CBS Announces Huge Schedule Shifts

Posted: Dec 1 2016, 4:39am CST | by , in News | Latest TV News

 

CBS Announces Huge Schedule Shifts
Photo Credit: Getty Images
 

CBS has announced that several of their favorite winter and spring shows will be on the move, inclulding some shows that haven't even premiered yet. This includes shows like Ransom, Training Day, and Doubt.

New programming will start on New Year's Day, as that is now when Ransom, a crime drama about a crisis and hostage negotiator who is brought in for special cases, will premier after a football doubleheader. Luke Roberts, Sarah Greene, Brandon Jay McLaren, and Nazneen Contractor star in the show.

In February, CBS will launch the film follow up Training Day, a crime drama starring Bill Paxton and Justin Cornwell. The show takes place about 15-years after the movie of the same name.

Doubt will premiere of Wednesday, February 15 after the season finale of Code Black. This new drama stars Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl as a brilliant attorney who falls for her client - a plastic surgeon who may have murdered his girlfriend 24 years ago. Dulé Hill, Steven Pasquale, Elliott Gould, Dreama Walker, Laverne Cox and Kobi Libii also star.

A new competition series, Hunted, will premiere Sunday, January 22 after one of TV's biggest events, the AFC Championship. This is one series that will jump around a bit, according to a CBS Philadelphia affiliate.

This month, the favorite Undercover Boss will come back as well. It will hold down the Wednesday slot until the premiere of Hunted. Amazing Race will return on Friday, April 21. 

Other shows, including Superior Donuts and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders do not have announced premiere dates yet.

For more information about the latest TV shows and whether or not they are coming back, make sure to check out our Fall TV Cancellation or Renewed Guide.

This story may contain affiliate links.

Comments

The Author

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/46" rel="author">Noel Diem</a>
Noel passion is to write about geek culture.

 

 

Advertisement

comments powered by Disqus