ABC is the second broadcast network, following CBS, to announce dates for its delayed, post-strike slate.
ABC’s midseason schedule kicks off in late January with the premiere of The Bachelor: Joey Graziadei Edition, which will be followed by a new, true crime-themed 20/20 offshoot.
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Of note, The Good Doctor is on the move for the first time ever — to the Tuesday night closer spot, where it will follow Will Trent (now airing at 8/7c) and The Rookie (moving into the cancelled Rookie: Feds‘ time slot). Also, the acquired Fox first responders drama 9-1-1 will lead into Grey’s Anatomy on Thursdays, bumping Station 19 to 10 pm.
ABC is not confirming any episode counts at this time.
(ABC’s only new series for this season, the Kaitlin Olson-led High Potential, was previously pushed to Fall 2024.)
An A-to-Z List of 300+ Scripted Series
MONDAY, JAN. 22
8 pm The Bachelor Season 28 (two hours)
10 pm 20/20 true crime edition (title TBA)
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7
8 pm The Conners Season 6
8:30 pm Not Dead Yet Season 2
9 pm Abbott Elementary Season 3 (one-hour premiere)
10 pm Judge Steve Harvey
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14
9 pm Abbott Elementary
9:30 pm (TO BE ANNOUNCED)
SUNDAY, FEB. 18
8 pm American Idol Season 22 (two hours)
10 pm What Would You Do?
TUESDAY, FEB. 20
8 pm Will Trent Season 2
9 pm The Rookie Season 6
10 pm The Good Doctor Season 7
THURSDAY, MARCH 14
8 pm 9-1-1 Season 7 (formerly on Fox)
9 pm Grey’s Anatomy Season 20
10 pm Station 19 Season 7
PREVIOUSLY CANCELLED ABC SHOWS: A Million Little Things, Alaska Daily, Big Sky, The Company You Keep, The Goldbergs, Home Economics and The Rookie: Feds
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