A new judge decides to challenge the expectations of what a judge can be in this drama that look at the chaotic lives of various courtroom employees.
September 23 at 9pm
J. Alex Brinson
Ruthie Ann Miles
THE FINAL WORD: CBS has made a legacy out of light procedurals with likable leads. This one feels like a harder sell and will face stiff competition from established reality franchises.
A love story about a middle-aged sock salesman who falls for his nurse, a Nigerian immigrant, while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over.
Bob Hearts Abishola
September 23 at 8:30pm
Barry Shabaka Henley
Travis Wolfe Jr.
THE FINAL WORD: Chuck Lorre has yet to miss when it comes to CBS sitcoms and again he's assembled a strong ensemble. The trick here is going to be keeping Bob more charming than creepy.
A middle-age woman decides to start re-boot her life following a divorce and enters the world of medicine.
September 26 at 9:30pm
THE FINAL WORD: Patricia Heaton has had two long-running sitcoms that each ran for nine seasons. It's a safe bet she could go for the hat trick especially given it's a clever concept and it seems like a custom-made CBS series.
A female psychologist joins a priest-in-training and a carpenter to investigate the Church’s backlog of unexplained mysteries and decide if true evil is at play.
September 26 at 10pm
THE FINAL WORD: If audiences can get past some of the creepier elements of the series they may find themselves wanting to come back week-after-week. This is a strong cast and has the truly talented co-creators of "The Good Wife" guiding the action - it's definitely one to keep an eye on.
A year after losing his wife, a widower's friends and family unite to help him re-enter the dating world.
September 26 at 8:30pm
Maya Lynn Robinson
THE FINAL WORD: Walton Goggins has been one of the most in demand actors for networks and it's clear why that's the case. Audiences should enjoy seeing this serial-go-to bad guy turn good and lead an ensemble with proven comedic chops.