CBS didn’t make an obvious choice when scheduling the post-Super Bowl XLIV slot on Feb. 7, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Instead of giving a boost to one of its newer series, the network will premiere a new reality show called "Undercover Boss." The program follows top executives—from White Castle, 7-Eleven, Hooters, Waste Management and Churchill Downs, in the first season—as they take undercover entry-level jobs at their own companies and see how their management decisions affect the rank-and-file workers.
A network hasn’t aired a new series in the post-game slot since 2005. “Undercover Boss” will move to a Sunday at 9 p.m. slot the following week.