CBS Fall 2023 Schedule: ‘CSI: Vegas’ to Sundays After Football, ‘Tracker’ Gets Post-Super Bowl Slot

Justin Hartley in 'Tracker'
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For the most part, things are staying the same when it comes to CBS‘ fall schedule for the 2023-24 season.

The network will have 22 returning shows (including the #1 new broadcast series Fire Country, #1 comedy Young Sheldon, #1 broadcast drama NCIS, and #1 news program 60 Minutes) as part of its lineup next year, along with new dramas Elsbeth, Matlock, and Tracker, and comedy Poppa’s House. Furthermore, both Survivor and The Amazing Race have been expanded to 90 minutes on Wednesdays.

CBS has the Super Bowl next year, airing on February 11, 2024, and the premiere of Justin Hartley‘s Tracker has grabbed the post-game time slot. Also arriving midseason is Damon Wayans and Damon Wayans Jr.‘s Poppa’s House.

The network is also changing things up on Sunday nights when programming is usually delayed by NFL games running late. CSI: Vegas, moving from Thursdays, will take that spot but won’t be premiering until later in the year.

“CBS programming across entertainment, news, and sports continues to appeal to audiences on all platforms, including Paramount+, the fastest-growing streaming service in the U.S.,” said George Cheeks, president and chief executive officer of CBS, in a statement. “It all starts with a winning broadcast Network that has an undeniable track record for nurturing long-running franchises and launching new hits every year. The new shows and schedule set to launch next year, combined with the Super Bowl, NCAA Tournament, the Grammy Awards, and other Network events will make America’s top-rated Network an even bigger force next year.”

Added Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment, “along with our outstanding team at the Network, I am incredibly excited to introduce four new series with big-name talent portraying distinct, bold, engaging characters. These new shows from marquee auspices capture everything our viewers love about a CBS series — unique personalities, suspenseful drama, intrigue, high stakes, and relatable laugh-out-loud comedy with heart and humor. The new additions to our lineup are a stellar complement to our winning slate of returning series and we are confident they will resonate with our viewers on broadcast and streaming platforms.”

Check out the CBS fall schedule below.


8:00 p.m.: The Neighborhood

8:30 p.m.: Bob Hearts Abishola

9:00 p.m.: NCIS

10:00 p.m.: NCIS: Hawai’i


8:00 p.m.: FBI

9:00 p.m.: FBI: International

10:00 p.m.: FBI: Most Wanted


8:00 p.m.: Survivor

9:30 p.m.: The Amazing Race


8:00 p.m.: Young Sheldon

8:30 p.m.: Ghosts

9:00 p.m.: So Help Me Todd

10:00 p.m.: Elsbeth

Shemar Moore in 'S.W.A.T.'

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8:00 p.m.: S.W.A.T.

9:00 p.m.: Fire Country

10:00 p.m.: Blue Bloods


8:00 p.m.: Drama encore

9:00 p.m.: Drama encore

10:00 p.m.: 48 Hours


7:00 p.m.: 60 Minutes

8:00 p.m.: Matlock

9:00 p.m.: The Equalizer

10:00 p.m.: CSI: Vegas (after football)