Monday, November 13, 2023

CBS Announces Premiere Dates for 'NCIS,' 'Young Sheldon,' 'Fire Country,' 'Tracker,' 'Ghosts,' 'Elsbeth' & More!

CBS has today become the first broadcast network to announce premiere dates for its regular schedule of scripted programming following the conclusion of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. The network plans on launching the bulk of its shows following its broadcast of the Super Bowl in February.

Sunday, February 11
        5:30PM: Super Bowl LVIII 
        10PM: Tracker (Series Premiere)

Monday, February 12
        8PM: The Neighborhood (Season 6 Premiere)
        8:30PM: Bob Hearts Abishola (Season 5 Premiere)
        9PM: NCIS (Season 21 Premiere)
        10PM: NCIS: Hawai'i (Season 3 Premiere)

Tuesday, February 13
        8PM: FBI (Season 6 Premiere)
        9PM: FBI: International (Season 3 Premiere)
        10PM: FBI: Most Wanted (Season 5 Premiere)

Thursday, February 15
        8PM: Young Sheldon (Season 7 Premiere)
        8:30PM: Ghosts (Season 3 Premiere)
        9PM: So Help Me Todd (Season 2 Premiere)

Friday, February 16
        8PM: S.W.A.T. (Season 7 Premiere)
        9PM: Fire Country (Season 2 Premiere)
        10PM: Blue Bloods (Season 14 Premiere)

Sunday, February 18
        8PM: The Equalizer (Season 4 Premiere)
        9PM: Tracker (Time Slot Debut)
        10PM: CSI: Vegas (Season 3 Premiere)

Wednesday, February 28
        8PM: Survivor (Season 46 Premiere, Two Hours)

Thursday, February 29
        10PM: Elsbeth (Series Premiere)

Wednesday, March 13
        9:30PM: The Amazing Race (Season 36 Premiere)

Just like their current seasons this fall, Survivor and The Amazing Race will continue to produce 90 minute episodes for their upcoming seasons in the spring. Moreover, the broadcast network has officially delayed the launches of new drama Matlock starring Kathy Bates and new comedy Poppa's House starring Damon Wayans and Damon Wayans Jr. to the 2024-25 broadcast season.