Is CBS trying to freshen up its image?

At its upfronts presentation to advertisers, the most-watched network announced it's finally doing away with the aging "CSI" after 15 years. And the highest-profile new series on the fall docket is the younger-skewing "Supergirl."

CBS canceled three shows: "Battle Creek," "The McCarthys," and "Stalker." "Two and a Half Men" and "The Mentalist" concluded earlier this year.

Still, the Eye still boasts strong ratings across the board for its dramas and comedies, so there are not a lot of holes to plug.

Their new shows are: the comedy "Angel From Hell" with Jane Lynch as a guardian angel; medical drama "Code Black"; family comedy "Life in Pieces"; the movie adaptation "Limitless," featuring guest appearances by Bradley Cooper; and "Supergirl."

Here's the new lineup for CBS:

8 p.m. Supergirl (starting in November)
9 p.m. Scorpion
10 p.m. NCIS: Los Angeles

8 p.m. NCIS
9 p.m. NCIS: New Orleans
10 p.m. Limitless

8 p.m. Survivor
9 p.m. Criminal Minds
10 p.m. Code Black

THURSDAY (starting in November)
8 p.m. The Big Bang Theory
8:30 p.m. Life in Pieces
9 p.m. Mom
9:30 p.m. Angel From Hell
10 p.m. Elementary(

8 p.m. The Amazing Race
9 p.m. Hawaii Five-O
10 p.m. Blue Bloods

8 p.m. Madam Secretary
9 p.m. The Good Wife
10 p.m. CSI: Cyber