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CBS has announced its 2019 fall schedule (* indicates a new show):
8:00 - The Neighborhood
8:30 - Bob Hearts Abishola *
9:00 - All Rise *
10:00 - Bull
8:00 - NCIS
9:00 - FBI
10:00 - NCIS: New Orleans
8:00 - Survivor
9:00 - SEAL Team
10:00 - S.W.A.T.
8:00 - Young Sheldon
8:30 - The Unicorn *
9:00 - Mom
9:30 - Carol's Second Act *
10:00 - Evil *
8:00 - Hawaii Five-0
9:00 - Magnum P.I.
10:00 - Blue Bloods
8:00 - drama repeats
9:00 - drama repeats
10:00 - 48 Hours
7:00 - 60 Minutes
8:00 - God Friended Me
9:00 - NCIS: Los Angeles
10:00 - Madam Secretary (10-episode final season)
These shows will return midseason:
The Amazing Race
Criminal Minds (final season)
Man with a Plan
These shows have been cancelled:
The Big Bang Theory
Life in Pieces
The Red Line
CBS has five new shows in the fall:
Bob Hearts Abishola - Comedy from Chuck Lorre about a man (Billy Gardell) recovering from a heart attack who falls for his cardiac nurse (Folake Olowofoyeku), a Nigerian immigrant.
All Rise - Los Angeles courthouse drama starring Marg Helgenberger, Simone Missick.
The Unicorn - Comedy about a single parent (Walton Goggins) entering the dating pool a year after the loss of his wife. Also starring Michaela Waktins, Rob Corddry.
Carol's Second Act - Patricia Heaton stars in this comedy about a divorced woman switching careers from teacher to doctor at age 50.
Evil - Psychological drama about a skeptical Psychologist, a priest-in-training and a carpenter investigating unexplained mysteries. Stars Aasif Mandvi, Mike Colter, Michael Emerson.
These new shows will premiere midseason:
Broke - Comedy about a single mother (Pauley Perrette) whose broke sister (Natasha Leggero) shows up on her doorstep.
FBI: Most Wanted - Spin-off starring Julian McMahon, Alana de la Garza, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Kellan Lutz.
Tommy - Edie Falco stars in this drama about the first female Chief of Police for Los Angeles.
Also of note, Sela Ward will not be returning for the second season of FBI. She was only contracted for one season and chose not to return.
She didn’t have much to do on the show.
CBS has announced that this season will be the last for Hawaii Five-0. That's an unusual way to end a long running show these days. The norm has become an announcement that the next season will be the last.
It looks like Alex O’Loughlin was going to leave the show after this season (his and Scott Caan's contracts are up), and the producers decided not to move forward with a new co-leading actor.
The 2-hour series finale will air on Friday, April 3.
That is a good idea. The show is old and stale.
Hello to all. I miss the banter.
I watch God Friended Me.
I think that is the only new show.