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Midseason TV 2020: Complete List of Premiere Dates for New and Returning Broadcast Shows

  • The Wrap
The new year is fast approaching and so is midseason TV.

While fall brought with it the returns of your favorite broadcast shows — and the debuts of several new ones — the colder months mark the time when many of those shows go into hibernation and fresh programming wakes up.

Because the broadcast networks are now gearing up to launch several new shows — and to bring back a lot of your faves — TheWrap has rounded up the list of broadcast’s Winter 2020 premiere dates.

Also Read: NBC's Midseason Schedule: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Sets Hour-Long Premiere, 'Manifest' Reclaims Mondays

We’ve got launch days for new shows like NBC’s “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” and “Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector,” Fox’s “9-1-1: Lone Star” and “Deputy,” CBS’s “Tommy” and “FBI: Most Wanted,” ABC’s “For Life,” and The CW’s “Riverdale” spinoff series “Katy Keene.
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CBS Midseason Dates: Criminal Minds' Final Season, FBI Spinoff, MacGyver Bumps Magnum, Nola Moves and More

CBS Midseason Dates: Criminal Minds' Final Season, FBI Spinoff, MacGyver Bumps Magnum, Nola Moves and More
It will be a happy new year indeed for fans of Criminal Minds, which now has a premiere date for its 15th and final season.

The crime drama’s 10-episode swan song will get underway on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 9/8c (with a two-hour premiere), and eventually wrap up with a two-hour series finale on Feb. 19, at which point Seal Team will return from a seven-week hiatus to reclaim its time slot. (For those doing the math, yes, there will be another Criminal Minds double-pump in there somewhere. Also, Miss Crabtree commends you.)

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Surveillance: Sophia Bush Pilot Not Moving Forward at CBS

Sophia Bush's Surveillance is not moving forward at CBS.

The pilot was apparently a hit in early testing, according to Variety, but it was apparently not a good fit for the Eye network.

The proposed series would have centered on the head of communications for the Nsa, a charming operative who finds her loyalties torn between protecting the government’s secrets and her own.

In addition to Bush, the pilot's cast included Allen Leech, Dennis Haysbert, Raphael Acloque, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Matthew Modine, Nick Blood, Spencer Moss, Tina Huang, Judith Scott, Brian Markinson, and Catherine Curtin.

Related: Sophia Bush Departs Chicago Pd

David C. White, who wrote the pilot, confirmed the sad news on Twitter over the weekend.

“Super bummed Surveillance won’t be going forward, but what an incredible experience it has been working with all of these amazing people,” he wrote.

“My girl @SophiaBush is the Queen.
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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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Once Upon a Time's Jennifer Morrison Joins CBS Medical Pilot

Jennifer Morrison is returning to the world of medicine for her latest role. 

The former House and Once Upon a Time star has landed the lead role on CBS pilot Under the Bridge, according to THR

"When a scandal rocks the medical practice she runs with her husband and their friends, a surgeon rises to the occasion and takes the lead in trying to mend both the practice and her own marriage," according to the logline from Deadline

Morrison is attached to play the role of Caitlin Lancaster, a surgeon who is forced to return to her job early after taking a sabbatical when her husband is voted out of the medical practice they helped create with their friends. 

Related: Once Upon a Time Canceled After Seven Seasons at ABC

It's a perfect set-up for a series, and with Morrison leading the cast, the script would have to come in
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