CBS Unveils Prime-Time Lineup for Fall

May 16, 2018  •  Post A Comment

CBS released its lineup of prime-time programs today for fall 2018, with plans to add eight new series throughout the season, including five for fall, along with the return of the network’s acclaimed “Murphy Brown.”

The new programs join 24 returning shows, as CBS continues to tout its overall stability along with a revamped Monday night schedule featuring the new comedies “The Neighborhood” and “Happy Together” followed by “Magnum P.I.”

The new drama “FBI” has the 9 p.m. Tuesday slot between two “NCIS” shows.

“Murphy Brown” has the Thursday 9:30 p.m. time slot, and the new drama “God Friended Me” follows “60 Minutes” on Sunday at 8 p.m.

Later in the season, the new dramas “The Code” and “The Red Line” will roll out, along with the new comedy “Fam.”

Click here for details on all the programming moves and the new shows in today’s CBS announcement.


  1. Is Efrem Zimbalist Jr. coming back for FBI?

  2. It’s amazing to me the lack of original thinking. I have to admit, I’m not a fan of endless reboots, but it’s hard to argue with the success of “Roseanne.”

  3. Their numbers show that nobody cares!

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