While NBC is still sorting out its fall 2017 schedule, CBS has become the first network to announce its premiere dates for all its primetime shows. Fans can now plan to September and beyond for their favorite shows. These dates include all the freshman shows coming along, so you can set a date for the new "The Big Bang Theory" spinoff, "Young Sheldon."

When are your favorite shows returning? Here's a look at the full CBS fall 2017 schedule dates.

'60 Minutes' kicks off the premiere

The premiere of the 50th season of "60 Minutes" will be the first to air on the CBS fall 2017 schedule.

This will happen on September 24, hinting that many other networks will hold off until the end of September to start their programming for the fall.

The Monday will then see the returns of "The Big Bang Theory," "Kevin Can Wait," and "Scorpion." It will also see a special series debut of "Young Sheldon," along with the series premiere of "Me, Myself, & I." Many of these shows are temporarily airing on a Monday because of CBS' Thursday Night Football schedule.

Tuesdays see 'NCIS' return

Those waiting for the return of Gibbs and Co. won't have to wait much longer. "NCIS" will premiere its 15th season on September 26, with "Bull" and "NCIS: New Orleans" following. This is the exact same lineup to last year, which worked extremely well for "Bull," since it stars former "NCIS" star, Michael Weatherly.

On Wednesday, September 27, "Survivor" and "Criminal Minds" will return, with "Criminal Minds" getting a new timeslot of 10 p.m. "Seal Team" will take the 9 p.m. slot on that night, airing its pilot episode. Then the next day will see Thursday Night Football.

Looking forward to the weekend

September 29 will see the return of "MacGyver," "Hawaii Five-0," and "Blue Bloods." Then on Saturday, "48 Hours" returns for its 30th season.

The next week is where things change a little. Sunday, October 1, will see the return of "NCIS: Los Angeles," as well as the debut of "Wisdom of the Crowd." On October 2, there won't be another episode of "Young Sheldon." Instead, "9JKL" will premiere after "The Big Bang Theory."

'Madam Secretary' returning the week after

Sunday, October 8 will see the return of "Madam Secretary," running after the second episode of "NCIS: Los Angeles" season 9.

That's the only change until the end of the month, which will see Mondays and Thursdays changing.

"The Big Bang Theory" will move to Thursday nights, with "Young Sheldon" following from November 2. Monday, October 30 will see "Kevin Can Wait" in its normal timeslot instead, with "Me, Myself, & I" moving a half-hour forward and "Superior Donuts" premiering in the 9:30 p.m. timeslot.

November 2 will also see the premieres of "Mom" Season 5, "Life in Pieces," season 3, and "S.W.A.T" season 1. It's a lot to take in, but this is your chance to get the CBS fall 2017 premiere dates in your diaries.