Blue BeetleBullGeneral TV NewsHawaii Five-OKevin Can WaitLife In PiecesMacGyverMadam SecretaryMan with a PlanMomNCISNCIS: Los AngelesNCIS: New OrleansScorpionSuperior DonutsThe Big Bang Theory Mar 23, 2017 Craig Byrne, Editor-In-Chief
CBS has renewed 18 series for the 2017-2018 TV season. The renewals include many fan favorites. Not mentioned yet are shows like 2 Broke Girls, Criminal Minds, Elementary or Code Black; we’re assuming at the very least that Criminal Minds will be back for more.
Here’s the press release with a list of shows that are renewed:
CBS RENEWS 18 SERIES FOR THE 2017-2018 SEASON
Pick-Ups Include the #1 Scripted Program/Comedy, the #1 Drama, the #1 New Series, the #1 New Comedy and the #1 Newsmagazine
5 Freshman Series Part of Network’s Early Renewals
CBS today announced early renewals of 18 returning series for the 2017-2018 season, displaying the programming depth and stability of America’s Most Watched Network. Additional returning series pick-ups for next season will be announced at a later date.
The shows renewed to date include 6 comedies, 9 dramas, 1 reality series, 2 newsmagazines and a roster of hit programs across every night of the week. They also include the #1 scripted program/comedy THE BIG BANG THEORY; the #1 drama NCIS; the #1 new series BULL; the #1 new comedy KEVIN CAN WAIT; and the #1 newsmagazine 60 MINUTES.
In addition, 5 freshman shows are part of the Network’s early renewals, including BULL, KEVIN CAN WAIT, MACGYVER, MAN WITH A PLAN and SUPERIOR DONUTS.
Following are the renewed series to date for the 2017-2018 season:
- THE BIG BANG THEORY*
- BLUE BLOODS
- HAWAII FIVE-0
- KEVIN CAN WAIT
- LIFE IN PIECES
- MADAM SECRETARY
- MAN WITH A PLAN
- NCIS: LOS ANGELES
- NCIS: NEW ORLEANS
- SUPERIOR DONUTS
- 48 HOURS
- 60 MINUTES
CBS will finish the current season as America’s Most Watched Network for the 14th time in 15 years. The Network will announce its new fall 2017-2018 schedule on Wednesday, May 17 at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
* Renewals for THE BIG BANG THEORY and NCIS were previously announced.