CBS will postpone two of its high profile drama programs, Marine special unit and Clarice, to Paramount + next season.

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According to a report from Deadline, the deals are still being closed Marine special unit will reportedly begin its fifth season on CBS next fall, where it will air around four episodes on the network before switching to streaming service. As for ClariceThe second season is reportedly streamed exclusively on Paramount +.

The move for this move to streaming apparently hit the shelf space as CBS had already added three new franchise dramas for the next season as well as the medical drama Good Sam. With the addition of new shows being added to the mix, CBS probably thought it best for the shows and themselves to migrate some to Paramount + where they can continue to thrive without worrying about it in the ratings department to fight against it.

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Marine special unit follows an elite unit of the United States Navy SEALs, the Bravo Team, a sub-unit of the US Naval Special Warfare Development Group. The cast includes Max Thieriot, Neil Brown Jr., AJ Buckley, and Toni Trucks. Clarice based on the bestselling novel The silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris and will play Rebecca Breeds as the title character.