CBS Fall Schedule: Big Bang Theory, CSI, NCIS: LA on the Move

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CBS became the latest network to release its new fall schedule this morning, making major changes to two of its longest-running programs:

With the network airing NFL games on Thursday nights, beginning in September, The Big Bang Theory will shift to Mondays at 8. Elsewhere, CSI is moving to Sundays at 10.

New programs (in CAPS below), meanwhile, include Kevin William’s Stalker and the NCIS spinoff set in New Orleans…

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8 pm The Big Bang Theory
8:30 Mom
10 pm NCIS: Los Angeles
8 pm NCIS
10 pm Person of Interest
8 pm Survivor
9 pm Criminal Minds
8 pm Thursday Night Football
(NOTE: The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, Two and a Half Men, The McCarthys and Elementary will all return to Thursdays on October 30)
8 pm The Amazing Race
9 pm Hawaii Five-0
10 pm Blue Bloods
7 pm 60 Minutes
9 pm The Good Wife
10 pm CSI
  • CSI: Cyber will take over the CSI timeslot in early 2015.
  • Other new programs on tap for midseason include Matthew Perry's The Odd Couple and Vince Gilligan's Battle Creek.
  • The Mentalist will also be held for 2015.
  • This will be the FINAL SEASON of Two and a Half Men.

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what they should have done was Leave NCIS LA and put NCIS new Orleans on at 10 Tuesday and put Person of interests on Mondays at 10

@ tania



NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO put NCIS Los Angeles back with NCIS we don't need a new one

@ Blitz

Why? NCIS LA does better on Monday then on Tuesday


im glad for Matthew Perry and Scott Bakula each having new shows


I was thrilled that The Mentalist got a Season 7 but then found out it was only 13 episodes long instead of the ususal 22. Now, on top of that I find that it won't be on until the second half of the season (January???) -- I'll suffer withdrawal by that time. Also, they didn't say what night they will be on when they finally do come back -- please don't let it be Sunday or Thursday since I believe sports was put in on Thursday also. I was hoping for a Sept. start so that possibly they could prove themselves worthy of a full season. I just hope we stil get the 13 episodes at least and that they don't change their minds before January.


Never watch regular programing on weekends. Too many real good show on PBS and Knowledge network.
With this line up I can go to bed early every night.


why do these ntworks mostly cbs have to play the shuffle game! i mean really ncisla opposite castle and mentalist was in jeopardy they last minute renew it and maybe not on til january. they just want ncisneworleans to do good and the hell with the other shows!!!!!!


Well, I know what channel I won't be watching, CBS.


What about Mike & Molly? When is that coming back?

@ AmyLynn

When one of the new shows fails and they have a hole in the schedule they need to fill.


NCIS:LA up against The Blacklist and Castle? That's dumb!

@ poppysmom

I agree - I think NICS LA is just going to fade away. Too bad.

@ poppysmom

Only till November. Then the Blacklist moves to Thursdays and State of Affairs takes it's place.


Well, that'll be the end of CSI. As soon as they move a show to Sunday night, it's the kiss of death. Not since Murder She Wrote and Touched By An Angel, has CBS been able to "own" a Sunday night time slot....All the network programming execs are idiots.

@ Crystal Ilsley

ummm Mentalist has survived in that timeslot... With Sunday football delays, that show will be heading mostly to On Demand..... Not that much need to watch it live because of mostly stand alone stories.. I am curious if it is a full season order and it may slide into a spot if shows don't work... CSI Miami also did fine until it ran out of steam... This is probably last season of CSI anyway... I wonder if it ends with Grissom coming back in person this time...

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