CBS Announces Its 2021-2022 Fall Programming Lineup

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CBS has announced its schedule for the fall 2021 season, and fans will be thrilled to learn that their beloved drama and comedy franchises will be returning, along with some exciting new shows that are sure to become favorites.

There are a few surprises, too. After 18 years of airing in the Tuesday at 8/7c slot, NCIS will move to Monday nights at 9/8c. Tuesday nights will now belong to the FBI franchise, as the flagship series and FBI: Most Wanted are joined by new drama FBI: International. Also, SEAL Team is moving to Paramount+ for its fifth season, but the drama will air its first four new episodes on CBS before moving to the streaming platform.

Check out CBS’s full fall lineup below. Which shows are you most excited about?

8/7c – The Neighborhood
8:30/7:30c – Bob Hearts Abishola
9/8c – NCIS
10/9c – NCIS: Hawaii (new series, watch trailer here)

8/7c – FBI
9/8c – FBI: International (new series, watch trailer here)
10/9c – FBI: Most Wanted

8/7c – Survivor
9/8c – Tough As Nails
10/9c – CSI: Vegas (new series, watch trailer here)

8/7c – Young Sheldon
8:30/7:30c – United States of Al
9/8c – Ghosts (new series, watch trailer here)
9:30/8:30c – B Positive
10/9c – Bull

8/7c – S.W.A.T./Unscripted
9/8c – Magnum P.I.
10/9c – Blue Bloods

10/9c – 48 Hours

7/6c – 60 Minutes
8/7c – The Equalizer
9/8c – NCIS: Los Angeles
10/9c – SEAL Team/S.W.A.T.

Good Sam (new series)
Smallwood (new series)
Come Dance With Me (new competition series)
Undercover Boss 
The Amazing Race 
Blood & Treasure

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