CBS' fall schedule is now in full swing, and it's so chockfull of stuff we don't even know where they're going to put it all. The lineup is heavy on reboots and revivals, like newcomers Magnum P.I. and Murphy Brown, but it's not only old stuff. There are also new comedies like Happy Together and The Neighborhood and the faith-based dramedy God Friended Me making this into CBS' most diverse lineup maybe ever.

Monday night is drastically different than it was last year, with the comedy block reduced to two new comedies, Cedric the Entertainer's The Neighborhood and Damon Wayans Jr.'s Happy Together, followed by the Magnum P.I. reboot and Bull moving from Tuesdays to its new night.

Other new shows joining the Eye include the Dick Wolf-produced FBI on Tuesday nights sandwiched between NCIS and NCIS: New Orleans, and spiritual social media drama God Friended Me, which will air Sunday nights at 8/7c. There's also the new Murphy Brown revival, which will provide an updated take on the very familiar story when it airs Thursdays at 9:30/8:30c.

Returning favorites like The Big Bang Theory (which is in its final season), Young Sheldon, Criminal Minds (which is probably in its final season), SEAL Team and S.W.A.T. are also accounted for in CBS' new lineup.

Check Out Everything to Know about CBS's Fall TV Lineup

Check out CBS' full schedule for the upcoming season below.


8/7c: The Neighborhood

8:30/7:30c: Happy Together

9/8c: Magnum P.I.

10/9c: Bull


8/7c: NCIS

9/8c: FBI

10/9c: NCIS: New Orleans


8/7c: Survivor

9/8c: SEAL Team

10/9c: Criminal Minds


8/7c: The Big Bang Theory

8:30/7:30c: Young Sheldon

9/8c: Mom

9:30/8:30c: Murphy Brown

10/9c: S.W.A.T.


8/7c: MacGyver

9/8c: Hawaii Five-0

10/9c: Blue Bloods


8/7c: God Friended Me

9/8c: NCIS: Los Angeles

10/9c: Madam Secretary


You'll have to wait until the spring to catch new episodes of returning comedies Man with a Plan and Life in Pieces and dramas Elementary and Instinct. The network is also holding off until midseason to premiere new comedy Fam and new dramas The Code and The Red Line.

For more information, check out everything you need to know about NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS and The CW's fall lineups.

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