When Thursday Night Football is on the schedule, Mondays will offer The Big Bang Theory and new comedy 9JKL, which starts October 2 and "has a Raymond feel to it", said Kahl.
Set in 1989, the show will be narrated by Jim Parsons AKA the original Sheldon, and will star Iain Armitage, who is now starring in Sky Atlantic's Big Little Lies, as Young Sheldon, the boy genius who skipped four grades to start high school at the same time as his older, football-playing brother.
CBS will air a one-time preview episode of Young Sheldon on September 25 following BBT, and the series will officially kick off on November 2.
On Oct. 2, new family comedy 9JKL premieres at 8:30 PM, starring Mark Feuerstein, Linda Lavin and Elliott Gould, with THE BIG BANG THEORY providing the best comedy lead-in on television.
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"Code Black", "Elementary, "Man with a Plan", "The Amazing Race" and "Undercover Boss" are part of CBS' 2017-2018 primetime schedule, but no details were immediately available on airdates or time slots".
CBS Corp. chief executive Leslie Moonves said he hopes "Big Bang Theory" continues beyond the two-year deal that was just concluded.
THURSDAY: 8, NFL Thursday Night Football.
On Wednesdays, it's Survivor, new drama Seal Team and Criminal Minds.
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Tuesday: 8:00 p.m. "NCIS" 9:00 p.m. At 10:00 PM, Shemar Moore returns to CBS in the new action-packed drama S.W.A.T.
New midseason shows include "By The Book", a comedy about a modern-day man who decides to live his life strictly by the Bible, and "Instinct", starring Alan Cumming as a gifted author, university professor and former Central Intelligence Agency operative who is lured back to his old life by the NYPD when they need his help to stop a serial killer.
CBS runs encores of its crime dramas on Saturdays, followed by "48 Hours" at 10 p.m.
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