CBS Fall TV Shows Worth Getting Excited About

CBS Fall TV Shows Worth Getting Excited About

It’s not just a matter of opinion, the fall season makes way for some of the best TV shows of the year. This autumn ushers in a CBS line-up that is worth watching every second. Explore spooky comedies, engaging dramas, a crime series and a fiery favorite.

‘Ghosts’ – CBS – September 29

Woodstone B&B opens its doors to all sorts of characters, both alive and…departed. Get reacquainted with the eclectic group of spirits and their interactions with the B&B’s guests. Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar lead this ghostly comedy.   Watch Ghosts on Thursdays this fall.

‘So Help Me Todd’ – CBS – September 29

When a successful, but overbearing attorney hires her talented but aimless son as an in-house investigator, we get a glimpse into their tumultuous and hilarious family/work life. Skylar Austin and Marcia Harden lead this innovative take on family business.  Watch So Help Me Todd on Thursdays this fall.

‘CSI: Vegas’ – CBS – September 29

We head back to Sin City to investigate crimes with forensic evidence. Familiar faces, new enemies and the latest techniques keep the investigators on top of their game. Watch CSI: Vegas Thursdays this fall.

‘East New York’ CBS October 2

Newly promoted deputy inspector leads a squad on the east side of Brooklyn, but her crew doesn’t know how to handle her creative methods during the city’s tumultuous growth. Amanda Warren, Jimmy Smits , Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Kevin Rankin and Richard Kind make up the diverse team.

‘Fire Country’ – CBS – October 7

Trading his prison life for service, Bode Donavan joins a prison release-program that pits him against Northern California wildfires in exchange for a reduced sentence. While battling the heat, he’s also forced to face his past. Max Thieriot, Kevin Alejandro and Jules Latimer star in this new show. Watch Fire Country on Thursdays this fall.

Need even more great shows to keep you entertained this fall? Keep up with our Monthly Watch Guide to find your next favorite series.

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