Yellowstone Will Debut on Broadcast TV as CBS Revisions Fall 2023 Schedule Due to Strikes

The fall 2023 CBS schedule has undergone significant revision as a result of the ongoing repercussions of the double strike in Hollywood.

The majority of CBS's scripted programming was supposed to return when the broadcaster first unveiled its autumn schedule in May. 

But after roughly a week of the writers' strike, that schedule was made public. 

Now that SAG-AFTRA has joined the writers' picket lines and there is no sign of either strike coming to an end, CBS is expanding its slate of purchased programming and unscripted projects significantly.

In order to achieve this, the network is importing a number of programs from the Paramount network.

Most significantly, starting with Season 1, the popular TV show "Yellowstone" will begin airing on CBS every Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The program started

Around two years after moving the military drama to Paramount+, CBS is bringing "SEAL Team" back to the network. This fall, Thursdays at 10 p.m. on CBS will now be the time for "SEAL Team" Season 5. 

The docuseries "FBI True" on Tuesdays and a Paramount+ original to run on Mondays that will be disclosed at a later time are two additional programs from Paramount coming to CBS.


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