These six are not the only shows coming back for next season. CBS also renewed NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, Young Sheldon, FBI, God Friended Me, The Neighborhood, Mom and Blue Bloods for next year.
Scroll on for a look at the CBS shows coming back next season.
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Bull will be back for its fourth season next year. The series stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull, the head of a trial-consulting firm, and is loosely based on Phil McGraw's life before he became a daytime talk show star. Bull averages 6.7 million viewers live, according to Variety.
Bull attracted headlines after Eliza Dushku accused Wetherly of sexual harassment. CBS reached a $10 million settlement with Dushku and Weatherly continues to lead the show.
The Hawaii Five-0 remake inched closer to the 12-season mark reached by the original series. The new series will be back for its 10th season, starring Scott Caan and Alex O'Loughlin. It is one of CBS' Friday night anchor shows, pulling in around 7.3 million viewers each week.
Shemar Moore will once again lead SWAT for a third season. The show is inspired by the 1975 TV Series and the Colin Farrell and Samuel L. Jackson-starring 2003 movie. The Criminal Minds alum stars as SWAT Sgt. Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson, who leads a group of specialized officers on dangerous missions in Los Angeles. It averages 5.3 million total live viewers.
SEAL Team also nabbed a third season. The show tells the stories of SEAL Team members, including David Borneaz's Jason Hayes. The show averages 5 million viewers a week.
The re-imagined MacGyver earned a fourth season. Lucas Till stars in the title role, and leads a clandestine team within the U.S. government. He uses his survival skills to help save lives. It has found a home on Fridays, averaging 6.1 million viewers.
Tea Leoni will be back in Madam Secretary for a sixth season. Despite low ratings, it has become an irreplaceable part of CBS' Sunday night line-up. The political drama averages 5.4 million viewers a week.