CBS 2015-16 Fall Schedule: ‘Supergirl’ to Mondays, ‘Life in Pieces’ to benefit from ‘Big Bang Theory’

CBS is never one to take particularly bold risks when it comes to its schedule, so don’t be too shocked that even in spite of some waning viewership in the 18-49 demographic as of late, they are still keeping the majority of their schedule the same. What their lineup shows to us is that they view change for the most part as a bad thing, and the same could go for shows coming from outside studios.

There are no major changes here at all when it comes to returning shows, save for one or two that are being held until midseason. The only part of the schedule that is a little bit complicated is the part that is brought on by Thursday Night Football taking the place of “The Big Bang Theory” and some other shows for at least the first few weeks of the month.

Mondays (until the end of football in November)

8:00 – “The Big Bang Theory”

8:30 – “Life in Pieces” (new comedy)

9:00 – “Scorpion”

10:00 – “NCIS: Los Angeles”

Mondays (after football ends)

8:00 – “Supergirl” (new series)

9:00 – “Scorpion”

10:00 – “NCIS: Los Angeles”


8:00 – “NCIS”

9:00 – “NCIS: New Orleans”

10:00 – “Limitless” (new drama)


8:00 – “Survivor”

9:00 – “Criminal Minds”

10:00 – “Code Black” (new drama)

Thursdays (after football)

8:00 – “The Big Bang Theory”

8:30 – “Life in Pieces”

9:00 – “Mom”

9:30 – “Angel From Hell” (new comedy)

10:00 – “Elementary”


8:00 – “The Amazing Race”

9:00 – “Hawaii Five-0”

10:00 – “Blue Bloods”


8:00 – “Madam Secretary”

9:00 – “The Good Wife”

10:00 – “CSI: Cyber”

“Supergirl” is the most-hyped of any of the network’s new shows, so you really should not be altogether surprised that it has a prime spot on Monday night. It is worth noting, though, that after it transitions over this may be the first time that CBS has not aired a comedy on Monday night in a very long time.

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