CBS unveiled its 2018-2019 fall schedule today, and that means a whole bunch of new shows that will fight for your attention. You could shut your eyes until September until you can watch the full episodes or spend time crafting what the shows look like in your head, but that would be dumb since you can watch the trailers for the shows right here, right now. So just do that.
Which will you watch?
What it's about: Hawaii Five-0 executive producers Peter Lenkov and Eric Guggenheim are teaming up with The Blacklist EPs John Davis and John Fox for this reboot of the classic TV series about Thomas Magnum (Jay Hernandez), a decorated former Navy SEAL who becomes a private investigator in Hawaii upon returning home from Afghanistan. If that's not enough of an action pedigree for you, the pilot was directed by Justin Lin of The Fast and the Furious fame.
What it's about: Candice Bergen returns to the role as the titular journalist for this 13-episode comedy revival, which will be set in the present day and tackle current issues like the role of social media in journalism and the rise of "fake news." Diane English, who created the original series, will write and executive-produce.
What it's about: The name says it all. Led by showrunner Craig Turk (The Good Wife), who's also acting as a writer and executive producer, the drama follows a group of agents at the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Missy Peregrym, Jeremy Sisto and Connie Nielsen star.
What it's about: The "nicest guy in the Midwest" (played by Josh Lawson in the trailer, but will be replaced by Max Greenfield in the fall), moves his family into a neighborhood in L.A. where not everyone appreciates his extreme neighborliness.
God Friended Me
What it's about: Questions of faith, existence and science are explored in what is described as a humorous, uplifting drama about an outspoken atheist (Brandon Micheal Hall) whose life is turned upside down when he is "friended" by God on Facebook. Unwittingly, he becomes an agent of change in the lives and destinies of others around him.
What it's about: A 30-something couple, tired of their mundane life, start to reconnect with their younger, cooler selves when a young pop star who is drawn to their super normal suburban life, moves in. The series is inspired by a time when executive producers Ben Winston and Harry Styles lived together.
TKO: Total Knock Out
What it's about: Kevin Hart hosts an extreme physical challenge show where athletes try to run an American Ninja Warrior-style course while their competitors sling giant balls and other objects at them to try and knock them off.
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