CBS will air seven new shows along with 22 returning series during its 2015-2016 season.
Its new lineup will include: Code Black, a medical drama; Limitless, which is based upon the film of the same name and will feature recurring appearances from one of its executive producers, Bradley Cooper; Supergirl, which stars Melissa Benoist as Superman’s cousin Kara Zor-El; Angel From Hell, a comedy starring Jane Lynch; Life in Pieces, a family comedy; Criminal Minds-Beyond Borders, a drama about the international division of the FBI; and Rush Hour, which chronicles the adventures of a serious detective from Hong Kong and his mischievous LAPD partner.
The network has also announced that The Late Show with Stephen Colbert will premiere on 8 Sept. and that CSI will come to an end on 27 Sept. after fifteen seasons.
Returning series for the network include NCIS, Madam Secretary, The Big Bang Theory, and 2 Broke Girls.
Nina Tassler, chairman of CBS Entertainment, said: “This is a schedule well-positioned to build on the foundation of last year when we introduced five successful new series and increased our audience by five per cent.”
‘NFL Thursday Night Football’ will also return to CBS beginning on 17 Sept.
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