CBS will add four new dramas and four new comedies this fall with familiar stars: David Boreanaz, Shemar Moore, Mark Feuerstein and Bobby Moynihan.

Also familiar: The new fall lineup, which will return mostly intact.

Here’s the fall prime-time schedule:

MONDAY “The Big Bang Theory” (8; returning to Thursdays on Nov. 2); “Young Sheldon” (a one-time preview Sept. 25 at 8:30, then moving to Thursdays, starting Nov. 2), the “TBBT” prequel about 9-year-old Sheldon Cooper (Iain Armitage), growing up in East Texas (Jim Parsons narrates); “9JKL” (8:30, starting Oct. 2), with Feuerstein as a newly divorced actor who moves back home to New York; “Kevin Can Wait” (9); “Me, Myself & I” (9:30), with “SNL’s” Moynihan, about a man in three periods of his life, at ages 14, 40 and 65; “Scorpion” (10).

Monday (starting Oct. 30): “Kevin” (8); “9JKL” (8:30); Me, Myself & I” (9); “Superior Donuts” (9:30); “Scorpion” (10).

TUESDAY “NCIS” (8); “Bull” (9); “NCIS: New Orleans” (10).

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WEDNESDAY “Survivor” (8); “SEAL Team” (9), with Boreanaz as leader of a Navy SEAL team that handles “the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them;” “Criminal Minds” (10).

THURSDAY Football (8, through October); Starting Nov. 2: “TBBT” (8); “Young Sheldon” (8:30); “Mom” (9); “Life in Pieces” (9:30); “S.W.A.T.” (10), with Moore as a S.W.A.T. Sergeant in the LAPD, torn between the department and the streets where he was raised.

FRIDAY “MacGyver” (8); “Hawaii Five-0” (9); “Blue Bloods” (10).

SATURDAY Repeats as part of “Crimetime Saturday” (8-10); “48 Hours” (10).

SUNDAY “60 Minutes” (7); “Wisdom of the Crowd” (8), with Jeremy Piven as a tech visionary who creates a crowdsource app to solve his daughter’s murder; “NCIS: LA” (9); “Madam Secretary” (10).