Here’s ABC’s fall 2024 TV schedule

ABC will have it again Abbott Elementary as a Wednesday night centerpiece in 2024-2025 – but it will start the season without any accompanying comedies.

The Emmy Award-winning series will return as a half-hour to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, with Golden Bachelorette (Which will last 90 minutes each week, up from an hour.) Golden Bachelor last fall) as an introduction to it. The remaining ABC comedy shows for 2024-25 — including the final season of Conners – It will come in the second half of the season.

“We remain very committed to comedy. I think you’ll see that really come to fruition midway through the season,” said Craig Erwich, president of Disney Television Group. Hollywood Reporter In an interview on Tuesday, a few hours before Disney’s presentation. “Because of the strikes [in 2023]There has been a temporary pause in some of our development plans. We are now filming high-profile comedy pilots with a beloved TV talent in Tim Allen [Shifting Gears] And Ty Burrell [Forgive and Forget]. And I think one of the biggest TV events of the year will be the final season of Conners. So I think between these pilots, AbbottAnd Conners“You’ll see us kind of going back to the comedy format that ABC is known for.”

ABC will also premiere a pair of dramas in the fall: High potentiala crime procedural starring Kaitlin Olson (which was pushed out of development last year), and a film produced by Ryan Murphy. Dr. Odyssey, starring Joshua Jackson as the medical officer on a luxury cruise ship. High Potential will follow Dancing With the Stars on Tuesday nights Dr. Odyssey You will fall in between 911 (also from Murphy) and Gray’s Anatomy Thursday.

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The final series will enter its 22nd season in the fall, adding to its record as the longest-running prime-time medical drama in American television history. There’s no word yet on how much co-star Ellen Pompeo will be involved Gray Next season; Sources say those talks are still happening.

ABC’s other new show for the fall is Scamanda, an ABC News documentary series — based on the podcast of the same name — about a woman whose story with lymphoma was too good to be true. It will follow Abbott Elementary School on Wednesday nights.

Drama Will Trent And Hamilton scored It is set for mid-season, along with new seasons of unscripted shows The Bachelor, Celebrity Jeopardy!, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune And what would you do?in addition to restarting Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Erwich said THR The contract for the two dramas will allow them to have largely uninterrupted touring starting in early 2025.

“Both shows are performing at full capacity, both in terms of ratings and the performance we’re seeing on Hulu,” Erwich said. “We will launch it in January, when we will have huge promotional platforms Rockin’ on New Year’s EvePlus college football and a huge list of Christmas programs. Continuing these shows without interruption seemed like the best way to continue developing them, and that is our goal. both of them Will Trent And Hamilton scored There will likely be about 18 episodes in the next season.

ABC will also be showing some of them Monday Night Football games in the fall, but not every week as was the case in 2023 (the full NFL schedule is scheduled to be released Thursday). In the holiday weeks, ABC will show a mix of specials, game show episodes and recurring dramas, Erwich said.

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ABC’s fall schedule is below. All times are EST/PT unless noted, and new series are in italics.

8pm ET/5pm PT: Monday Night Football (select weeks)

8 p.m.: Dancing with the Stars
10 pm: High potential

8 pm: Golden Bachelorette
9:30 p.m.: Abbott Elementary School
10 pm: Scamanda

8 p.m.: 911
21:00: Dr. Odyssey
10 p.m.: Grey’s Anatomy

8 p.m.: Shark Tank
9 p.m.: 20/20

7:30 PM ET/4:30 PM PT: Saturday Night College Football

7 p.m.: America’s funniest home videos
8 p.m.: The Wonderful World of Disney

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