch outdoors with the presence of CBS Studios International's main executives and the beautiful young actress Kristin Kreuk from Beauty and the Beast.