CBS recently released the premiere airing of the network’s most popular shows, such as The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon. New shows will be featured as well.
Kicking off the back-to-back premieres is The Big Bang Theory. The hit sitcom will be airing on September 24th as it welcomes their 12th season at 8 p.m. ET. Young Sheldon will follow suit with its season two premiere at 8:30 p.m. ET.
At 9 p.m., the reboot of Magnum, P.I. will feature Jay Hernandez who will portray the lead role. The night will then be capped off by the third season of Bull.
Aside from the network’s staple shows, new ones will be watched by avid viewers, such as The Neighborhood, which will air on October 1st. Max Greenfield from New Girl will be starring on the show.
After it ends, Happy Together will follow where Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West will play the characters of a married couple stuck living with a 20-year-old YouTube sensation.
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NCIS is expected to return on the small screen on September 25th. FBI – which is a new series created by Dick Wolf – will follow. The season premiere of NCIS: New Orleans will finish off the night.
On the next day, a familiar Wednesday line-up will be shown to the fans. Survivor and the Big Brother finale will air back-to-back.
The SEAL Team’s second season will be welcomed a week after on October 3rd and followed by Criminal Minds.
By September 27, Thursday, The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon will air on their regular time periods. Mom’s sixth season premiere will air afterward and the revival of Murphy Brown will follow suit. The night will end with S.W.A.T. beginning at ten in the evening.
The network also maintained its usual Friday schedule with MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0, and Blue Bloods returning on September 28th.
Repeats from CRIMETIME SATURDAY will air on September 29th before the two-hour 31st season premiere of 48 Hours.
Due to the football coverage, CBS alerted the viewers that times may be delayed on Sunday, September 30th.
Supposedly, 60 Minutes will start at 7:30 p.m. and followed by a new drama series, God Friended Me. Next on the list is NCIS: Los Angeles airing at 9:30 p.m.
For the midseason, CBS decided to hold three shows back: The Code, The Redline, and Fam.