Tater on TV: CBS Announces Fall Schedule

CBS has done me a favor and released their schedule early enough for me to write about it before I leave for the day. Here we go.

Monday

8pm – The Neighborhood

8:30pm – Bob Hearts Abishola

9pm – NCIS

10pm – NCIS: Hawaii

Tuesday

8pm – FBi

9pm – FBI: International

10pm – FBI: Most Wanted

Wednesday

8pm – Survivor

9pm – Amazing Race

10pm – The Real Love Boat – a reality dating show based on the Love Boat where singles board a cruise ship and participate in dates and challenges to test their compatibility.

Thursday

8pm – Young Sheldon

8:30pm – Ghosts

9pm – So Help Me Todd – Sean Astin stars as a talented but directionless PI who is the black sheep of the family. He begrudgingly agrees to work as the in-house investigator for his overbearing mother, Marcia Gay Harden, a successful attorney reeling from the recent dissolution of her marriage.

10pm – CSI: Vegas

Friday

8pm – SWAT

9pm – Fire Country – Seeking redemption and a shortened sentence, young convict Bode Donovan, played by Max Theriot, joins a prison firefighting program that returns him to his hometown where he works alongside elite firefighters to battle massive fires across the region.

10pm – Blue Bloods

Saturday

8pm – Drama Encores

9pm – Drama Encores

10pm – 48 Hours

Sunday

7pm – 60 Minutes

8pm – The Equalizer

9pm – East New York – It follows Regina Haywood, the newly promoted police captain of East New York, an impoverished, working-class neighborhood at the eastern edge of Brooklyn.

10pm – NCIS: Los Angeles

Tater’s Thoughts

Not much change here. The Monday and Tuesday lineups are the same as last year. SWAT moves back to Fridays. Survivor still anchors Wednesday.

I am happy to see Amazing Race back on Wednesday with Survivor. It’s probably smart to do another reality show at 10 instead of a scripted show.

I like Sean Astin and Marcia Gay Harden, so I will be watching So Help Me Todd.

I think Fire Country could be good. I like Max Theriot in Seal Team.

I’m not sure about East New York, but Richard Kind is in the cast, so that’s a bonus.

It seems like East New York fits better with SWAT and Blue Bloods than Fire Country.

Very happy that Ghosts is back.


7 thoughts on “Tater on TV: CBS Announces Fall Schedule

  1. So Help Me Todd, Fire Country, and East New York intrigue me. I’m glad Ghosts is back too, though I have one or two episodes from the first season waiting for me. I’ve been putting it off, but I think I’ll try to finish it soon.

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