TV Schedule 2017

TV Schedule For Fall 2017 Revealed, Including CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox & The CW

The major five TV networks have revealed their schedules for Fall 2017, with many popular shows now competing against each other.

NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS and The CW are unveiling their slate of new programming as part of Upfronts Week in addition to sharing their new schedules for the coming year. The following is a compilation of the five schedules arranged by day and timeslot.

(*) indicates new show


8 p.m.

ABC – Dancing With the Stars

CBS (through late October) – The Big Bang Theory / 9JKL*

CBS (after October) – Kevin Can Wait / 9JKL*

Fox – Lucifer

NBC – The Voice

The CW – Supergirl

9 p.m.

ABC – Dancing With the Stars (Hour 2)

CBS (through late October) – Kevin Can Wait / Me, Myself and I*

CBS (after October) – Me, Myself and I* / Superior Donuts

Fox – The Gifted*

NBC – The Voice (Hour 2)

The CW – Valor*

10 p.m.

ABC – The Good Doctor*

CBS – Scorpion

NBC – The Brave*


8 p.m.

ABC – The Middle / Fresh Off the Boat


Fox – Lethal Weapon

NBC – The Voice

The CW – The Flash

9 p.m.

ABC – Black-ish / The Mayor*

CBS – Bull

Fox – The Mick / Brooklyn Nine-Nine

NBC – Superstore / The Good Place

The CW – DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

10 p.m.

ABC – The Gospel of Kevin*

CBS – NCIS: New Orleans

NBC – Chicago Fire


8 p.m.

ABC – The Goldbergs / Speechless

CBS – Survivor

Fox – Empire

NBC – The Blacklist

The CW – Riverdale

9 p.m.

ABC – Modern Family / American Housewife

CBS – Seal Team*

Fox – Star

NBC – Law & Order: SVU

The CW – Dynasty*

10 p.m.

ABC – Designated Survivor

CBS – Criminal Minds

NBC – Chicago P.D.

Young Sheldon
Iain Armitage stars in one of CBS’s new shows, ‘Young Sheldon’ [Image by Robert Voets/CBS]


8 p.m.

ABC – Grey’s Anatomy

CBS (through late October) – Thursday Night Football

CBS (after October) – The Big Bang Theory / Young Sheldon*

Fox – Gotham

NBC (through early November) – Will & Grace / Great News

NBC (after early November) – Thursday Night Football

The CW – Supernatural

9 p.m.

ABC – Scandal

CBS (through late October) – Thursday Night Football (Hour 2)

CBS (after October) – Mom / Life in Pieces

Fox – The Orville*

NBC (through early November) – This Is Us

NBC (after early November) – Thursday Night Football (Hour 2)

The CW – Arrow

10 p.m.

ABC – How to Get Away with Murder

CBS (through late October) – Thursday Night Football (Hour 3)

CBS (after October) – S.W.A.T.*

NBC (through early November) – Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders*

NBC (after early November) – Thursday Night Football (Hour 3)


8 p.m.

ABC – Once Upon a Time

CBS – MacGyver

Fox – Hell’s Kitchen

NBC – Blindspot

The CW – Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

9 p.m.

ABC – Marvel’s Inhumans*

CBS – Hawaii Five-0

Fox – The Exorcist

NBC – Taken

The CW – Jane the Virgin

10 p.m.

ABC – 20/20

CBS – Blue Bloods

NBC – Dateline


7:30 p.m.

Fox – Bob’s Burgers

8 p.m.

ABC – To Tell the Truth

CBS – Wisdom of the People*

Fox – The Simpsons / Ghosted*

NBC – Sunday Night Football

9 p.m.

ABC – Shark Tank

CBS – NCIS: Los Angeles

Fox – Family Guy / The Last Man on Earth

NBC – Sunday Night Football (Hour 2)

10 p.m.

ABC – Ten Days in the Valley*

CBS – Madam Secretary

NBC – Sunday Night Football (Hour 3)

The Gifted
Percy Hynes White, Stephen Moyer, Amy Acker and Natalie Alyn Lind in ‘The Gifted’ [Image by Frank Ockenfels/FOX]

Many shows are being saved for midseason, which typically begins in January and lasts through subsequent spring months. Some returning favorites being reserved for later in the season include The Bachelor, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Quantico on ABC, The Amazing Race, Code Black, Elementary, Man With a Plan and Undercover Boss on CBS, American Grit, The F Word with Gordon Ramsay, MasterChef, New Girl and The X-Files on Fox, Chicago Med, Little Big Shots, Shades of Blue, Timeless and The Wall on NBC and iZombie, The 100 and The Originals on The CW.

Midseason will also serve as the launchpad for the American Idol reboot, as well as new shows like By the Book and Instinct on CBS, Alex, Inc., The Crossing, Deception, For the People and Splitting Up Together on ABC, 9-1-1, LA to Vegas and The Resident on Fox, A.P. Bio, The Awesome Show, Champions, Ellen’s Game of Games, Genius Junoir, The Handmade Project, Reverie and Rise on NBC and Black Lightning and Life Sentence on The CW.

[Featured Image by Ron Batzdorff/NBC]