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The Big Bads, the first and only new CBS sitcom to premiere on Sunday night, has officially made its debut on the CW network, where it will air on Sunday nights at 8 p.m.


The first episode is titled The Big Bad Season 2.

The new season is slated to premiere in October.

The show is the brainchild of executive producer Kevin Reilly and writer/executive producer Amy Sedaris, who also wrote the pilot and a short pilot for the series, respectively.

Reilly also created the NBC sitcom The Carmichael Show, a show that ran for three seasons and was cancelled after one season.

The CBS sitcom is set in a post-apocalyptic future in which crime and disorder have led to the rise of a new crime-ridden city called New York.

It’s a world that is now inhabited by super-smart robotic criminals, the city’s newest criminal mastermind, and an all-new villain known only as The Big Boss.

As the series evolves, it’s revealed that the crime wave is coming not only from the Big Bads, but from a new wave of super-intelligent cybernetic criminals.

“We want to show the Big Bang and all the chaos it created in the world, and it’s a big part of the show,” Reilly told The Hollywood Reporter.

“It’s a place we want to be, and we want the world to know it.

We want to let people know it exists.”

Reilly, who previously worked on The Carmelino Show and The Carmie Show, has directed the first two episodes, which were filmed at Warner Bros. Pictures.

In a press release, CBS said that the series will be shot in New York City with a budget of about $5 million.

The network said that Reilly and Sedaris were hired to direct, write and produce the series after their experience with The Carmielands.

The Carmillion was written and directed by Reilly, along with executive producer Amy Seimetz and showrunner Brian Michael Bendis.

In addition to the show, CBS is also developing the upcoming live-action movie based on the series.

The cast includes Stephen Colbert, Adam Scott, Stephen Miller, Jessica Walter, and John Lithgow, and the show stars Amy Sedakis, Adam Driver, and Michael Che as Big Bad, the show’s central villain.

The pilot episode will air as a live-interview with the Big Boss, with Colbert discussing the show.

Colbert will also answer audience questions via Facebook Live.

Reilly said the network was happy to give the series a spin.

“Kevin and Amy Reilly were so excited to come on board to develop the show and we couldn’t be more thrilled to work with them,” CBS Entertainment President Michael Lombardo said in a statement.

“This series is a fun, humorous look at the chaos and the danger of a post apocalyptic New York.”

“This is a new challenge for our network,” said Reilly.

“But with our seasoned network executive team and our dedicated production team, we have great ideas for how we will create an exciting new series.”

The Big Big Bad is set to debut on CBS Sunday, Oct. 14, 2020.

It stars Stephen Colbert as Big Boss; Adam Scott as Big Shot; Michael Che, Steve Buscemi, John Lithowe, Stephen Merchant, Adam West, and Jeff Goldblum; Amy Sedarakis as Big Mom; Adam Driver as Big Doc; John Lithow as Big Gun; Adam Polanski as the robot Big Boss and John Malkovich as Big Mouth; David Cross as The Boss; Stephen Miller as Big Beard; and John C. Reilly as Big Dog.

The Big Show was a hit in 2008, with five Emmy nominations and an Oscar nomination.