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CBS's Official 2019-2020 Fall Schedule

Young Sheldon will lead Thursdays, Magnum PI moves, and more
  • With The Big Bang Theory exiting, CBS has tapped Young Sheldon to lead Thursday nights.
    With The Big Bang Theory exiting, CBS has tapped Young Sheldon to lead Thursday nights.

    The fall 2019-2020 primetime lineup for CBS is officially here!

    CBS is betting on a somewhat stable schedule, but with a few smart tricks. Two dramas and three comedies will debut in the fall, including the Michelle and Robert King's anticipated series Evil and Chuck Lorre's new Bob Hearts Abishola. Crimimal Minds' farewell run will kick off midseason, as will the Edie Falco-starrer Tommy. To give a better chance to Magnum PI after so-so results in Season 1, the network is paring it with Hawaii 5-0 on Friday nights, while MacGyver is pushed to midseason. 

    Check out CBS' entire schedule for the 2019-20 season below.

    MONDAYS

    8:00/7:00c The Neighborhood

    8:30/7:30c Bob Hearts Abishola

    9:00/8:00c All Rise - Pilot Script Review

    10:00/9:00c Bull

    TUESDAYS

    8:00/7:00c NCIS

    9:00/8:00c FBI 

    10:00/9:00c NCIS: New Orleans

    WEDNESDAYS

    8:00/7:00c Survivor

    9:00/8:00c Seal TEAM

    10:00/9:00c S.W.A.T.

    THURSDAYS

    8:00/7:00c Young Sheldon

    8:30/7:30c The Unicorn

    9:00/8:00c Mom

    9:30/8:30c Carol's Second Act

    10:00/9:00c Evil - Pilot Script Review

    FRIDAYS

    8:00/7:00c Hawaii 5-O

    9:00/8:00c Magnum, PI

    10:00/9:00c Blue Bloods

    SUNDAYS

    8:00/7:00c God Friended Me

    9:00/8:00c NCIS: Los Angeles

    10:00/9:00c Madam Secretary

    MIDSEASON

    Criminal Minds - Wednesdays, midseason

    FBI: Most Wanted

    Broke

    Tommy - Pilot Script Review

    Macgyver

    Man With A Plan


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    Jean-Maxime Renault is a TV addict based in Paris who writes about television and movies on AlloCiné (aka "the French IMDB"). In 2015 he created Season Zero, a website about television development and pilot season, which is now a part of Primetimer. 

    TOPICS: CBS