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CBS Entertainment’s Amy Reisenbach Says She’s Looking Far Into the Future, Already Developing Shows for 2026-2027

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Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large The fate of CBS owner Paramount Global remains way up in the air, and the future of broadcast TV in general remains a big question mark.

But as CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach said on Tuesday at the Banff World Media Festival, that’s not stopping her from plotting her primetime development plans way into the future. “What’s great as we’re talking about 2025-26, in some cases, we’ve even pinpointed places where we want to be developing for 2026-27 already,” she said. “That’s the joy of working at CBS, and with the schedule and the stability that we have on the schedule, that we can think that far in advance.

We’re crazy if we’re not taking advantage of that.” Reisenbach noted that the move away from a dedicated pilot season has allowed her to take time in developing shows like “Tracker” — which was picked up a year before its premiere — and straight-to-series entries like “Sheriff Country,” which was picked up on the same day (for 2025-2026) that CBS announced its fall 2024 schedule. “That’s a show that we’re putting together a room on and we’ll be going into production soon on straight to series because we have all the many of the pieces in place,” she said of “Sheriff Country.” “We do expect to be picking up some rooms or potentially even a comedy pilot or two.

I do expect some announcements within the month or two months this summer of kind of the next steps.” Reisenbach opened the panel by noting that she isn’t able to comment about the status of the sale of Paramount Global. “I can’t comment on anything regarding M&A,” she said.

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