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CBS Fall 2019 TV Schedule: Young Sheldon, All Rise, Evil & More

Mike Colter and Katja Herbers Evil CBS

CBS is set to deliver its presentation at the network upfronts, which will include a first look at many of the network’s new dramas and comedies, as well as its upcoming offerings for CBS All Access. As the fall TV schedule is beginning to take shape across all the broadcast networks, it looks as though CBS is doing more shuffling around than its competitors, and it’s also bringing in some potential heavy hitters in the drama department, with Evil the new drama from The Good Wife and The Good Fight creators Michelle and Robert King. 

In addition to having the creative energies of the Kings, Evil boasts an impressive cast that features former Luke Cage star Mike Colter (he also had a recurring role in The Good Wife), Westworld’s Katja Herbers (she played the Man in Black’s daughter), and former Person of Interest star Michael Emerson. It also looks as though it will fill an interesting niche on broadcast television, potentially filling the void left by such shows as The X-Files and The Exorcist. 

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But the CBS fall 2019 TV schedule isn’t all about Evil. The network also has the legal drama All Rise, starring another Luke Cage star, Simone Missick, as well as comedies The Unicorn with Walton Goggins, Bob Hearts Abishola, and Carol’s Second Act. You can check out the full schedule below as well as a teaser for Evil:

MONDAY

8pm The Neighborhood

8:30pm Bob Hearts Abishola

9pm All Rise

10pm Bull

TUESDAY

8pm NCIS

9pm FBI

10pm NCIS: New Orleans

WEDNESDAY

8pm Survivor

9pm SEAL Team

10pm S.W.A.T

THURSDAY

8pm Young Sheldon

8:30pm The Unicorn 

9pm Mom

9:30pm Carol’s Second Act

10pm Evil 

FRIDAY

8pm Hawaii Five-0

9pm Magnum P.I.

10pm Blue Bloods

SATURDAY

8pm Crimetime Saturday

9pm Crimetime Saturday

10pm 48 Hours

SUNDAY

7pm 60 Minute

8pm God Friended Me

9pm NCIS: Los Angeles

10pm Madam Secretary

It’s interesting that CBS is essentially giving up on any new programming for Saturday nights (aside from 48 Hours). Instead, the network will run encores of its primetime dramas, though it remains to be seen which ones and how they’ll be chosen. Additionally, it looks as though the network is reinforcing Friday nights as its block of action-oriented dramas by moving Magnum P.I. from Mondays and holding on to MacGyver season 3 until midseason. 

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