Today CBS unveiled the full fall schedule for later this year, and the headline news is clearly tied to NCIS season 19. After all, for the first time the show is moving away from Tuesday nights in a permanent capacity! It’s taking the place of the canceled All Rise Monday nights at 9:00 p.m. Eastern, and will be followed up immediately afterwards by new series NCIS: Hawaii. The goal here is twofold: CBS clearly wants to improve a night that they’ve struggled in for quite some time, and they also want to give over all of Tuesdays to executive producer Dick Wolf and his FBI shows.
Here’s the crazy thing: Wolf basically has a full Tuesday lineup on CBS now, plus also all of Wednesdays and Thursdays over on NBC. That is a lot of control for just one producer, but to be fair all of his shows tend to deliver big.
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Take a look at the full schedule below to get some other notes. Remember that all times listed are Eastern.
8:00 – The Neighborhood
8:30 – Bob Hearts Abishola
9:00 – NCIS
10:00 – NCIS: Hawaii (new drama)
8:00 – FBI
9:00 – FBI: International (new drama)
10:00 – FBI: Most Wanted
8:00 – Survivor
9:00 – Tough as Nails
10:00 – CSI: Vegas (“new” series, basically a revival of the original with new and familiar faces)
8:00 – Young Sheldon
8:30 – United States of Al
9:00 – Ghosts (new comedy)
9:30 – B Positive
10:00 – Bull
8:00 – SWAT
9:00 – Magnum PI
10:00 – Blue Bloods
8:00 – The Equalizer
9:00 – NCIS: Los Angeles
10:00 – SEAL Team / SWAT
With Sundays, how it is going to work is that SEAL Team will move to Paramount+ after the first handful of episodes air — from there, SWAT will take over. It will be replaced on Fridays by some different programming.
What do you think about NCIS season 19 being on the move?
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