Under the banner of CBS Originals, CBS promoted its fall schedule in Sunday night’s Primetime Emmy Awards, including promos for single shows as well as an overall brand image spot that came later in the evening.
The network offered a sneak peek at its Tuesday night trilogy of FBI shows—FBI, FBI: Most Wanted, FBI: International.
It also featured The Neighborhood, starring Emmys host Cedric the Entertainer, which is returning Monday, Sept. 20 for season four
New CBS comedy Ghosts, about a couple who moves into a mansion haunted by friendly and chatty ghosts, premieres Oct. 7.
CBS also teased NCIS’ move to Monday and the reveal of Gibbs’ (Mark Harmon) fate.
After a long pandemic delay, Survivor returns for season 41 with host and executive producer Jeff Probst promising a season that’s “harder, faster and more fun … dangerous fun.”
CBS also teased such shows as the return of the original CSI as a limited series, starring William Petersen and Jorja Fox, on Wednesday, Oct. 6, and the second-season premiere of The Equalizer, starring Queen Latifah, on Sunday, Oct. 10.
Other networks also took advantage of the primetime platform, including HBO with upcoming Sopranos prequel The Many of Saints of Newark, starring James Gandolfini’s son, Michael, in theaters and on HBO Max Oct. 1.
It also hyped the much-anticipated third season of HBO’s Succession, premiering Oct. 17.
Netflix teased its new drama series, Colin in Black & White about and starring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who led the league in protesting police brutality, creating both controversy and empathy.
The second half of the Emmys featured the networks and services’ brand image spots, with offerings from Disney Plus, HBO and CBS.