On Wednesday, it was CBS's turn to show off its plans for the fall season, and after last season's slightly experimental lineup, it's back to the yoosh for The Eye. And that means lots and lots of multi-camera comedies and more traditional procedural series.
Mondays were blown up almost entirely with the departure of Supergirl over to The CW, and comedy is moving back in. CBS will join ABC in having two two-hour comedy blocks per week, with The Big Bang Theory helping to launch the new Kevin James comedy Kevin Can Wait starting at 8pm until it moves back to Thursdays in October once Thursday night football is done. After that, Kevin slides up and leads into Matt LeBlanc's new series Man With a Plan for an hour of old sitcom stars realizing that raising a family is hard. Fading comedies 2 Broke Girls and The Odd Couple fill the next hour, and Scorpion moves back an hour to 10pm.
Elsewhere, Michael Weatherly's new "The life of Dr. Phil" drama Bull will be sandwiched between two NCISes on Tuesday, Joel McHale's new comedy The Great Indoors will get the Big Bang bump on Thursdays, new reboot MacGyver kicks off Friday nights, and NCIS: Los Angeles moves to Sundays.
CBS'S 2016-2017 Fall Schedule
New shows are in ALL CAPS.
8-8:30pm: The Big Bang Theory / KEVIN CAN WAIT (starting in October)
8:30-9pm: KEVIN CAN WAIT / MAN WITH A PLAN (starting in October)
9-9:30pm: 2 Broke Girls
9:30-10pm: The Odd Couple
10-11pm: NCIS: New Orleans
9-10pm: Criminal Minds
10-11pm: Code Black
8-11pm, ET/5-8pm, PT: NFL Thursday Night Football (Premieres Sept. 15)
8-8:30pm: The Big Bang Theory (Starting Oct. 27)
8:30-9pm: THE GREAT INDOORS (Starting Oct. 27)
9-9:30pm: Mom (Starting Oct. 27)
9:30-10pm: Life in Pieces (Starting Oct. 27)
10-11pm: PURE GENIUS (Starting Oct. 27)
9-10pm: Hawaii Five-0
10-11pm: Blue Bloods
8-9pm: CRIMETIME SATURDAY
9-10pm: CRIMETIME SATURDAY
10-11pm: 48 HOURS
7-8pm: 60 Minutes
8-9pm: NCIS: Los Angeles
9-10pm: Madam Secretary
What shows will you be watching come fall?
AIRED ON 1/19/2017
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