The cancellations continued earlier this month and we will be bidding adieu to the following CBS shows:
2 Broke Girls
Kevin Can Wait
Me, Myself and I
Wisdom of a Crowd
The following shows are replacing them and could be big hits. Check out their descriptions and trailers below and comment with your thoughts on the new shows.
In The Code, Military lawyers take on the country’s challenges both inside and outside of the courtroom. The show is created by Craig Sweeny and Craig Turke.
Nina Dobrev formerly of The Vampire Diaries is back and plays a woman hoping to settle in her with fiancé played by Tone Bell until her hurricane of a sister played by Odessa Adlon moves in. The show is created by Corinne Kingsbury, famous for The Newsroom.
Dick Wolf is at it again with a show set in the FBI’s New York office. In the cast we have Jeremy Sisto, Missy Peregrym and Connie Nielsen.
God Friended Me
A pretty self explanatory title, in “God Friended Me” an atheist (Brandon Micheal Hall) questions his non-faith and potentially changes when God friends him on Facebook. The show also stars Joe Morton, Javicia Leslie, Suraj Sharma and Violett Beane.
The latest show from Damon Wayans Jr.m features him and Amber Stevens West as a married couple who are reacquainted with their cooler younger selves when a pop star (Felix Mallard) moves into their home.
Magnum P.I., a remake of the classic show, tells the story of a military vet turned private investigator in Hawaii. Jay Hernandez takes on the iconic role.
A revival of the original series sees Candice Bergen, Faith Ford, Grant Shaud and Joe Regalbuto return to the show which rain from 1988 to 1998.
Max Greenfield plays a man who moves his family to an L.A. neighborhood where his overwhelming friendliness doesn’t quite fit. The show stars Cedric the Entertainer, Tichina Arnold and Dreama Walker.
The show follows three families connected to an office involved shooting case. The show stars Noah Wyle and is executive produced by Ava DuVernay and Greg Berlanti.