Good news for NCIS fans and its Hawai''i spin-off, as American network CBS has announced a ton of premiere dates for its shows to coincide this autumn (or autumn, if you like).
Both shows will take place on Monday, September 19 as a double celebration kicks off from 9pm, for season 20 and season 2.
On Tuesday, September 20, the FBI, FBI, and FBI: International, and FBI: Most Wanted are all returning their new seasons, seasons 5, 2, and 4, respectively. Then, Survivor and The Amazing Race are back the next day Wednesday, September 21 for seasons 43 and 34 respectively.
On Thursday, September 29, Young Sheldon season 6 and CSI: Vegas season 2 premiere. SWAT season 6 and Blue Bloods season 13 premiere the week after that, on Friday, October 7.
NCIS: Los Angeles is returning a bit later, premiering season 14 on Sunday, October 9.
Big Brother''s upcoming season, which is expected to finish on Sunday, September 25. Seeing as how this season will begin in early July, it''s certainly going to be a meaty run.
The upcoming seasons of these shows in the UK will be quite different, as CBS'' shows are spread across a wide spectrum of channels and services here.
Season 19 of NCIS was first introduced here in early April on Disney+ (which includes all previous seasons of the show, FYI), and opted to drop episodes weekly, despite being less than a year behind the United States. E4 also released the latest season of Young Sheldon at the end of April.
You can see Deadline for the complete list of returning and brand-new premieres for CBS this fall.
NCIS airs on CBS in the United States. Seasons 1-19 are streaming on Disney+ in the United Kingdom.