The Big Bang Theory spinoff Young Sheldon gets first trailer

Barsaba Taglieri
Mag 19, 2017

The much-anticipated spin-off to The Big Bang Theory is coming on the network Thursdays this fall, and it may be the most interesting addition to the entire schedule.

As for "The Big Bang Theory", it's been renewed for two seasons - and CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves is already looking for more beyond that.

The post-football CBS schedule will see "Big Bang" back in its usual home on Thursday nights, followed by "Young Sheldon", which tells the story of Sheldon as a nine-year-old starting high school.

Buzzy single-came comedy Young Sheldon will launch on Monday, September 25 with lead in from its progenitor, The Big Bang Theory, before transferring to a Thursday night slot in November.

"9JKL" (8:30); Me, Myself & I" (9); "Superior Donuts" (9:30); "Scorpion" (10).

Returning later in the season will be "Elementary", "Code Black", "Man With a Plan", "The Amazing Race" and "Undercover Boss". Mr. Colbert in particular "has been killing it night after night", says Moonves.

CBS is premiering six new shows in the fall in two different shifts because of scheduling adjustments required by the carriage of Thursday Night Football during the first five weeks of the season.

The midseason slate includes "Instinct", with Alan Cumming as a former Central Intelligence Agency operative who's pulled back into his old line of work, and the comedy "By the Book", about a man (Jay R. Ferguson) who challenges himself to live strictly in accordance with the Bible.

9JKL stars Mark Feuerstein as a divorced actor who moves into a NY apartment surrounded by his parents on one side and his brother's family on the other.

"Kevin Can Wait" returns for its sophomore season at 9 p.m. and will move to 8 p.m. after football ends and the schedule readjusts.

Young Sheldon was created by Big Bang executive producers Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro.

Survivor holds its position on Wednesdays at 8/7c, with new drama SEAL Team debuting at 9/8c and Criminal Minds moving to 10/9c.

"Wisdom of the Crowd", a drama about fighting crime with a crowdsourcing app. "Entourage" actor Piven plays a Steve Jobs-like figure determined to solve his daughter's murder. CBS presented their Fall, Midseason, and CBS All Access Only shows to the audience, including the anticipating reboot of Star Trek.

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