CBS has unveiled its lineup for the spring season, including the return of Ransom for its third season and the debut of two new series. So get out your calendar and mark these dates down.

In April, the network will introduce The Code, a military legal drama starring Luke Mitchell and Dana Delany alongside Phillipa Soo, Anna Wood and Ato Essandoh. The new series will premiere Tuesday, April 9 following the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship before moving to a regular Monday time slot the next week.

Also new to the network is The Red Line, a serialized drama about race and politics that was produced by Ava DuVernay and Greg Berlanti and stars Noah Wyle and Noel Fisher. The event series will air in four consecutive two-episode segments that will chronicle three different families connected by a tragedy.

Meanwhile, NCIS fans will not want to miss the return of the show and its spin-offs, NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans. The network has yet to announce the premiere dates for the seventh and final season of Elementary and the second season of Instinct, so keep your schedules open in the meantime.

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See the full schedule below.

Saturday, Feb. 16
8/7c: Ransom

Tuesday, April 9
8/7c: NCIS
9/8c: The Code (special premiere)
0/9c: NCIS: New Orleans

Monday, April 15
8/7c: The Neighborhood
8:30/7:30c: Man with a Plan
9/8c: The Code (regular time)
10/9c: Bull

Sunday, April 28
8/7c: The Red Line (two-hour event series premiere)
10/9c: NCIS: Los Angeles

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