CBS will launch a new show titled “Me, Myself & I” starting Sept. 25.

According to TV Line, “Me, Myself & I” will be pitted against ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” NBC’s “The Voice” and Fox’s new series, “The Gifted,” with three shows occuping the same timeslot. The cast of CBS’ upcoming comedy includes Bobby Moynihan, John Larroquette, Jack Dylan Grazer, Jaleel White, Sharon Lawrence, Kelen Coleman, Brian Unger and Christopher Paul Richards.

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The series will feature three different timelines where the male characters are 14-year-old teenagers in 1991, 40 years old in the present day and 65 years old in 2042. The publication is speculating on the possibility of “Me, Myself & I” getting high ratings especially during its premiere, that is, if “The Gifted” doesn’t open huge on FOX.

Meanwhile, episode 1 of “The Big Bang Theory” Season 11 and “Young Sheldon” Season 1 will also air on Sept. 25. But in November, the regular schedule for “Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon,” which is on Thursday nights, will officially take into effect. This could put “Me, Myself & I” at risk of getting impressive ratings.

Last month, CBS released the teaser for “Me, Myself & I,” which features Moynihan’s present-day character, Alex Riley. In the five-minute clip, Alex details how his life changed when he was just 14 years old. At that time, Alex learns that his mom would be marrying her boyfriend.

In the present day, Alex struggles to keep up with fatherhood. When he brings his daughter to school, the young girl asks where her lunch is and Alex realizes that he forgot it at home. He rushes back home to get it when he chances upon his wife having sex with another man.

A clip from 2042 reveals that Alex is a lawyer, but he suffers from a stroke during one of his hearings. In one of the scenes, Alex has a conversation with his grown up daughter so is very concerned about her dad’s welfare.

“Me, Myself & I” will premiere on CBS on Sept. 25 at 9:30 p.m. ET.