Will So Help Me Todd premiere on CBS this fall? Here’s everything we know so far.
Earlier the viewers have been waiting for CBS to release the list disclosing a number of new series which will premiere this year ranging from one genre to another. There is something new with fresh themes being offered by the network for a number of TV series for everyone. If you enjoy CBS’ typical, alternate-spelling content, you’ll probably enjoy what’s in store.
One of those new television series, along with Fire Country, East New York, and many more, is So Help Me Todd. It is a brand-new drama series, that will air on Thursday nights, replacing comedies like the canceled B Positive. If you intend to watch this new series on CBS and get a head start, we’ve put together a brief rundown of everything you need to know about the release date, storyline, and cast. Keep reading to learn more about So Help Me Todd.
So Help Me Todd Release Date
The official release date for So Help Me Todd has been revealed as the series will debut on Thursday, September 29 on the CBS network The official Twitter handle of So Help Me Todd also shared the update among the followers, quoting, “Uh-oh, the editor went rogue. #SoHelpMeTodd premieres Thursday, September 29 at 9/8c on @CBS and @ParamountPlus. Be there or be” Take a look at the official post below:
— So Help Me Todd (@SoHelpMeCBS) June 23, 2022
So Help Me Todd Time Slot
On Thursday night, the sitcom will be broadcast on the CBS and Paramount+ channels at 9/8c. The official Twitter handle of CBS also confirmed the news by sharing the time schedules for a majority of tv series which will return to screen this fall, quoting, “When the fans want premiere dates, they get premiere dates. GET READY, cause your favorite shows are returning, this Fall on CBS.” Take a look at the official post below:
When the fans want premiere dates, they get premiere dates.😌
GET READY, cause your favorite shows are returning, this Fall on CBS. pic.twitter.com/j15z2Wbbet
— CBS (@CBS) June 23, 2022
So Help Me Todd Plot
Created by Scott Prendergast, in So Help Me Todd, despite their opposing personalities, a talented but directionless P.I. who is the black sheep of his family begrudgingly agrees to work as the in-house investigator for his overbearing mother, a successful attorney reeling from the recent dissolution of her marriage.
Moreover, the elaborated plot description of the series as stated on the official CBS website follows, “As a kid, Todd wanted nothing more than to be a private detective. Now that he is, he’s quite good at it. The rest of his directionless life? That’s a bit of an unsolved mystery, especially to his uber-successful lawyer mom. So when she offers him a job as an in-house investigator at her firm as a way for him to get his act together, he reluctantly agrees, as long as Mom promises to let her adult son be who he wants to be.”
So Help Me Todd Cast and Crew
CBS has not released much about the star cast’s descriptions of this upcoming new series as most of the information is kept under the wraps for the time being. Meanwhile, according to Deadline, Elizabeth Klaviter, who served as executive producer/showrunner on CBS’ drama series Clarice, has been tapped to serve in the same capacity on the network’s newly picked up hourlong series. She succeeds Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro, who had signed on as EP/showrunners for the pilot of the CBS TV Studios-produced light drama. The series stars Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin.
Along with Madeline Wise, Tristen J. Winger, Inga Schlingmann, and Rosa Arredondo. Klaviter also joined Clarice, co-produced by CBS Studios and MGM TV, after the pilot. She previously served as executive producer on Fox’s medical drama series The Resident. Prior to that, she spent nearly a decade working on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and spinoff Private Practice, rising to co-executive producer on the mothership series. She is repped by APA, Circle of Confusion, and attorney Jared Levine.
So Help Me Todd Episodes
We’d also like to point out that, as of July 4, 2022, the exact titles and number for the episodes cannot be confirmed. As the network will publish those when the episodes are due to air on the streaming service. So, we would advise fans to be patient while waiting for these updates, which will be issued in the coming weeks.
The only information available about episode one is the synopsis which states, the basic premise of the series, “Meticulous attorney Margaret Wright hires her talented but scruffy son Todd as her law firm’s in-house investigator; Margaret’s strict adherence to the law is at complete odds with Todd’s scrappy methods, but together they make a formidable team.” The episode is reported to be directed by Amy York Rubin. Additionally, the first season’s episodes are said to have a runtime of roughly 60 minutes.
So Help Me Todd Official Trailer
The series’ premise is introduced in the trailer’s opening scene, in which gifted but aimless P.I. volunteers to serve as his mother’s internal investigator when she is still in shock over her recent divorce. The trailer also shows his relationship with his mother which shows that family matters after all the things that are happening around them. Along the way, he’s doing work and getting clues to solve the cases which the viewers will get to see in the series.
Where to stream So Help Me Todd?
When released, So Help Me Todd is most likely to be available on CBS and Paramount+ on Thursdays starting from September 29 at the time slot of 9/8c. On the other hand, it is reported to be available for free on the CBS platform just like all the other series on the platform.
Moreover, the first season might also be available to stream on fuboTV, depending on viewers’ location like many CBS series. The show might also be available to rent or buy on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu, based on preferred membership plans that the users can choose from. The viewers need to wait for this confirmation in the coming months.
Check out some exclusive stills from So Help Me Todd below:
Let us know in the comments how excited are you to stream So Help Me Todd this fall.