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CBS found itself in familiar terrain coming into the 2017–2018 television season: It is No. Kahl offered his congratulations to NBC, but “we like winning,” he said.
“You cannot live without the shows we have.” Kelly Kahl, senior executive vice president of CBS Primetime, also pointed out that NCIS has more viewers than This Is Us.
On the contrary.” Here’s what CBS has coming to TV in the 2017–2018 season: Who's in it? Ted Humphrey, Avi Nir, Alon Shtruzman, Peter Traugott, Rachel Kaplan, Dror Mishani, Shira Hadad, Adam Davidson What's it about?
Mark Feuerstein, Linda Lavin, Elliott Gould, David Walton, Liza Lapira, Matt Murray Who created it? A brilliant tech genius invents a crowdsourcing application to help solve his daughter's murder.
(The popularity of This Is Us among 18- to 49-year-olds, the demographic advertisers seek, was not mentioned.)CBS is hoping that The Big Bang Theory and Kevin Can Wait will help launch three of their biggest new comedies: 9JKL; Me, Myself & I; and Young Sheldon.
Elsewhere on the schedule there is very little shuffling. This fall Bull will be the only drama airing at 9 p.m.
Dan Kopelman, Aaron Kaplan, Dana Honor, Randall Einhorn What's it about? Young Sheldon looks very sweet — but it doesn't seem to have a lot of laughs in this trailer? to be so intensely focused on attempting to heal the deeply fractured relationship between the police and the black community in Los Angeles. Along the way, people (who are probably on Reddit) start using the software to help solve other crimes, which at first annoys Tanner, until he decides that “people want to be a part of something meaningful.” This bit of dialogue is said as a group of cell-phone-holding citizens crowd around an alleged criminal. Michael Rauch, Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, James Patterson, Bill Robinson, Leopoldo Gout, Alan Cumming, Marc Webb What's it about? Ferguson, Lindsey Kraft, Ian Gomez, David Krumholtz, Tony Rock, Camryn Manheim Who created it? Monday post-football Kevin Can Wait, 8 p.m.*9JKL, p.m.*Me, Myself & I, 9 p.m. During a press breakfast with CBS, NPR’s Eric Deggans brought up the fact that all of CBS’s new shows star men and they’re joining a schedule that is already heavily male. Moonves noted that “more women watched CBS percentage-wise than any other network.” He added that as a CEO of a corporation, he has to look at what’s happening everywhere on CBS, not just in its primetime programming, but also in its morning shows as well as on its sister networks The CW and Showtime. “High-octane, good natural bridge between the two shows,” Kahl said of the new series.After Thursday Night Football ends, The Big Bang Theory will move to Thursdays at 8 p.m.