9JKLBlue BloodsCriminal MindsHawaii Five-OKevin Can WaitLife In PiecesMacGyverMadam SecretaryMe Myself & IMomNCISNCIS: Los AngelesNCIS: New OrleansScorpionSeal TeamSuperior DonutsSWATWisdom of the CrowdYoung Sheldon Jun 1, 2017 Shilo Adams
CBS has become the first network to reveal its premiere dates for fall 2017 and they’ll be making good use out of premiere week, as the entire Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday lineups will premiere within the days of each other.
Things kick off on Sunday, September 24th with the season premiere of 60 Minutes at a special time of 7:30, with Monday, September 25th featuring the premieres of The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Kevin Can Wait, Me Myself & I, and Scorpion, respectively. Sheldon will then be on hiatus for five weeks and give its time slot up to 9JKL, which premieres Monday, October 2nd.
Tuesday, September 26th sees the premieres of NCIS, Bull, and NCIS: New Orleans and Wednesday, September 27th finds the season premieres of Survivor and Criminal Minds, as well as the series premiere of military drama Seal Team at 9:00. Thursday Night Football kicks off on Thursday, September 28th at 7:30 with a pre-game show, while the game itself begins at 8:25. Friday, September 29th finds the potent lineup of MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0, and Blue Bloods ready to team up once again.
Outside of premiere week, CBS is waiting until Sunday, October 1st to premiere Wisdom of the Crowd and NCIS: Los Angeles. The freshman drama will air at 8:30 following football, with the venerable veteran to follow at 9:30. Madam Secretary, meanwhile, will be premiering its fourth season on Sunday, October 8th at 10:00, when Wisdom of the Crowd and NCIS: Los Angeles make their time slot debuts, as well.
The CBS Monday lineup takes shape on October 30th, as Kevin Can Wait slides to 8:00 to lead into 9JKL and Me Myself & I begins its journey as 9:00 lead-in upon the premiere of Superior Donuts at 9:30. The Thursday comedy lineup, which finds The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon migrating from Thursdays to join Mom, Life in Pieces, and the series premiere of cop drama SWAT, will follow on November 2nd.