CBS is tweaking its primetime schedule during the upcoming Republican and Democrat National Conventions.

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Braindead, the network’s new comic-thriller series set in the world of Washington, DC politics (appropriate for convention weeks), is moving to Sundays beginning July 24 at 10 PM, replacing re-broadcasts of Elementary. It will have a lead-in from Madam Secretary, another show with a political bent.

Drama series Scorpion will air Monday (9-10 PM, ET/PT) on July 18 and July 25, leading into CBS News’ coverage of the Republican and Democrat National Conventions. Beginning Monday, August 1, Scorpion shifts to 10-11 PM, ET/PT, following a two-hour comedy block from 8-10 PM, ET/PT. The move also also warms up Monday for fall when CBS will have a 2-hour block followed by Scorpion at 10 PM.

Here’s the updated schedule:

Monday, July 18

8-8:30 PM    MOM

8:30-9 PM     2 BROKE GIRLS

9-10 PM         SCORPION

10-11 PM        CAMPAIGN 2016: REPUBLICAN CONVENTION

Sunday, Effective July 24

8-9 PM          BIG BROTHER

9-10 PM        MADAM SECRETARY

10-11 PM       BRAINDEAD (New Time Period)

Monday, July 25

8-8:30 PM    MOM

8:30-9 PM     2 BROKE GIRLS

9-10 PM         SCORPION

10-11 PM        CAMPAIGN 2016: DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION

Monday, Effective Aug. 1

8-8:30 PM      MOM

8:30-9 PM      2 BROKE GIRLS

9-9:30 PM      MOM

9:30-10 PM    THE ODD COUPLE

10-11 PM         SCORPION (New Time Period)