Wednesday, May 17, 2017

CBS' 2017-18 Schedule: 'Young Sheldon' and '9JKL' Both Debut After 'The Big Bang Theory'; 'SEAL Team' Bumps 'Criminal Minds'

CBS is the fourth broadcast network this week to announce its schedule for the upcoming 2017-18 season. Once again, the network continues to dominate in total viewers while the other networks have pulled ahead in the core demographic. Here is CBS' plans to try and change that this year.

CBS' Schedule for the 2016-17 Season:

        7-8PM: 60 Minutes
        8-9PM: Wisdom of the Crowd (New Drama)
        9-10PM: NCIS: Los Angeles (Season 9)
        10-11PM: Madam Secretary (Season 4)

MONDAY (September - October)
        8-8:30PM: The Big Bang Theory (Season 11)
        8:30-9PM: 9JKL (New Comedy)
        9-9:30PM: Kevin Can Wait (Season 2)
        9:30-10PM: Me, Myself and I (New Comedy)
        10-11PM: Scorpion (Season 4)

MONDAY (Starting October 30)
        8-8:30PM: Kevin Can Wait
        8:30-9PM: 9JKL
        9-9:30PM: Me, Myself and I
        9:30-10PM: Superior Donuts (Season 2)
        10-11PM: Scorpion

        8-9PM: NCIS (Season 15)
        9-10PM: Bull (Season 2)
        10-11PM: NCIS: New Orleans (Season 4)

        8-9PM: Survivor (Season 35)
        9-10PM: SEAL Team (New Drama)
        10-11PM: Criminal Minds (Season 13)

THURSDAY (September - October)
        8-11PM: Thursday Night Football

THURSDAY (Starting November 2)
        8-8:30PM: The Big Bang Theory
        8:30-9PM: Young Sheldon (New Comedy)
        9-9:30PM: Mom (Season 5)
        9:30-10PM: Life in Pieces (Season 3)
        10-11PM: S.W.A.T. (New Drama)

        8-9PM: MacGyver (Season 2)
        9-10PM: Hawaii Five-0 (Season 8)
        10-11PM: Blue Bloods (Season 8)

        8-10PM: Crimetime Saturday
        10-11PM: 48 Hours

Absent from the Schedule: new seasons of The Amazing Race, Code Black, Elementary, Man With a Plan and Undercover Boss; new comedy By the Book; and new drama Instinct.

Trailers for the new shows as well as analysis of this schedule will be posted later today.