While the network is passing on Patrick Dempsey's political drama, Ways and Means, and two others, they picked up a comedy and a drama.
Another potential series, Only True Lies, has been pushed off-cycle but is still in contention.
A multicamera comedy titled Smallwood starting Pete Holmes has been given the greenlight.
It comes from executive producers David Hollander and Brian D'Arcy James, and the pilot was directed by Mark Cendrowski.
Holmes stars as an ordinary guy who turns to pro bowling to support his family after being laid off from the Gm factory.
Chi McBride and Katie Lowes costar.
Smallwood, from CBS Studios, seems like a good fit for Holmes.
He previously created and starred on Crashing that aired on HBO from 2017-19.
The Sophia Bush pilot, Good Sam, also got the greenlight.
This show was held over from last year's pilot season,