CBS wasn't going to let Shemar Moore stay away for too long.

The former Criminal Minds star's new series headlines a slew of new series orders that will also see Bones' David Boreanaz join the CBS family and the return of Alan Cumming to the network, TVGuide.com has learned. Here's what CBS picked up today:

Moore's S.W.A.T. is based on the film of the same name and follows a S.W.A.T. sergeant who is torn between his loyalty to the streets and the officers he works with when he's assigned to head a specialized task force in Los Angeles. Action director Justin Lin helmed the pilot, which also stars Stephanie Sigman, Alex Russell and Jay Harrington.

SEAL Team unfortunately isn't about flippered mammals playing basketball; instead, it's about exactly what you think. Boreanaz leads a cast that plays SEAL team members as they train and execute top-secret, high-stakes missions against bad guys. Max Theriot, Neil Brown Jr. and A.J. Buckley also star. This was the show that Jim Caviezel was originally attached to star in, but left over creative differences.

The drama Instinct is based on a soon-to-be-published James Patterson book, and stars Alan Cumming as a former CIA op who is pulled away from his normal life to help the NYPD stop a serial killer. Bojana Novakovic, Daniel Ings, Naveen Andrews and Khandi Alexander star.

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Entourage's Jeremy Piven heads to network television in Wisdom of the Crowd, which centers on a tech wiz who attempts to revolutionize crime solving — specifically the unsolved case of his daughter's murder — with a crowdsourcing app that utilizes the public for information. Richard T. Jones, Jake Matthews and Blake Lee also star.

On the comedy side, 9JKL (formerly the excruciating 9J & 9K & 9L) stars Royal Pains' (and Prison Break's!) Mark Feuerstein in a family comedy loosely based on Feuerstein's life when he lived in between his intrusive parents and his brother and sister-in-law in the same apartment building. Linda Lavin, Elliot Gould and David Walton also star.

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Finally, Me, Myself and I kinda sounds good! It's about one man's life over a 50-year span, focusing on him as a 14-year-old boy in 1991, a 40-year-old man in present day and a 65-year old in 2042. Bobby Moynihan, Jack Dylan Grazer and Brian Unger star.

CBS previously picked up the Big Bang Theory prequel Young Sheldon.

CBS is expected to announce its full 2017-2018 schedule — including where these new shows fit in — on Wednesday, May 17.

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