Medium certainly ran it's course and Ghost Whisperer got a little too strange after she (as my wife calls her the boob lady who changes her outfits at least 9-times every show) got pregnant and gave birth to a 6-year old. Regardless, both shows still had respectable ratings (led Friday night) when they were cancelled which appears to be one of CBS' patented moves.
Anyway, I have no idea what this show is about based on the promos..
Normally I would say this show isn't going anywhere because are easily winning their time-slot. However, this is CBS and they've been known to cancel shows drawing 8-10 million viewers: Medium, Ghost Whisperers, Numb3rs, The Defenders, Shark, etc. I think CBS hoping this show would pick-up viewers who like House, Ghost Whisper and Touched by an Angel. The problem is that is the show is strugging to find an identity, at times. But based on the ratings it's more than good enough for Friday night which, once again, CBS has a stranglehold over the other networks.
Friday nights are one of the worst nights for tv, since most of the demographic that the networks want to watch the show( age 18 - 49) is out on the town. So they might influence the networks decision to keep the show on the air for now. Come mid season , we might see a replacement in it's place.
Well, there appears to be a discrepancy between Tivo and IMDb as to which episode will be broadcast this week (In case of Memory Loss or In Case of Abnormal Rhythm). We shall see...
"Kate and Michael team up and try to save a patient with a deadly virus; Michael notices a patient's mother exhibiting symptoms of a serious condition." ~or~ "While at the clinic, Michael runs into a former football star that he performed successful surgery on years ago, and is now a shell of his former self, living on the streets. At Holt Neuro, Michael examines a patient who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.
"Michael feels conflicted when he learns that a patient (John Benjamin Hickey) with a malignant brain tumor was responsible for a terrible crime; a firefighter (Mamie Gummer) is brought in for an evaluation after appearing to be disoriented."
I guess this is part of their "In Case of..." series (e.g., In Case of All Hell Breaking Loose, In Case of Discomfort, In Case of Separation Anxiety, In Case of Loss of Control, In Case of Memory Loss, In Case of Abnormal Rhythm, etc.)