CBS is shuffling its comedy lineup within the fall because the community serves up its first primetime schedule with out “The Huge Bang Idea” in additional than 12 years. CBS additionally confirmed the Tea Leoni drama “Madam Secretary” will finish with its sixth season and a last 10-episode run.

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CBS will add three new comedies to the lineup together with the return of “All people Loves Raymond” alum Patricia Heaton on Thursday’s in “Carol’s Second Act.” CBS is giving drama launch pads to “Evil,” from “The Good Spouse” creators, within the Thursday 10 p.m. slot and courtroom drama “All Rise” within the Monday 9 p.m. berth.

The Eye could have a giant hole to fill on Thursday after this week’s last bow of “The Huge Bang Idea,” lengthy one of many pillars of CBS’ comedy block. “Younger Sheldon,” the “Huge Bang” prequel, slides all the way down to the Eight p.m. anchor slot. Newcomer “The Unicorn,” starring Walton Goggins as a widower and father, lands at 8:30 p.m., adopted by season seven of “Mother” and “Carol’s Second Act” at 9:30 p.m.

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CBS Leisure president Kelly Kahl known as the community’s strikes a bid to craft a schedule that’s “secure however not sleepy, aggressive however not reckless.”

On Monday, home comedy “The Neighborhood” returns within the anchor slot for its second season. “Bob Hearts Abishola,” a brand new providing from the Chuck Lorre comedy membership, slides in at 8:30 p.m. Season 4 of drama “Bull” returns at 10 p.m. following “All Rise,” which revolves across the lives of judges, prosecutors and public defenders.

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The Eye’s Tuesday and Sunday drama lineups return in tact. The procedural “FBI” is again for season two at 9 p.m., sandwiched by “NCIS” and “NCIS: New Orleans.” Wednesday is established order with “Survivor” and “Seal Workforce” from 8-10 p.m., adopted by “SWAT,” which relocates for its third season from the Thursday 10 p.m. berth this previous season.

Friday sees “Hawaii 5-0” transfer up an hour to the Eight p.m. spot for its ninth season. “Magnum, P.I.” shuffles off Monday to the 9 p.m. slot adopted by season 9 of “Blue Bloods.”

Saturday is a two-hour Amortization Theater showcase of crime drama reruns from 8-10 p.m. adopted as ever by “48 Hours.”

On Sunday, CBS is sticking with final yr’s slate of “60 Minutes,” “God Friended Me,” “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Madam Secretary.”

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Eight p.m.: The Neighborhood

8:30 p.m.: Bob Coronary heart Abishola (new)

9 p.m.: All Rise (new)

10 p.m.: Bull


Eight p.m.: NCIS

9 p.m.: FBI

10 p.m.: NCIS: New Orleans


Eight p.m.: Survivor

9 p.m.: Seal Workforce

10 p.m.: SWAT (new time interval)


Eight p.m.: Younger Sheldon (new time interval)

8:30 p.m.: The Unicorn (new)

9 p.m.: Mother

9:30 p.m.: Carol’s Second Act (new)

10 p.m.: Evil (new)


Eight p.m.: Hawaii 5-0 (new time interval)

9 p.m.: Magnum, P.I. (new time interval)

10 p.m.: Blue Bloods


Eight p.m.: Crimetime Saturday

10 p.m.: 48 Hours


7 p.m.: 60 Minutes

Eight p.m.: God Friended Me

9 p.m.: NCIS: Los Angeles

10 p.m.: Madam Secretary

(Pictured: “All Rise”)


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