Is All Rise new tonight on CBS? If you love the series, we’re going to have more discussion on that subject and more within.
Without further ado, though, let’s just go ahead and get some of the bad news out of the way: The courtroom drama starring Simone Missick is not going to be airing a new episode. Instead, you will see a repeat airing at a special time in 10:00 p.m. Eastern time. What’s going on there? We like to think of it as a test — this is CBS seeing how the show fares with a rerun in a later timeslot, just in case it ever ends up being moved there. It makes some sense for them to experiment a little just so that they can make as much money as humanly possible.
So, at least for now, don’t interpret the later airing as a sign that this is where All Rise is going to end up living for good.
As for what the remainder of the schedule is going to look like, rest assured that we come bearing some of that good news now! If you look below, you can take a look at some of the upcoming details for what is coming up next:
Episode 8 (November 18), “Marisela and the Desert” – “Lola and Emily find themselves on opposing sides when the key witness in a murder trial is the victim’s 11-year-old daughter. Also, when Mark’s key witness in a case winds up in a Vegas jail, Luke accompanies Mark on a road trip to the desert to bring the witness back to testify, on ALL RISE, Monday, Nov. 18 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.”
We can also confirm that there will be an episode of the series airing on November 25 entitled “How to Succeed in Law Without Really Re-Trying,” but there isn’t a whole lot of information out there about it just yet. Fingers crossed that this is a situation that changes over the next several days.
Based on the fact that All Rise already has a full-season pick-up over at CBS, know this: We’re going to see a LOT more stories coming up soon.
What do you want to see when All Rise returns to the air, and are you bummed out that the show is not on tonight? Be sure to share right now in the comments, and remember to stick around for some additional news. (Photo: CBS.)