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After just one episode, CBS has decided to pick up Young Sheldon for the full season.
You knew that would happen. I am watching one episode of each drama. I saw The Brave. It was OK. The Good Doctor was odd. I'm not sure they got the best casting.
I watched part of the Good Doctor but didn't find it appealing.
I'm not sure yet. I did not like the main character. I hope they write better scripts for him.
CBS has picked up SEAL Team for the full season. 22 episodes.
CBS has pulled Me, Myself & I off the schedule, effectively cancelling it. A repeat of Big Bang Theory will air in its place next week, and then Man with a Plan kicks off season 2 starting November 13.
The show got off to a decent start with a 1.6 18-49 rating, but it steadily declined until hitting a low of 0.7 this week. It will remain in production until all 13 episodes have been filmed. Six have already aired, and CBS says the remaining seven will air "at a later date."
Like Saturday nights.
CBS has picked up SWAT and SEAL Team for second seasons.
No surprises there. These are CBS' #3 and #4 dramas (behind NCIS and Bull).