CBS Tweaks Tonight’s Prime Time

Mar 25, 2019  •  Post A Comment

CBS is scrapping part of tonight’s prime-time lineup to make room for a special program from CBS News on the Mueller Report.

“The Mueller Report: A Turning Point” will air at 10 p.m. The one-hour program will pre-empt the regularly scheduled episode of the drama series “Bull,” which will move to Monday, April 1.

“‘The Mueller Report: A Turning Point’ will unpack the findings of a two-year investigation into President Donald Trump, his aides, allies and associates answering the question of whether the then candidate and his campaign coordinated with the Kremlin to win the White House and if the president obstructed justice,” CBS said in today’s announcement.

The special will be simulcast on CBS News Radio and will also be available on CBS All Access. The special will be also available at 1 a.m. ET on CBSN, CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news service, and will be on CBSNews.com.

The special will be anchored by Jeff Glor. Please click here for additional details.


  1. The network once home to Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite will hopefully move the reputation forward.

  2. This is the worst idea CBS. If I wanted to now more about the report I would watch the news. I look forward to Bull and now I just turned off the TV. I guess I will have to read a book.

  3. I agree with Jeff- “This is the worst idea CBS. If I wanted to now more about the report I would watch the news.” Unlike Jeff I just went to another channel that had an alternative PRIME TIME ENTERTAINMENT program.
    Bad move CBS.

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