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.

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