Renewed: NCIS, Bull, FBI, Blue Bloods, SEAL Team, SWAT.

Axed: Man with a Plan, Tommy.

CBS has renewed a swag of its scripted titles, many of which screen in Australia on 10:

NCIS: Los Angeles,
NCIS: New Orleans,
FBI: Most Wanted,
SEAL Team,
The Unicorn,
The Neighborhood

Also renewed are various Foxtel / Seven titles:

All Rise,
Magnum PI

Chuck Lorre’s new comedy Bob Hearts Abishola with Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku has also been renewed (it isn’t clear where this will screen in Australia).

They join previously announced returns for Young Sheldon, Mom, Survivor, and The Amazing Race.

Not returning are Matt LeBlanc comedy Man With a Plan and Edie Falco drama Tommy (which is about to debut on 10), while newcomers Carol’s Second Act with Patricia Heaton and Broke (announced for 10 All Access) are gone.

While the traditional Upfront presentations that were set to take place next week have been cancelled, ViacomCBS will hold a series of short digital presentations May 18-19 in the US.

Source: Variety

12 Responses

  1. Carol’s Second Act has been quietly steaming on 10 All Access since mid February, not that you would know since it wasn’t promoted anywhere or on their social media channels etc.

      1. Not surprising at all David, the service seems like such an afterthought for the network with little direction.

        With the announcement of a rebrand and refocusing of CBS All Access in the near future, I daresay some much needed change (and content) will be coming down under and 10 All Access as we currently know it.

    1. It might have been renewed but it’s gonna be hard to film TAR in the current global climate. Maybe they will do an internal US series…. although that isn’t looking much better at the moment

  2. David Boreanaz must have one of the best track records on TV with main roles in Buffy, Angel, Bones, and now a fourth season of SEAL Team. It’s kept him consistently on screens for over 20 years.

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