CBS 2018-2019 TV Trailers: FBI, The Neighborhood, and Happy Together CBS 2018-2019 TV Trailers: FBI, The Neighborhood, and Happy Together
CBS has released trailers for each of its new 2018-2019 series, including Greg Berlanti drama The Red Line and Cedric the Entertainer comedy The... CBS 2018-2019 TV Trailers: FBI, The Neighborhood, and Happy Together

Along with its 2018 schedule, CBS has unveiled trailers for each of its new shows on Wednesday. While you can check out the trailer for Magnum P.I. reboot here and religious drama God Friended Me here, below you can find your first looks at Dick Wolf drama FBI, Cedric the Entertainer comedy The Neighborhood, and Happy Together starring Damon Wayans Jr.

Trailers for military drama The Code, racial drama The Red Line, and Nina Dobrev comedy Fam have yet to be released.

The Code
Starring: Anna Wood (Falling Water), Ato Essandoh (Jason Bourne), Phillipa Soo (Hamilton), and Raffi Barsoumian (The Vampire Diaries)
Logline: The Code is a drama about the military’s brightest minds who take on our country’s toughest legal challenges, inside the courtroom and out, in the only law office in the world where every attorney is trained as a prosecutor, a defense lawyer, an investigator – and a Marine. Operating out of Judge Advocate General Headquarters in Quantico, these active-duty Marines are attorneys who have chosen to serve their country in pursuit of military justice at home and abroad. 

FBI
Starring: Connie Nielsen (Boss), Ebonee Noel (Wrecked), Jeremy Sisto (Suburgatory), Missy Peregrym (Rookie Blue), and Zeeko Zaki (Valor)
Logline: From Emmy Award winner Dick Wolf and the team behind the Law & Order franchise, FBI is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These first-class agents bring all their talents, intellect and technical expertise to tenaciously investigate cases of tremendous magnitude, including terrorism, organized crime and counterintelligence, in order to keep New York and the country safe.

Happy Together
Starring: Damon Wayans Jr. (Happy Endings), Chris Parnell (Archer), Amber Stevens West (Ghosted), and Felix Mallard (Neighbours)
Logline: Happy Together stars Damon Wayans Jr. and Amber Stevens West in a comedy about a 30-something happily married couple who begin to reconnect with their younger, cooler selves when Cooper, an exuberant young pop star drawn to their super-ordinary suburban life, unexpectedly moves in with them. 

The Neighborhood
Starring: Cedric the Entertainer (The Soul Man), Max Greenfield (New Girl), Dreama Walker (Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23), Marcel Spears (The Mayor), Sheaun McKinney (Vice Principals), and Tichina Arnold (Daytime Divas)
Logline: The Neighborhood stars Cedric the Entertainer as an opinionated neighbor in a comedy about what happens when the friendliest guy in the Midwest moves his family to a neighborhood in Los Angeles where not everyone looks like him or appreciates his extreme neighborliness. When Dave Johnson and his family arrive from Michigan, they’re unfazed that their new dream home is located in a community quite different from their small town. However, their opinionated next-door neighbor, Calvin Butler, is wary of the newcomers, certain that they’ll disrupt the culture on the block. Dave realizes that fitting into their new community is more complex than he expected, but if he can find a way to connect with Calvin, they have an excellent chance of making their new neighborhood their home.

The Red Line 
Starring: Noah Wyle (ER), Noel Fisher (Shameless), Michael Patrick Thornton (Private Practice), Aliyah Royale (Mann and Wife), Vinny Chhibber (No Tomorrow), Emayatzy Corinealdi (Hand of God), Howard Charles (The Musketeers), and Elizabeth Laidlaw (Boss)
Logline: From acclaimed producers Ava DuVernay and Greg Berlanti, The Red Line is a drama that follows the lives of three vastly different Chicago families whose stories of loss and tragedy intersect in the wake of the mistaken shooting of an African American doctor by a white cop. As the stories of the Calder, Young and Evans families crisscross and converge, a message of hope appears – it’s possible to emerge from tragedy stronger, and it’s important to come together with others, not just to survive, but to thrive. 

Shilo Adams

Shilo Adams is a contributor to KSiteTV who has written for the likes of TVOvermind, ScreenFad, and TVHackr. You can e-mail him at sda2107@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter @sda0918.