CBS on Wednesday morning became the third broadcast network to unveil an actual schedule for the Fall TV season, after NBC and ABC (but not quite Fox) did same. What favorite shows are on the move, where did new ones land, and what’s on hold until midseason?
♦ Steady Eddie S.W.A.T. is returning to its Friday leadoff spot, where it will tee up the new firefighter drama Fire Country (starring SEAL Team‘s Max Thieriot and Zoo‘s Billy Burke). NCIS: Los Angeles will in turn move an hour later on Sundays, making way for the freshman cop drama East New York.
♦ The Real Love Boat will close out a new, all-reality Wednesday slate, which is anchored by new seasons of Survivor and The Amazing Race
♦ With only two Thursday sitcoms now in inventory, Young Sheldon and Ghosts (airing a half-hour earlier) will lead into the freshman dramedy So Help Me Todd, starring Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin. (CSI: Vegas‘ sophomore season will close out that night.)
8 pm The Neighborhood
8:30 pm Bob Hearts Abishola
9 pm NCIS
10 pm NCIS: Hawai’i
8 pm FBI
9 pm FBI: International
10 pm FBI: Most Wanted
8 pm Survivor
9 pm The Amazing Race
10 pm THE REAL LOVE BOAT
8 pm Young Sheldon
8:30 pm Ghosts (new time slot)
9 pm SO HELP ME TODD
10 pm CSI: Vegas (new night)
8 pm S.W.A.T. (“new” night)
9 pm FIRE COUNTRY
10 pm Blue Bloods
8 pm Saturday encores
9 pm Saturday encores
10 pm 48 Hours (Premieres Sept. 17)
7 pm 60 Minutes (Premieres Oct. 2)
8 pm The Equalizer (Premieres Oct. 2)
9 pm EAST NEW YORK (NEW SERIES) (Premieres Oct. 2)
10 pm NCIS: Los Angeles (new time slot) (Premieres Oct. 2)
CBS 2022-2023 Midseason Premieres
Fans will have to wait until midseason to see CBS’s TV adaptation of True Lies.
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Source: TV Line
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