CBS-fall-TV-schedule-grid-2014.jpgCBS has announced its fall TV lineup for the 2014-15 season, which includes a few shifts. Since the Eye network is carrying Thursday night NFL football, “The Big Bang Theory” will air on Mondays until Oct. 30. Monday nights will also welcome “NCIS: Los Angeles” to make room on Tuesdays for new franchise spinoff “NCIS: New Orleans.”

Other notable moves include “The Amazing Race” moving to Fridays and “CSI” moving to Sundays where it will be joined by new drama “Madam Secretary” — they will bookend “The Good Wife” in its regular time period of 9 p.m. ET/PT. Later in the season, new drama “CSI: Cyber” will take over “CSI’s” Sunday time slot.

Other new dramas on the schedule include “Scorpion” and “Stalker.” The only new comedy in the fall is “The McCarthys.” Matthew Perry’s “Odd Couple” reboot will premiere later in the season.

The fall night-by-night schedule is as follows, with Thursdays displaying the scheduled as of Oct. 30, after the Thursday night NFL games are over.

Fall 2014

7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30
SUN 60 Minutes Madam Secretary The Good Wife CSI / CSI: Cyber
MON The Big Bang Theory (Sept.-Oct.) / 2 Broke Girls Mom Scorpion NCIS: Los Angeles
TUE NCIS NCIS: New Orleans Person of Interest
WED Survivor Criminal Minds Stalker
THU The Big Bang Theory (as of Oct. 30) The Millers (as of Oct. 30) Two and a Half Men (as of Oct. 30) The McCarthys (as of Oct. 30) Elementary (as of Oct. 30)
FRI The Amazing Race Hawaii Five-0 Blue Bloods
SAT Crimetime Saturday Crimetime Saturday 48 Hours

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