CBS is working on its fall season. The network recently announced premiere dates for a number of unscripted and acquired TV shows. Now, tentative production start dates for several dramatic and comedy CBS series have been set. Understandably, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these dates could change if the situation warrants, but things are looking good for new episodes of Bull, Magnum PI, and more.
Deadline revealed the following about the return to production for these shows and more:
“NCIS: New Orleans is eyeing a September 21 start for its seventh season, The Unicorn is looking to start filming Season 2 on October 12, while The Neighborhood is on track to have its first Season 3 table read on September 16.
Additionally, two series that had already been given a green light to restart production, Bull and Magnum P.I., also have penciled in return dates, September 25 and September 14, respectively.”
As previously reported, NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles are set to return to production on September 9th and September 3rd, respectively. SWAT has completed four weeks of filming. Premiere dates for these CBS shows have not been set.
What do you think? Are you excited to see that members of the cast and crew are headed back to work on your favorite CBS shows? Which ones are you looking forward to watching again?