CBS' Fall 2017 Schedule: 'SEAL Team,' 'SWAT' and 'Young Sheldon' Join Stable Line-Up
CBS' Fall 2017 Schedule: 'SEAL Team,' 'SWAT' and 'Young Sheldon' Join Stable Line-Up
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
CBS is easily the most stable network on television, and that is proven by its Fall 2017 schedule. The vast majority of the schedule remains the same, with six new shows filling in the gaps. The line-ups for Tuesday and Friday night remain identical to what they were last Fall.


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As usual, the schedule for Monday will be in flux due to Thursday Night Football. For the first half of the Fall, The Big Bang Theory will lead into a night that features two new sitcoms, but once football ends, The Big Bang Theory heads to Thursdays where it will lead into its own spin-off, Young Sheldon. Young Sheldon will also get a one-night special premiere following The Big Bang Theory on Monday, September 25.

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The new David Boreanaz drama SEAL Team joins Wednesday nights, pushing Criminal Minds back to 10pm. And the Shemar Moore drama S.W.A.T. will join the Thursday night line-up starting on November 2.

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Finally, Jeremy Piven's new drama Wisdom of the Crowd will kick off Sunday nights, moving Madam Secretary to 10pm.

For mid-season, CBS still has two more new shows, plus Elementary, Code Black, Man with a Plan and The Amazing Race.

Here's a look at CBS' new shows, what isn't coming back and the schedule for Fall.

SEAL Team: A drama about an elite team of Navy SEALs starring Bones' David Boreanaz and Bates Motel's Max Thieriot.

S.W.A.T.: A drama about a SWAT team in Los Angeles, starring Criminal Minds' Shemar Moore.

Wisdom of the Crowd: A drama starring Jeremy Piven about a tech innovator who creates a crowd-sourcing app to solve crimes.

Young Sheldon: A prequel to The Big Bang Theory about Sheldon's life in Texas as a young boy genius.

Me, Myself and I: A comedy told in three time periods, following one man's life from a 14-year-old in the '90s to a 40-year-old in the present to a 65-year-old in 2042.

9JKL: A sitcom starring Mark Feuerstein as a man who lives in an apartment between his parents and his brother's family.

Instinct: A former CIA operative turned college professor, played by The Good Wife's Alan Cumming, teams up with the NYPD to solve crimes. The drama also stars Scandal's Khandi Alexander and Lost's Naveen Andrews.

By the Book: A sitcom about a man who decides to live his life according to the Bible.

Returning Shows Not Yet on the Schedule: The Amazing Race, Code Black, Elementary, Man with a Plan, Undercover Boss

Cancelled: Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior, Doubt, Pure Genius, Training Day, Ransom, 2 Broke Girls, The Great Indoors, The Odd Couple

FALL 2017

MONDAY
8pm: The Big Bang Theory
8:30pm: 9JKL (NEW)
9pm: Kevin Can Wait
9:30pm: Me, Myself and I (NEW)
10pm: Scorpion

MONDAY (Starting October 30)
8pm: Kevin Can Wait
8:30pm: 9JKL (NEW)
9pm: Me, Myself and I (NEW)    
9:30pm: Superior Donuts
10pm: Scorpion

TUESDAY
8pm: NCIS
9pm: Bull
10pm: NCIS: New Orleans

WEDNESDAY
8pm: Survivor
9pm: SEAL Team (NEW)
10pm: Criminal Minds

THURSDAY (Starting November 2)
8pm: The Big Bang Theory
8:30pm: Young Sheldon (NEW)
9pm: Mom
9:30pm: Life in Pieces
10pn: S.W.A.T. (NEW)

FRIDAY
8pm: MacGyver
9pm: Hawaii Five-0
10pm: Blue Bloods

SUNDAY
7pm: 60 Minutes
8pm: Wisdom of the Crowd (NEW)
9pm: NCIS: Los Angeles
10pm: Madam Secretary


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