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2018–19 United States network television schedule
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The 2018–19 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States covers the prime time hours from September 2018 to August 2019. The schedule is followed by a list per network of returning series, new series, and series canceled after the 2017–18 season.

NBC was the first to announce its fall schedule on May 13, 2018,[1] followed by Fox on May 14,[2] ABC on May 15,[3] CBS on May 16,[4] and The CW on May 17, 2018.[5]

On May 29, 2018, ABC removed Roseanne from its Tuesday lineup due to a controversial statement made by Roseanne Barr on Twitter about Valerie Jarrett[6] and replaced it with The Conners on June 21 for the fall.[7]

PBS is not included, as member television stations have local flexibility over most of their schedules and broadcast times for network shows may vary. Ion Television and MyNetworkTV are also not included since the majority of both networks' schedules comprise syndicated reruns. The CW does not air network programming on Saturday nights.

Beginning with this season, The CW will return to programming a Sunday evening schedule for the first time since the 2008–09 season as of October 14; programming will air that night from 8 p.m.–10 p.m. ET/PT.[8][9][10]

Contents
  • 1 Legend
  • 2 Schedule
    • 2.1 Sunday
    • 2.2 Monday
    • 2.3 Tuesday
    • 2.4 Wednesday
    • 2.5 Thursday
    • 2.6 Friday
    • 2.7 Saturday
  • 3 By network
    • 3.1 ABC
    • 3.2 CBS
    • 3.3 The CW
    • 3.4 Fox
    • 3.5 NBC
  • 4 Renewals and cancellations
    • 4.1 Full season pickups
      • 4.1.1 ABC
      • 4.1.2 CBS
      • 4.1.3 The CW
      • 4.1.4 Fox
      • 4.1.5 NBC
    • 4.2 Renewals
      • 4.2.1 ABC
      • 4.2.2 CBS
      • 4.2.3 The CW
      • 4.2.4 Fox
      • 4.2.5 NBC
    • 4.3 Cancellations/series endings
      • 4.3.1 ABC
      • 4.3.2 CBS
      • 4.3.3 The CW
      • 4.3.4 Fox
      • 4.3.5 NBC
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
Legend
  •      Light blue indicates local programming.
  •      Gray indicates encore programming.
  •      Blue-gray indicates news programming.
  •      Light green indicates sporting events.
  •      Light purple indicates movies.
  •      Red indicates series being burned off and other irregularly scheduled programs, including specials.
  •      Light yellow indicates the current schedule.
Schedule
  • New series are highlighted in bold.
  • All times are U.S. Eastern and Pacific Time (except for some live sports or events). Subtract one hour for Central, Mountain, Alaska, and Hawaii-Aleutian times.
Sunday Network 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC America's Funniest Home Videos (9/30)[11] Dancing with the Stars: Juniors (10/7)[11] Shark Tank (10/7)[11] The Alec Baldwin Show (10/14)[11] CBS 60 Minutes (9/30)[12] God Friended Me (9/30)[12] NCIS: Los Angeles (9/30)[12] Madam Secretary (10/7)[12] The CW Local programming Supergirl (10/14)[13] Charmed (10/14)[13] Local programming Fox Fox NFL (continued to game completion) The Simpsons (9/30)[14] Bob's Burgers (9/30)[14] Family Guy (9/30)[14] Rel NBC Fall Football Night in America NBC Sunday Night Football (continued to game completion) Winter Dateline NBC World of Dance Good Girls
  • Note: The CBS lineup begins at 7:30 p.m. Eastern on weeks when the NFL on CBS carries doubleheaders through the fall and early winter, along with delays for PGA Tour events and The Masters in the spring. The prime time lineup will be preempted for NFL coverage on January 20 and February 3, 2019, for the AFC Championship Game and Super Bowl LIII, respectively. 60 Minutes, God Friended Me and NCIS: Los Angeles will begin their seasons a half-hour later than their scheduled time periods on September 30.[12] Overruns of sports programming into the 8:00 p.m. timeslot will see the 10 p.m. show bumped from the schedule for a week (and a new episode moved to the next week) to allow local newscasts to start near on-time, and replaced with a repeat in western time zones.
  • Note: The season premiere of 9-1-1 will air at 8:00pm on September 23.
  • Note: The Orville will premiere on December 30 following an NFL doubleheader. An official time slot has not yet been announced for the series.[15]
Monday Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC Dancing with the Stars (9/24)[11] The Good Doctor (9/24)[11] CBS The Neighborhood (10/1)[12] Happy Together (10/1)[12] Magnum P.I. (9/24)[12] Bull (9/24)[12] The CW Arrow (10/15)[13] Legends of Tomorrow (10/22)[13] Local programming Fox The Resident (9/24)[14] 9-1-1 (9/24)[14] NBC Fall The Voice (9/24)[16] Manifest (9/24)[16] Winter America's Got Talent: The Champions TBA TBA Late winter The Voice
  • Note: The twelfth season of The Big Bang Theory will premiere on September 24 at 8:00, with the second season premiere of Young Sheldon following at 8:30 to provide a lead-in to the Magnum P.I. series premiere the same night.[12]
Tuesday Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC The Conners (10/16)[11] The Kids Are Alright (10/16)[11] Black-ish (10/16)[11] Splitting Up Together (10/16)[11] The Rookie (10/16)[11] CBS NCIS (9/25)[12] FBI (9/25)[12] NCIS: New Orleans (9/25)[12] The CW The Flash (10/9)[13] Black Lightning (10/9)[13] Local programming Fox The Gifted (9/25)[14] Lethal Weapon (9/25)[14] NBC Fall The Voice (9/25)[16] This Is Us (9/25)[16] New Amsterdam (9/25)[16] Winter Ellen's Game of Games TBA Spring The Voice TBA
  • Note: ABC originally scheduled Roseanne in the Tuesday 8:00 p.m. time slot. However, they cancelled the series on May 29, 2018 following a racist statement that Roseanne Barr posted on Twitter.[6]
Wednesday Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC The Goldbergs (9/26)[11] American Housewife (9/26)[11] Modern Family (9/26)[11] Single Parents (9/26)[11] A Million Little Things (9/26)[11] CBS Survivor: David vs. Goliath (9/26)[12] SEAL Team (10/3)[12] Criminal Minds (10/3)[12] The CW Riverdale (10/10)[13] All American (10/10)[13] Local programming Fox Empire (9/26)[14] Star (9/26)[14] NBC Fall Chicago Med (9/26)[16] Chicago Fire (9/26)[16] Chicago P.D. (9/26)[16] Winter The Titan Games TBA
  • Note: Survivor will have a 90-minute season premiere on September 26 leading into the 90-minute Big Brother 20 finale.[12]
  • Note: I Feel Bad will have a one-hour series premiere on September 19 at 10:00 pm.[17]
Thursday Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC Grey's Anatomy (9/27)[11] Station 19 (10/4)[11] How to Get Away with Murder (9/27)[11] CBS The Big Bang Theory (9/27)[12] Young Sheldon (9/27)[12] Mom (9/27)[12] Murphy Brown (9/27)[12] S.W.A.T. (9/27)[12] The CW Supernatural (10/11)[13] Legacies (10/25)[13] Local programming Fox Thursday Night Football (continued to game completion) (9/27)[18] NBC Superstore (10/4)[16] The Good Place (9/27)[16] Will & Grace (10/4)[16] I Feel Bad (9/19)[16] Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (9/27)[16]
  • Note: On Fox, the network's pre-game show (co-produced with NFL Network, with a title yet to be determined) starts at 7:30 p.m. ET out of primetime, preempting local programming. NBC will carry NFL football games consuming the entirety of prime time on September 6 and November 22, for the NFL Kickoff game and Thanksgiving Day game, respectively, which for ratings measurement and contract purposes are counted within the Sunday Night Football package.
  • Note: On September 27, season three of The Good Place will have a one-hour premiere, followed by the two-hour season twenty premiere of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.[16]
  • Note On September 27, season fifteen of Grey's Anatomy will have a two-hour premiere.[11]
Friday Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC Fall Fresh Off the Boat (10/5)[11] Speechless (10/5)[11] Child Support (10/5)[11] 20/20 Winter 20/20 CBS MacGyver (9/28)[12] Hawaii Five-0 (9/28)[12] Blue Bloods (9/28)[12] The CW Dynasty (10/12)[13] Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (10/12)[13] Local programming Fox Last Man Standing (9/28)[14] The Cool Kids (9/28)[14] Hell's Kitchen (9/28)[14] NBC Fall Blindspot (10/12)[16] Midnight, Texas (10/26)[16] Dateline NBC (9/28)[16] Winter The Blacklist Saturday Network 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. ABC Saturday Night Football (continued to game completion) CBS Crimetime Saturday (9/29)[12] 48 Hours (9/29)[12] Fox Fox College Football (continued to game completion) NBC Dateline Saturday Mystery SNL Vintage
  • Note: NBC will air primetime coverage of Notre Dame college football on September 1 and 29 and November 10, along with a January 2019 NFL Wild Card game and first, second and third round NHL playoff games in April and late May. CBS may carry a primetime SEC college football game on a date to be determined, and the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament for two Saturdays in late March.
  • Note: NBC's Pacific and Mountain Time Zone affiliates carry new episodes of Saturday Night Live in real time with the rest of the United States, placing its airtime within the prime time period throughout this season; a re-air is broadcast after the late local news in those time zones. The network's affiliates in Alaska, Hawaii and other Pacific islands carry the show on delay as usual.
  • Note: Fox and ABC's college football package airs live in all time zones, with local programming by affiliates in western time zones after game completion.
By network ABC

Returning series:

  • 20/20[3]
  • The $100,000 Pyramid[19]
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.[20]
  • America's Funniest Home Videos[21]
  • American Housewife[22]
  • American Idol[23]
  • The Bachelor[21]
  • Black-ish[24]
  • Celebrity Family Feud[19]
  • Child Support[21]
  • Dancing with the Stars[21]
  • For the People[25]
  • Fresh Off the Boat[26]
  • The Goldbergs[27]
  • The Good Doctor[28]
  • Grey's Anatomy[29]
  • How to Get Away with Murder[30]
  • Modern Family[31]
  • NBA Saturday Primetime[32]
  • Saturday Night Football[33]
  • Shark Tank[34]
  • Speechless[35]
  • Splitting Up Together[36]
  • Station 19[37]
  • To Tell the Truth[19]

New series:

  • The Alec Baldwin Show[38]
  • The Conners[7]
  • Dancing with the Stars: Juniors[39]
  • The Fix[40]
  • Grand Hotel[41]
  • The Kids Are Alright[42]
  • A Million Little Things[43]
  • The Rookie[44]
  • Single Parents[45]
  • Schooled[46]
  • Whiskey Cavalier[41]

Not returning from 2017–18:

  • Alex, Inc.[47]
  • The Crossing[48]
  • Deception[49]
  • Designated Survivor (moved to Netflix)[50][51]
  • Inhumans[52]
  • Kevin (Probably) Saves the World[53]
  • The Mayor[54]
  • The Middle[55]
  • Once Upon a Time[56]
  • Quantico[50]
  • Roseanne[6]
  • Scandal[57]
  • Ten Days in the Valley[58]

CBS

Returning series:

  • 48 Hours[59]
  • 60 Minutes[59]
  • The Amazing Race[59]
  • The Big Bang Theory[60]
  • Blue Bloods[59]
  • Bull[59]
  • Celebrity Big Brother[61]
  • Criminal Minds[62]
  • Elementary[63]
  • Hawaii Five-0[59]
  • Instinct[64]
  • Life in Pieces[65]
  • MacGyver[59]
  • Madam Secretary[59]
  • Man with a Plan[66]
  • Mom[67]
  • Murphy Brown[68]
  • NCIS[69]
  • NCIS: Los Angeles[59]
  • NCIS: New Orleans[59]
  • Ransom[70]
  • SEAL Team[71]
  • Survivor[59]
  • S.W.A.T.[71]
  • Young Sheldon[72]

New series:

  • Blood & Treasure[73]
  • The Code[74]
  • Fam[75]
  • FBI[76]
  • God Friended Me[77]
  • Happy Together[78][4]
  • Magnum P.I.[77]
  • Million Dollar Mile[79]
  • The Neighborhood[78]
  • The Red Line[77]


Not returning from 2017–18:

  • 9JKL[80]
  • Code Black[81]
  • Kevin Can Wait[82]
  • Living Biblically[83]
  • Me, Myself & I[84]
  • Scorpion[85]
  • Superior Donuts[86]
  • Thursday Night Football (moved to Fox)[87]
  • Wisdom of the Crowd[88]

The CW

Returning series:

  • The 100[89]
  • Arrow[90]
  • Black Lightning[90]
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend[90]
  • Dynasty[90]
  • The Flash[90]
  • iZombie[91]
  • Jane the Virgin[90]
  • Legends of Tomorrow[90]
  • Riverdale[90]
  • Supergirl[90]
  • Supernatural[90]

New series:

  • All American[92]
  • Charmed[92]
  • In the Dark[92]
  • Legacies[92]
  • Roswell, New Mexico[92]

Not returning from 2017–18:

  • Life Sentence[93]
  • The Originals[94]
  • Valor[95]

Fox

Returning series:

  • 9-1-1[96]
  • Beat Shazam[97]
  • Bob's Burgers[98]
  • Cosmos: Possible Worlds[99]
  • Empire[100]
  • Family Guy[98]
  • The Gifted[101]
  • Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back[102]
  • Gotham[103]
  • Hell's Kitchen[2]
  • Last Man Standing (moved from ABC)[104]
  • Lethal Weapon[105]
  • The Orville[106]
  • The Resident[107]
  • The Simpsons[108]
  • Star[109]
  • Thursday Night Football (moved from CBS/NBC)[87]

New series:

  • The Cool Kids[110]
  • The Masked Singer[111]
  • Mental Samurai[112]
  • The Passage[113]
  • Proven Innocent[110]
  • Rel[114]
  • Spin the Wheel[115]

Not returning from 2017–18:

  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (moved to NBC)[116][117]
  • The Exorcist[118]
  • Ghosted[119]
  • LA to Vegas[120]
  • The Last Man on Earth[121]
  • Lucifer (moved to Netflix)[122][123]
  • The Mick[124]
  • New Girl[125]
  • The X-Files[126]

NBC

Returning series:

  • A.P. Bio[127]
  • The Blacklist[128]
  • Blindspot[129]
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (moved from Fox)[130][131]
  • Chicago Fire[132]
  • Chicago Med[132]
  • Chicago P.D.[132]
  • Ellen's Game of Games[133]
  • Football Night in America[134]
  • Good Girls[135]
  • The Good Place[136]
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit[132]
  • Making It[137]
  • Midnight, Texas[138]
  • NBC Sunday Night Football[134]
  • Superstore[139]
  • This Is Us[140]
  • The Voice[141]
  • The Wall[142]
  • Will & Grace[143]
  • World of Dance[144]

New series:

  • Abby's[145]
  • America's Got Talent: The Champions[146]
  • The Enemy Within[147]
  • The Gilded Age[148]
  • I Feel Bad[145]
  • The InBetween[149]
  • Manifest[129]
  • New Amsterdam[150]
  • The Titan Games[1]
  • The Village[147]

Not returning from 2017–18:

  • Better Late Than Never[151]
  • The Brave[152]
  • Champions[153]
  • Great News[154]
  • Rise[155]
  • Shades of Blue[156]
  • Taken[157]
  • Thursday Night Football (moved to Fox)[87]
  • Timeless (as series; will have finale film airing in holiday season)[158][159]

Renewals and cancellations Full season pickups ABC CBS The CW Fox NBC Renewals ABC CBS The CW Fox
  • Thursday Night Football—Renewed for a fifth season on January 31, 2018; deal will go to ninth season in 2022.[87]
NBC
  • Football Night in America—Renewed for a fourteenth season on December 14, 2011.[134]
  • NBC Sunday Night Football—Renewed for a fourteenth season on December 14, 2011.[134]
  • Will & Grace—Renewed for an eleventh season on March 17, 2018.[160]
Cancellations/series endings ABC CBS
  • The Big Bang Theory—It was announced on August 22, 2018 that season twelve would be the final season.[161]
The CW
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend—It was announced on April 2, 2018 that season four would be the final season.[162]
  • iZombie—It was announced on May 17, 2018 that season five would be the final season.[163]
  • Jane the Virgin—It was announced on May 17, 2018 that season five would be the final season.[163]
Fox
  • Gotham—It was announced on May 13, 2018 that season five would be the final season.[103]
NBC See also
  • 2018–19 Canadian network television schedule
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