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CBS schedule for the 2020-2021 season

CBS has - just like FOX and The CW - revealed their upcoming season schedule.

Three new series will join the schedule, alongside 23 returning series. Clarice, the new series will premiere in the middle of the season. Two more new series are B Positive and The Equalizer (2020). S.W.A.T. (2017) and Undercover Boss (US) will start later in the season. Somewhere in the middle of the season, it is expected that there will be announcements of new series.

Down below, you'll find the schedule* as revealed by CBS;

Monday
20.00 – The Neighborhood - Season 3
20.30 – Bob Hearts Abishola - Season 2
21.00 – All Rise - Season 2
22.00 - Bull (2016) - Season 5

Tuesday
20.00 – NCIS - Season 18
21.00 – FBI - Season 3
22.00 – FBI: Most Wanted - Season 2

Wednesday
20.00 – Survivor - Season 41
21.00 – The Amazing Race - Season 32 new time
22.00 – Seal Team - Season 4 new time

Thursday
20.00 – Young Sheldon - Season 4
20.30 – B Positive - New series
21.00 – Mom - Season 8
21.30 – The Unicorn - Season 2 new time
22.00 – Evil - Season 2

Friday
20.00 – MacGyver (2016)- Season 5
21.00 – Magnum, P.I. - Season 3
22.00 – Blue Bloods - Season 11

Sunday
20.00 – The Equalizer (2020) - New series
21.00 – NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 12
22.00 – NCIS: New Orleans - Season 7

* is subject to change
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