CBS has taken the wraps off its fall schedule, with the network using what it is calling a “multi-phase rollout” for its season premieres and new shows.
Among the highlights, “NFL Thursday Night Football” kicks off Sept. 17, with Premiere Week set to launch Monday, Sept. 21, with the return of “The Big Bang Theory” leading into the series premiere of “Life in Pieces.”
The Tuesday night drama lineup will see the series debut of “Limitless” at 10 p.m. along with season premieres for “NCIS” at 8 p.m. and “NCIS: New Orleans” at 9 p.m.
“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” will wrap up its 15-year run with a special two-hour series finale on Sunday, Sept. 27.
Among the shows set to premiere in Week Two are the new medical series “Code Black” and the new season of “Criminal Minds,” with both premieres set for Wednesday, Sept. 30.
“Supergirl” will make its series debut a little later in the season, launching Monday, Oct. 26.
The Thursday night lineup takes shape Nov. 5, when “Big Bang Theory” and “Life in Pieces” move to their regular time slots at 8 p.m. and 8:30, followed by the third season premiere of “Mom,” the series debut of the comedy “Angel From Hell” and the fourth season premiere of “Elementary.”