Modern Family and How to Get Away with Murder may have signed off for good this spring, but ABC will still welcome back plenty of old favorites this fall TV season, assuming production is able to resume. The network has announced its planned fall 2020 TV schedule, and most of it looks pretty familiar.
Thursdays still belong to Grey's Anatomy, its spin-off Station 19, and A Million Little Things. This fall will also see the return of dramas like The Good Doctor, Stumptown, and The Rookie, as well as comedies American Housewife, The Connors, and The Goldbergs (this time without its spin-off, Schooled, which has been canceled, as have Bless this Mess, Single Parents, The Baker and the Beauty, Emergence, and Kids Say the Darndest Things). Meanwhile, Clare Crawley's season of The Bachelorette is finally a go after production was postponed, and Dancing With the Stars is back for its 29th season.
ABC has also announced the new shows making their debut in the 2020-2021 season. David E. Kelley's Big Sky will star Kylie Bunbury and Katheryn Winnick as a detective and ex-cop, respectively, who team up to try and find two girls kidnapped by a truck driver. Meanwhile, new new comedy series Call Your Mother (previously titled My Village) stars Kyra Sedgwick as an empty-nester mother who decides to reinsert herself into her adult children's lives, will debut later in the season. The two series join the previously announced revival of Supermarket Sweep, hosted by Leslie Jones.
See the full schedule below, and head here for more on ABC's 2020-2021 lineup. New shows in ALL CAPS.
8/7c: Dancing with the Stars
10/9c: The Good Doctor
8/7c: The Bachelorette
10/9: BIG SKY
8/7c: The Goldbergs
9/8c: The Conners (new date/time)
9:30/8:30c: American Housewife
8/7c: Station 19
9/8c: Grey's Anatomy
10/9c: A Million Little Things
8/7c: Shark Tank
9/8c: 20/20 (two hours)
8/7c: Saturday Night Football
7/6c: America's Funniest Home Videos
8/7c: SUPERMARKET SWEEP
9/8c: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
10/9c: The Rookie
Fans will have to wait until later in the season for the premieres of American Idol, The Bachelor, black-ish, mixed-ish, For Life, and the new comedy Call Your Mother, which was originally announced for Wednesday nights but was replaced by the return of black-ish.