This fall, “NCIS: LA” will have to call in those figurative moving trucks once more. Known as one of CBS' top dramas, the network has strategically scheduled “NCIS: Los Angeles” at various times over the years, most recently using it as a popular lead in for other Sunday night dramas. When the 2017-2018 season premieres, the “NCIS” spinoff will jump timeslots once more.

‘NCIS: LA’ season 9 time

The season 8 finale has come and gone, and that means it’s time to look to the future. Executive producer John Peter Kousakis is doing just that, keeping fans apprised of any changes.

Move us...shake us...we are the invincible,” Kousakis tweeted.

“#ncisla New time...#CBSSundayat9pm FallSeason2017-18! Same Outstanding #bestcastandcrewinthebiz.”

The new schedule leaves the series on Sunday nights but pushes it back by an hour. Considering the delays experienced during NFL season, viewers should be prepared to set their DVRs for at least an extra half hour.

While CBS has yet to set a fall premiere date, the cast and crew has already filmed two episodes for season 9. Produced as 825 (titled “Se Murio el Payaso”) and 826, the hours shot at the beginning of May.

825 will air in S9,” Kousakis explained on Twitter. “Getting ahead. The next two episodes for S9.”

Neither, however, will air as the premiere.

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CBS mixes up the schedule

Prepare to see some fresh new faces take over your screens this autumn, particularly on the comedy front. Although the network bid farewell to “Two Broke Girls,” CBS will open the doors for “Me, Myself & I,” which follows one man from childhood to age 65; “9JKL,” a Mark Feuerstein-led script which looks at an actor living in an apartment between his parents and his married brother; and “Young Sheldon,” a “Big Bang Theory” spinoff.

Each of these comedies will debut on Monday, but “Young Sheldon” will follow “The Big Bang Theory” to Thursdays in November.

On the drama front, action leads the way. “SEAL Team” and “S.W.A.T.” will bring in the big guns on Wednesdays and Thursdays, respectively, while “Wisdom of the Crowd” will slide into “NCIS: LA”’s previous Sunday night spot (8 p.m. ET).

For those looking for stability, Tuesday and Friday’s lineups will remain intact. Catch the original “NCIS” at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesdays, followed by “Bull” and “NCIS: New Orleans.” Friday will feature “MacGyver” at 8 p.m. ET, “Hawaii Five-0” at 9 p.m. ET, and “Blue Bloods” at 10 p.m. ET.