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CBS First Look Trailers: All Rise, Evil, The Unicorn & More!

There are always disappointments before UpFronts, but there is a lot of excitement generated, too.

Some of that excitement comes from renewals, but the real groove sets when we get our first look at new shows.

Now you can get a taste of everything coming to CBS!

All Rise is a new courthouse drama that follows the chaotic, hopeful and sometimes absurd lives of its judges, prosecutors and public defenders, as they work with bailiffs, clerks and cops to get justice for the people of Los Angeles amidst a flawed legal process.

This fall, watch new episodes of All Rise on Mondays at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access.

Among them is newly appointed Judge Lola Carmichael (Simone Missick), a highly regarded and impressive deputy district attorney who doesn’t intend to sit back on the bench in her new role, but instead leans in, immediately pushing the boundaries
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‘All Rise,’ ‘Evil’ and ‘The Unicorn': Watch Trailers for CBS’ New Fall Shows (Videos)

  • The Wrap
Following the release of its full Fall 2019 schedule on Wednesday, CBS has released the trailers for its five new upcoming fall TV shows.

Here are the full trailers for “All Rise,” “Evil,” “The Unicorn,” “Bob (Hearts) Abishola” and “Carol’s Second Act,” as well as official descriptions and cast and producer information. Below those are the previews and loglines for the network’s new midseason series, “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Tommy,” and “Broke.”

Readers can check out CBS’ full 2019-20 schedule here and dive into TheWrap’s takeaways from the network’s upfront presentation to advertisers here.

Also Read: CBS All Access Finally Names Its Upcoming 'Star Trek' Series With Patrick Stewart

All Rise

A courthouse drama that follows the chaotic, hopeful and sometimes absurd lives of its judges, prosecutors and public defenders, as they work with bailiffs, clerks and cops to get justice for the people of Los
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CBS Fall 2019 Schedule: Criminal Minds and MacGyver Pushed to Midseason

CBS is the fourth broadcast network to unveil its plans for the 2019-20 TV season.

All eyes have been on the network because it will be the first season without The Big Bang Theory in over a decade.

As expected, it is going with the safe option of putting Young Sheldon, the spinoff of The Big Bang Theory in the slot previously held by the parent series.

It will lead into new comedy, The Unicorn. Mom will remain in the 9/8c slot and will lead into another new comedy, the buzzy Carol's Second Act.

Related: The Big Bang Theory Series Finale Promo: How Will It End?

The night will be closed off with new drama, Evil, which is taking over from S.W.A.T.

The latter is moving to Wednesdays at 10/9c our of the relocated Seal Team.

This move means that Criminal Minds' last-ever season has been pushed to midseason,
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CBS 2019-2020 Primetime Schedule and New Series

  • Variety
CBS’ fall schedule for the 2019-20 season brings five new series to its primetime lineup, including the return of “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “The Middle” alum Patricia Heaton in the comedy “Carol’s Second Act.”

Two more dramas — “FBI: Most Wanted” and “Tommy” — are on tap for midseason, along with new comedy “Broke.”

Here is CBS’ fall schedule and new series descriptions:

Monday

8 p.m.: The Neighborhood

8:30 p.m.: Bob Hearts Abishola (new)

9 p.m.: All Rise (new)

10 p.m.: Bull

Tuesday

8 p.m.: NCIS

9 p.m.: FBI

10 p.m.: NCIS: New Orleans

Wednesday

8 p.m.: Survivor

9 p.m.: Seal Team

10 p.m.: Swat (new time period)

Thursday

8 p.m.: Young Sheldon (new time period)

8:30 p.m.: The Unicorn (new)

9 p.m.: Mom

9:30 p.m.: Carol’s Second Act (new)

10 p.m.
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CBS Fall Schedule: ‘Young Sheldon’ Gets ‘Big Bang Theory’ Time Slot, ‘Unicorn’ to Follow

CBS unveiled its Fall 2019 TV schedule early Wednesday morning and as expected, “Young Sheldon” will inherit “The Big Bang Theory’s” time slot leading off Thursday.

The network reworked four of its nights for next year, including a complete revamping of its Thursday lineup. Airing behind “Young Sheldon” will be the Walton Goggins-Rob Corddry comedy “The Unicorn.” “Mom” will remain in its 9 p.m. time slot that night, leading into Patricia Heaton’s “Carol’s Second Act.” “Good Wife” duo Robert and Michelle King’s religious drama “Evil” will close out the night.

On Monday, another Chuck Lorre comedy, “Bob Hearts Abishola” will air behind “The Neighborhood at 8:30 p.m., and lead in to fellow rookie series, “All Rise.” The legal drama will lead into “Bull,” which keeps its time slot.

Also Read: ABC Chief Karey Burke Talks Her 'Anguish' Over Canceling 'Speechless'
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Manhunt: Unabomber: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on Discovery?

Vulture Watch

How goes the Unabomber investigation? Has the Manhunt: Unabomber TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Discovery Channel? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Manhunt season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

A Discovery scripted anthology series, Manhunt: Unabomber stars Sam Worthington, Paul Bettany, Chris Noth, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jane Lynch, Mark Duplass, Michael Nouri, Brian d’Arcy James, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Elizabeth Reaser, Ben Weber, Jeremy Bobb, Lynn Collins, Katja Herbers, and Brian F. O’Byrne.

Manhunt: Unabomber recounts the true story of the FBI’s pursuit of a domestic terrorist thought to be the most lethal serial bomber of all time. The action centers on innovative FBI Agent
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Manhunt

Network: Discovery Channel, Spectrum Originals.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: August 1, 2017 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Sam Worthington, Paul Bettany, Chris Noth, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Jane Lynch, Mark Duplass, Michael Nouri, Brian d'Arcy James, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Elizabeth Reaser, Ben Weber, Jeremy Bobb, Lynn Collins, Katja Herbers, and Brian F. O’Byrne.

TV show description:

A scripted anthology series, the first season of the Manhunt TV show is titled Manhunt: Unabomber, but each season concentrates on a new manhunt. After season one, the series moved from Discovery to Spectrum's on-Demand platform.

The first installment recounts the true story of the FBI's pursuit of the Unabomber. This domestic terrorist is thought to be the most lethal
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‘Evil': Something Sinister Hunts Katja Herbers in Teaser for Upcoming CBS Series (Video)

‘Evil': Something Sinister Hunts Katja Herbers in Teaser for Upcoming CBS Series (Video)
The Good Fight” creators Michelle and Robert King are set to explore their dark side with “Evil,” an upcoming CBS series that got its first teaser on Sunday.

Starring “Luke Cage” star Mike Colter and “Manhattan” star Katja Herbers, “Evil” has a logline that looks like “X-Files” meets “The Exorcist.” The series follows a priest-in-training, a skeptical psychologist, and a carpenter who investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries, including supposed miracles, demonic possessions and hauntings. Their job is to determine whether there is a logical explanation for each case or if there’s a supernatural force at work. Along the way, they begin to examine the nature of evil itself.

The 30-second teaser, which you can watch in the clip above, shows Herbers and Colter interrogating someone handcuffed and chained to a table. But the suspect doesn’t seem to be paying attention to them, rattling his handcuff
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Evil: Psychological Drama Series Ordered to Series by CBS

CBS has a new mystery in store. The network just announced they've ordered a new TV show called Evil for the 2019-20 season.

The psychological drama "focuses on a skeptical female forensic psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter to investigate and assess the Church's backlog of supposed miracles, demonic possessions and unexplained phenomena." The cast includes Mike Colter, Katja Herbers, and Aasif Mandvi.

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CBS Picks Up Three New Dramas for the 2019-20 Season

When one network makes an announcement, you can usually expect another to follow suit.

After making several pickups of current shows, CBS also announced its upcoming new series, including three new dramas.

Let's take a look!

Evil comes from Michelle King and Robert King and CBS Studios. Liz Glotzer is an executive producer.

Evil is a psychological mystery that examines science vs. religion and the origins of evil. The series focuses on a skeptical female forensic psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter to investigate and assess the Church’s backlog of supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and unexplained phenomena.

CBS Renews Bull, Madam Secretary, MacGyver and More!

Katja Herbers, Mike Colter, Aasif Mandvi, Michael Emerson, Brooklyn Shuck, Skylar Gray, Maddy Crocco, and Dalya Knapp star.

The FBI spinoff fans got introduced to during the drama's first season earned a pickup.

FBI: Most Wanted comes fromo writers/executive producers Dick Wolf
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CBS Orders Three Dramas Including ‘FBI’ Spinoff, Four Comedies Including Patricia Heaton, Chuck Lorre Multi-Cams

  • Variety
CBS has picked up three dramas and four comedies for the 2019-2020 season.

The dramas are “Evil” from Robert and Michelle King, the spinoff “FBI: Most Wanted,” and the legal drama “All Rise,” formerly known as “Courthouse.” The comedies are the multi-cams “Broke,” “Carol’s Second Act,” and “Bob Hearts Abishola” and the single-cam “The Unicorn.”

Interestingly, two former stars of the now canceled Marvel-Netflix series “Luke Cage” will appear in CBS’ new shows, albeit on different series. Mike Colter will star in “Evil” while Simone Missick will star in “All Rise.” Another Marvel-Netflix alum, Wilson Bethel, will star in “All Rise” with Missick. Bethel played the villain Bullseye in “Daredevil” Season 3.

Evil” focuses on a skeptical female forensic psychologist who joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter to investigate and assess the Church’s backlog of supposed miracles, demonic possessions and unexplained phenomena. It will star Katja Herbers,
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CBS Orders Dramas ‘Evil’, ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ & ‘All Rise’ To Series

  • Deadline
CBS has made its first drama series orders of the season, picking up its most buzzed about pilots, supernatural drama Evil from Michelle and Robert King, Dick Wolf’s FBI: Most Wanted spinoff and legal drama All Rise (fka Courthouse) from writer Greg Spottiswood.

The three series originate from three different studios: CBS sibling CBS TV Studios (Evil), Universal TV (FBI: Most Wanted) and Warner Bros. TV (All Rise). The last two are co-produced with CBS Studios.

The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King, who have two premium series, The Good Fight on CBS All Access and the upcoming Your Honor on Showtime, are making a broadcast return with Evil, which everyone has been raving about. No exact episode count has been announced but the drama is believed to be designed for shorter orders.

Dick Wolf officially has another procedural franchise with the series order for FBI: Most Wanted,
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Mike Colter's New CBS Show Is the Final Nail in the Luke Cage Coffin

Luke Cage star Mike Colter is officially leaving the Marvel world behind to take on demons at CBS. TV Guide has learned Colter will star in Evil, a new drama from The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King that "examines science vs. religion and the origins of evil."

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CBS Picks Up 7 New Series Including Chuck Lorre Comedy, ‘FBI’ Spinoff

CBS has ordered seven pilots to series for the 2019-20 season ahead of its upfront presentation to advertisers next week. The seven series are made up of four comedies and three dramas.

Among the comedies ordered at the broadcast network are Chuck Lorre’s “Bob Hearts Abishola,” Patricia Heaton’s “Carol’s Second Act” and “Broke” from “Jane the Virgin” creator Jennie Snyder Urman. The Peyton Reed-produced “The Unicorn” with Walton Goggins and Rob Corddry was also picked up.

Heaton starred on CBS’ “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “Broke” will see “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette return to the network. The pickups will maintain Lorre’s — who already has “Mom” and “Young Sheldon” coming back next season — strong relationship with the network, after “The Big Bang Theory” says farewell next week.

Also Read: Amblin Television Drops Out of CBS' Drama 'Bull' After Season 4 Renewal

The dramas include Wolf’s “FBI” spinoff,
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FBI Spinoff, Good Wife Creators' Evil Among CBS Drama Series Orders

CBS wants more FBI: The Eye network has handed a series order to spinoff FBI: Most Wanted, TVLine has learned, along with two other new dramas.

Most Wanted — executive-produced by Law & Order and #OneChicago mastermind Dick Wolf — centers on the division of the bureau tasked with tracking and capturing the notorious criminals on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. Nip/Tuck veteran Julian McMahon stars as FBI Agent Jess Lacroix, with Kellan Lutz (Twilight) playing Agent Crosby and Alana De La Garza (Law & Order) as Assistant Agent in Charge Isobel Castille. The Most Wanted cast debuted in an
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Pilot Castings: Michael Sheen's Killer Gig, Grimm Vet's NBC Drama and More

Pilot Castings: Michael Sheen's Killer Gig, Grimm Vet's NBC Drama and More
Michael Sheen‘s new role is lethal: The Masters of Sex vet will co-star in Fox’s police drama pilot Prodigal Son as a notorious serial killer dubbed “The Surgeon,” our sister site Deadline reports.

The project follows Malcolm Bright, a gifted criminal psychologist who knows how killers work — because his father (Sheen) was one of the worst. Malcolm uses his twisted genius to help the NYPD solve crimes and stop murderers, all while dealing with a manipulative mother, an annoyingly normal sister, a homicidal father still looking to bond with his prodigal son, and his own constantly evolving neuroses.
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Aasif Mandvi To Star In CBS Drama Pilot ‘Evil’ From Robert & Michelle King

  • Deadline
Aasif Mandvi To Star In CBS Drama Pilot ‘Evil’ From Robert & Michelle King
Exclusive: Aasif Mandvi is set as the co-lead opposite star Katja Herbers and Mike Colter in CBS’ drama pilot Evil, from The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King and CBS TV Studios.

Written and executive produced by the Kings and directed by Robert King, Evil is a series about the battle between science and religion. It focuses on Kristen Bouchard (Herbers), a skeptical clinical psychologist who joins Catholic priest-in-training David Acosta (Colter) and a blue-collar contractor, Ben (Mandvi), as they investigate supposed miracles, demonic possessions and other extraordinary occurrences to see if there’s a scientific explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work.

Mandvi’s Ben is a carpenter who was recruited for David’s (Colter) team early on, Ben has a deep skepticism about all things supernatural. He is a genius at uncovering the organic reasons behind reported “hauntings,” but there may be things outside his
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Michael Emerson joins Katja Herbers and Mike Colter in Evil

Michael Emerson (Lost) is set to return to CBS for the drama pilot Evil, starring alongside Katja Herbers (Westworld) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage) in the potential series created by The Good Wife’s Robert and Michelle King.

Evil follows Kristen Benoist (Herbers), a skeptical female forensic psychologist who joins priest-in-training David Dacosta (Colter) to investigate supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and other extraordinary occurrences to see if there is a supernatural or scientific explanation.

Emerson will play Townsend, who is described as “a seemingly kind and trustworthy man with a twinkle in his eye and an appealing manner, however, outward appearances couldn’t be more deceiving. An expert witness for the defense in a mass murder case, Townsend may actually be an agent of evil who spurs his followers on to acts of unspeakable violence and murder.”

Emerson previously starred on the CBS series Person of Interest for the entirety
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Pilot Castings: Michael Emerson Gets Evil, UnREAL Vet's Comedy and More

Pilot Castings: Michael Emerson Gets Evil, UnREAL Vet's Comedy and More
Michael Emerson is headed back to CBS: The Person of Interest vet has joined the network’s drama pilot Evil, from The Good Wife creators Robert and Michelle King, our sister site Deadline reports.

The project follows a skeptical female clinical psychologist (Westworld‘s Katja Herbers), a priest-in-training (Luke Cage star Mike Colter) and a blue-collar contractor as they investigate supposed miracles, demonic possessions and other extraordinary occurrences to see if there’s a scientific explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work.

Emerson — who won an Emmy for his work on Lost and recently recurred on Arrow — will play Townsend,
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Michael Emerson Joins Robert & Michelle King’s ‘Evil’ Pilot at CBS

  • Variety
Michael Emerson Joins Robert & Michelle King’s ‘Evil’ Pilot at CBS
Michael Emerson could be returning to CBS.

The former “Person of Interest” star has been tapped for a lead role in the drama pilot “Evil” at the broadcaster, which hails from Robert and Michelle King. He joins previously announced cast members Katja Herbers and Mike Colter.

Evil” focuses on a skeptical female forensic psychologist (Herbers) who joins a priest-in-training (Colter) and a blue-collar contractor as they investigate supposed miracles, demonic possessions, and other extraordinary occurrences to see if there’s a scientific explanation or if something truly supernatural is at work.

Emerson will play Townsend, described as a seemingly kind and trustworthy man with a twinkle in his eye and an appealing manner, however, outward appearances couldn’t be more deceiving. An expert witness for the defense in a mass murder case, Townsend may actually be an agent of evil who spurs his followers on to acts of unspeakable violence and murder.
See full article at Variety »
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