The Super Bowl will herald the launch of CBS’ truncated and delayed 2023-2024 primetime series line-up as many of its scripted originals race to get back into production in the coming weeks.

The network indicates the week of February 12th will serve as the launch week of most of its major series with all new episodes along with the series premiere of the Justin Hartley-led “Tracker” to follow immediately in the wake of the big game on Sunday February 11th.

Monday February 12th will see the return of “NCIS,” “NCIS: Hawai’i,” “The Neighborhood” and “Bob Hearts Abishola”.

Tuesday February 13th will see all three “FBI” shows coming back, whilst Thursday February 15th will have the return of “Young Sheldon,” “Ghosts” and “So Help Me Todd”.

Friday, February 16th sees “S.W.A.T.,” “Fire Country” and “Blue Bloods” return, whilst “The Equalizer” and “CSI: Vegas” are both back on February 18th.

“Survivor” is holding off until Wednesday February 28th, whilst the network has set a Thursday February 29th premiere date for “The Good Wife” spin-off “Elsbeth”.

Two new shows have been pushed with the Kathy Bates-led “Matlock” and the Damon Wayans-led “Poppa’s House” now both not set to air until the 2024-2025 TV season.

Most of CBS’ series this season are expected to be capped at between 10-13 episodes running from mid-February to May.

Source: TV Line

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