CBS 2017-2018 TV Season: What's cancelled, renewed & what new shows are coming

Broadcast networks have laid down their chopping blocks in the past few days and we now have an official list on what's cancelled and renewed for the 2017-2018 TV season. 

Also, multiple pilots that are officially greenlit to series have also been announced. Make sure to check the loglines and cast information of those scripted shows as well.   


So without further ado, start scrolling to find out if your favorite dramas and comedies at CBS will return next season from the list below: 


Code Black (shortened w/ 13 episodes)

Elementary (shortened w/ 13 episodes)


Pure Genius

Training Day


The Odd Couple 

2 Broke Girls 

The Great Indoors 


New shows

SEAL Team (Watch Trailer)


Follows the lives of the elite Navy SEALs as they train, plan and execute the most dangerous, high stakes missions the country can ask.

Cast: David Boreanaz, Jessica Pare, Neil Brown Jr., Max Thieriot, A.J. Buckley, Toni Trucks

S.W.A.T. (Watch Trailer)


A locally born and bred S.W.A.T. lieutenant is torn between loyalty to the streets and duty to his fellow officers when he's tasked to run a highly trained unit that is the last stop for solving crimes in Los Angeles. Inspired by the film of the same name.

Cast: Shemar Moore, Jay Harrington, Stephanie Sigman, Kenny Johnson, Lina Esco, Peter Onorati and Alex Russell


Wisdom of the Crowd (Watch Trailer)


 Based on the Israeli format of the same name, the drama is inspired by the notion that a million minds are better than one. It revolves around a tech innovator (Jeremy Piven) who creates a cutting-edge crowd-sourcing hub to solve his own daughter's murder as well as revolutionizing crime solving in San Francisco.

Cast: Jeremy Piven, Monica Potter, Richard T. Jones, Blake Lee, Natalie Tena and Jake Matthews

Instinct (midseason)

Stars Alan Cumming as a former CIA operative who is lured back to his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer. Dr. Dylan Reinhart (Cumming) is a gifted author and university professor living a quiet life teaching psychopathic behavior to packed classes of adoring students. But when top NYPD detective Lizzie Needham appeals to him to help her catch a serial murderer who is using Dylan’s first book as a tutorial, Dylan is compelled by the case, comes out of retirement and taps into his old skill set. Though Dylan and Lizzie initially clash, when it comes to catching killers, they realize they will make an ideal team if they both trust their instincts. Based on the soon to be published James Patterson book.

Cast: Alan Cumming as Dr. Dylan Reinhart, Bojana Novakovic as Lizzie Needham, Daniel Ings as Andy, Naveen Andrews as Julian Cousins and Khandi Alexander as Lt. Monica Ford.


By the Book (midseason) 

Single-camera comedy based on A.J. Jacobs's bestselling book about a modern-day man at a crossroads in his life who decides to live according to the Bible.

Cast: Ian Gomez as Feather Gene, Jay R. Ferguson as Chip, Lindsey Kraft as Leslie, Tony Rock as Vince

Me, Myself and I (Watch Trailer)


 Examines one man's life over a 50-year span. It focuses on three distinct periods in his life -- as a 14-year-old in 1991, a 40-year-old in present day (Bobby Moynihan) and a 65-year-old (John Larroquette) in 2042.

Cast: Bobby Moynihan, John Larroquette, Sharon Lawrence, Brian Unger, Kelen Coleman, Jaleel White, Christopher Paul Richards and Mandell Maughan


Young Sheldon (Watch Trailer)


The series follows The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper at the age of 9, living with his family in East Texas and going to high school.

Cast: Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber, Reagan Revord and Montana Jordan

9JKL (Watch Trailer)


A family comedy inspired by a time in Mark Feuerstein's adult life when he lived in apartment 9K in the building he grew up in, sandwiched between his parents' apartment, 9J, and his brother's, sister-in-law's and their baby's apartment, 9L, and his attempts to set boundaries with his intrusive but well-meaning family.

Cast: Mark Feuerstein, David Walton, Liza Lapira, Linda Lavin, Elliot Gould and Matt Murray



Source: CBS