Blue Bloods season 10, NCIS season 17, more premiere dates revealed

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Interested in knowing the NCIS season 17 premiere date? What about Blue Bloods season 10? No matter what your fancy is when it comes to shows coming back on the air this fall, CBS officially lifted the veil on all of them this afternoon!

Note here that we’re speaking here only about CBS shows that are on this fall, as there are some others including the likes of Criminal Minds that are being saved until the new year. Remember also that the times listed are all Eastern Standard, so we suggest adjust accordingly depending of course on where you are in the world. These times are subject to change.

You can also check out at the bottom of this article our official break down of the schedule (without premiere dates) from this past month; once you watch it, remember to subscribe to CarterMatt on YouTube so you don’t miss out on any up coming TV scoop! We have daily videos there on all sorts of CBS shows including NCIS, Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0 and more!

Monday, September 23

8:00 – The Neighborhood

8:30 – Bob Hearts Abishola

9:00 – All Rise

10:00 – Bull

Tuesday, September 24

8:00 – NCIS

9:00 – FBI

10:00 – NCIS: New Orleans

Wednesday, September 25

8:00 – Survivor (90-minute premiere)

The fact that Survivor was given a 90-minute premiere highly suggests to us that this will also be the Big Brother 21 finale, and that said finale will run for ninety minutes as well. That’s what CBS has done in the past, but it is currently unconfirmed.

Thursday, September 26

8:00 – Young Sheldon

8:30 – The Unicorn

9:00 – Mom

9:30 – Carol’s Second Act

10:00 – Evil

Friday, September 27

8:00 – Hawaii Five-0

9:00 – Magnum PI

10:00 – Blue Bloods

Sunday, September 29

7:30 – 60 Minutes

8:30 – God Friended Me

9:30 – NCIS: Los Angeles

Wondering about the odd start times? It’s because the shows are all appearing after NFL football. Note that they could be delayed a little bit further than these times, depending on what happens when it comes to the action of the given day.

Wednesday, October 2

9:00 – SEAL Team

10:00 – SWAT

Sunday, October 6

10:00 – Madam Secretary

Are there any major surprises in here?

Not particularly. CBS tends to premiere most of their stuff at the end of September and follow a fairly typical schedule — it’s one of the luxuries of being one of the most-watched networks on TV. Yet again entering this season, they’ve got a roster full of established hits and not very many gambles. The two new dramas are All Rise and then also Evil, and we’re still not sold on either one of them. The former has the DNA of a typical court show, and we’re not sure that anyone’s banging down the door for another one of those. Meanwhile, Evil has a great pedigree courtesy of executive producers Robert and Michelle King, but great producers don’t always = a great series. We’ve seen enough examples of that to the contrary.

To us, the most likely newcomer to succeed of this group is Carol’s Second Act — Patricia Heaton is a comedy titan and, beyond that, Ashley Tisdale recently joined in a recasting. This is a perfect way to ensure that this show has multi-generational appeal. CBS needs a big comedy hit after The Big Bang Theory and this could end up being hit.

(Photo: CBS.)

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