As usual, and even more so because of the current situation, CBS will rely on sure assets for the upcoming season. Starting with NCIS, which is once again the most watched series on television with an average of 15.33 million viewers. The tv show title will be back for its eighteenth season and will be joined by two other series from the franchise as part of the 2020-2021 lineup: NCIS: Los Angeles (season 12) and NCIS: New Orleans (season 7). Blue Bloods, another classic series of the network, has also been given the green light for an additional season and will be beginning its eleventh season.
CBS’s 2020-2021 lineup will also include the return of Bull (season 5), FBI (season 3), MacGyver (season 5), Magnum P.I. (season 3), Mom (season 8), Seal Team (season 4), S.W.A.T. (season 4), The Neighborhood (season 3) and Young Sheldon (season 4).
Game over for Man with a Plan, Broke, Tommy…
CBS has decided not to continue the adventure with three of these new releases. We are talking about the drama Tommy starring Edie Falco and the comedies Carol’s Second Act and Broke.
The sitcom Man With a Plan, which began airing its fourth season in April, was also cancelled by the network. The fate of Criminal Minds, God Friended Me, Hawaii Five-O and Madam Secretary had already been decided beforehand, which means they will not be back next year.