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Get ready to set your DVRs, because CBS has announced its fall TV schedule.
In addition to revealing when you can catch new episodes of NCIS, Criminal Minds and The Big Bang Theory, the network also unveiled the time slots for new shows like Kevin James' sitcom Kevin Can Wait, Matt LeBlanc's Man with a Plan and the Macgyver reboot.
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New series Training Day and Doubt, and returning series Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, The Amazing Race and Undercover Boss will all premiere midseason.
Check out CBS' full fall TV schedule below. And click here to get the latest CBS news.
8/7c: The Big Bang Theory/Kevin Can Wait (starting in Oct.)
8:30/7:30c: Kevin Can Wait/Man with a Plan (starting in Oct.)
9/8c: Two Broke Girls
9:30/8:30c: The Odd Couple
CBS almost completely scrapped its Monday lineup, turning it into a new comedy night. With Thursday Night Football beginning on Sept. 15, the network will move The Big Bang Theory to Mondays. But in Oct., TBBT will move back to Thursdays and Kevin Can Wait will shift to 8/7c, leading into to the new comedy Man with a Plan.
10/9c: NCIS: New Orleans
Former NCIS star Michael Weatherly will return to CBS' Tuesday nights in the fall with Bull, a new drama based on the early career of Dr. Phil. The series will be sandwiched between NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans, which will be taking over Limitless' 10/9c timeslot. As of now, Limitless isn't officially dead, but CBS boss Les Moonves indicated it may move to another network.
9/8c: Criminal Minds
10/9c: Code Black
Wednesdays at CBS are staying stable, with Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders likely returning to the 10/9c timeslot once Code Black's season wraps.
8/7c: Thursday Night Football(Starting Sept. 15)/The Big Bang Theory (Starting Oct. 27)
8:30/7:30c: Thursday Night Football/The Great Indoors (Starting Oct. 27)
9/8c: Thursday Night Football/Mom (Starting Oct. 27)
9:30/8:30c:Thursday Night Football/Life in Pieces (Starting Oct. 27)
10/9c:Thursday Night Football/Pure Genius (Starting Oct. 27)
Once Thursday Night Football ends, CBS will add a second comedy block to its schedule, including the new Joel McHale sitcom The Great Indoors. The new drama from Jason Katims, Pure Genius, will also air on Thursdays at 10/9c, where it will go head-to-head with How to Get Away with Murder and The Blacklist.
9/8c: Hawaii Five-0
10/9c: Blue Bloods
Friday is all about procedurals, with the new MacGyver reboot leading into CBS staples Hawaii Five-0 and Blue Bloods.
8/7c: Crimetime Saturday
9/8c: Crimetime Saturday
10/9c: 48 Hours
7/6c: 60 Minutes
8/7c: NCIS: Los Angeles
9/8c: Madam Secretary
Now that The Good Wife is over, Madam Secretary will move into the 9/8c timeslot, making room for NCIS: Los Angeles to move to Sundays at 9/8c.
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