CBS didn't look all that different in 2017-2018 than it did in 2016-2017, and frankly, it didn't have to. With 2 Broke Girls the only major loss from the previous year (compared to losing CSI, Mike & Molly, Person of Interest, The Good Wife and Supergirl the season before), it was more of the same reliable CBS this past season.

The network's big win of the season was launching the Big Bang Theory spin-off Young Sheldon, which immediately became CBS' second-biggest series (after Big Bang). And CBS needed that, as the rest of its new shows didn't fare that well at all. SEAL Team and S.W.A.T. got second seasons, but Me, Myself and I, Living Biblically, 9JKL and Wisdom of the Crowd were all quickly canceled.

CBS will likely look to stick with tradition in 2018-2019, and we really mean stick with tradition. Reboot fever hit CBS extra hard, and it added revivals/reboots of Murphy Brown and Magnum P.I. to its fall lineup. Most of CBS' risks? They're being reserved for its streaming service CBS All Access.

Below you'll find all of the news out of Upfronts related to CBS' 2018-2019 schedule. For more information, check out everything you need to know about NBC, Fox, ABC and The CW's fall lineups here.

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SCHEDULE

CBS' 2018-19 Fall TV Schedule: Reboots, Reboots and More Reboots

NEW SHOW TRAILERS

Watch the Trailers for All the New CBS Shows

RENEWALS AND PICKUPS

CBS Renews Survivor, NCIS: New Orleans and More

NCIS Renewed for Pauley Perrette-Less Season 16

Mom Is Coming Back for a Sixth Season

CBS Renews S.W.A.T. and SEAL Team for Season 2

Young Sheldon Renewed for Season 2

A Sitcom Inspired By That Time Harry Styles Lived With a Late Late Show Producer Is Headed Your Way

The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev Is Back with a Vengeance for CBS Comedy Fam

Magnum P.I. Is Returning to CBS

CBS Renews Criminal Minds, Instinct, Man With a Plan, Celebrity Big Brother, Life in Pieces

Fall TV 2018: Must-Watch New Shows

  • Natalie Morales, Neil Flynn; Abby's —

    Abby's is an unlicensed bar run by Abby (The Grinder's Natalie Morales) in San Diego where the regulars enthusiastically enforce a unique set of rules that give them a sense of community and allow them to avoid the frustrating behavior found at other establishments. The multi-camera comedy will be filmed outside in front of a live studio audience.

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CANCELLATIONS

CBS Pulls Me, Myself & I, Moves Up Man with a Plan

Don't Expect a Second Season of Living Biblically

CBS Essentially Cancels Wisdom of the Crowd

Scorpion Squashed at CBS, Superior Donuts too

Kevin Can Wait Is a Goner, Which Is Kind of Surprising

Call It: Code Black Has Been Canceled After Three Seasons

MISCELLANEOUS

The Big Bang Theory May Not Be Ending After Season 12

Sarah Drew Won't Return to TV This Fall After All

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