“Bachelor In Paradise”, “Abbott”, “Big Sky – Deadline”.

After introducing The Bachelorette After the fall schedule of the last two years, ABC is moving another summer Bachelor franchise staple to fall, Bachelor in Paradisewhich maintains its air pattern twice a week to fill the void left by the veteran Dancing with the stars Switch to Disney+. Hot Newbie Abbott Elementary School was officially crowned as ABC’s new flagship comedy series by giving it modern family‘s Wednesday 9pm tentpole timeslot.

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Here’s ABC’s fall schedule, which includes three new series, dramas Alaska with Hilary Swank and The Beginner: Federal Agenciescaptioned by Niecy Nash, as well Celebrity Danger!followed by analysis, including commentary from Craig Erwich, President of ABC Entertainment, and detailed descriptions of the new ABC series for the next season picked up so far.

ABC FALL SCHEDULE
(New programs in CAPITAL LETTERS; all times ET/PT)

MONDAY
8pm – Bachelors in Paradise
10 p.m. – The good doctor

TUESDAY
8pm – Bachelors in Paradise
10 PM – THE ROOKIIE: FEDS

WEDNESDAY
8 p.m. – The Conners
8:30 p.m. – The Goldbergs
9 p.m. – Abbott Elementary (new night)
9:30 p.m. – Housekeeping
10pm – Big Sky (new night)

THURSDAY
8 p.m. – Station 19
9pm – Grey’s Anatomy
10 p.m. – ALASKA

FRIDAY
8 p.m. – Shark tank
9pm – 8/8pm (two hours)

SATURDAY
8 p.m. College Football

SUNDAY
7pm – America’s Funniest Home Videos
8 PM – CELEBRITIES DANGER!
9 p.m. – Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
10 p.m. – The beginner

In 2020, ABC’s summer game The Bachelorette inevitably postponed to fall as its production was delayed by the pandemic. The stunt worked so well in the ratings that the network repeated it last fall. Next fall, ABC is doing it with another one bachelorr series that airs in the summer Bachelor in Paradise. ABC has aired for the last two years Dancing with the stars on Monday and The Bachelorette on Tuesday. Bachelor in Paradise will maintain its Monday-Tuesday air pattern, which has been very handy ever since Dance moves to Disney+.

Craig Erwich
Photo: Austin Hargrave/Hulu

“Slits Bachelors in paradise to take over for Dancing with the stars is an opportunity for us to become even better; the Live+Same Day numbers from Bachelor in Paradise match or exceed Dancing with the stars‘” Erwich said.

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Why ABC chose not to bring The Bachelorette Back to the fall, Erwich noted, “It was in the cycle for bachelor in paradise, it’s the perfect show to kick off the fall season.”

He pointed Bachelors in paradiseThe final season of has risen in ratings and is “probably one of the most talked about episodes of the reality show we’ve had in a long time.” “Because there are so many characters and storylines, it’s the perfect show to expand the course over two nights,” Erwich said.

During train station 19 and Grey’s anatomy worked well together as a programming block and allowed for frequent crossovers, ABC chose to keep them The beginner in its current slot on Sunday at 10:00 p.m. and not pair with spinoff The Beginner: Federal Agencieswhich is planned behind Bachelor in Paradise in ABC’s long-standing challenging period at 10 p.m. Tuesday, which was last seen in short-lived drama Queens last fall.

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“One of our strategies and themes for the fall was stability, which allows us to stay focused on a few key priorities The beginner in its Sunday time slot where it did extremely well, especially when it came out Idol, We think the show will continue to grow in numbers, it felt like the right thing, and because it’s Sunday night we were able to send a message and go and still do incredible crossovers on Tuesday,” Erwich said. “And then we’ll see each other bachelor in paradise, I think this will be one of the best opportunities to get started on a new show. The Beginner: Federal Agencies is a big priority for us, so we felt like we wanted to give the show that opportunity.”

Abbott Elementary SchoolTuesday’s move to ABC’s signature Wednesday comedy block was expected. The question was which of this season’s ABC Wednesday comedies to make room for Abbott Elementary School since all four were renewed for the next season. It was the wonderful years who has just parted ways with EP Fred Savage following a misconduct investigation.

Erwich said the controversy played no part in the decision to hold the comedy on hold for the midseason.

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“The wonderful years is a show of which we are immensely proud, the response from fans and critics has been overwhelming. The show premiered extremely strong, it’s one of the highest-rated premieres we’ve had in years,” he said. “The mid-season order will allow us to develop a plan to restart it with a lot of care and attention.”

When Abbott Elementary School takes over the Wednesday 9 p.m. slot, the conners, what was successful modern family there, glides to 8 p.m., displacing the long-time anchor the goldbergs, which is shifted to 8:30 a.m.

“We begin the night with our greatest and most complete comedy, The Connersespecially coming from our incredibly strong stations, I think it’s a great start,” said Erwich.

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The Wonderful Years The restart was benched along with until midseason A million little things which, for the first time in its run, is not on the fall schedule with what is expected to be its fifth and final season. When AMLT shifts to mid-season, his slot for Wednesday 10 p.m. is assigned big skywhich will move from Thursday 10 p.m. to make room for new arrivals Alaska, the prime real estate gets behind the highly rated ones train station 19 and Grey’s anatomy two hour block.

Erwich thinks so big sky Fans will follow the show through its third slot in as many seasons, noting new cast Reba McEntire. “We think this is a great way to start conversations and get exposure for this show,” he said.

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ABC NEW FALL SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

THEATRE

ALASKA

Hilary Swank
ABC

From the mind of Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”), “Alaska” stars Hilary Swank as Eileen Fitzgerald, a recently disgraced reporter who leaves her high-profile New York life to join a Metro newspaper in Anchorage to do both to find personal and professional salvation. In addition to Swank, Alaska stars Jeff Perry as Stanley Cornik, Matt Malloy as Bob Young, Meredith Holzman as Claire Muncy, Grace Dove as Rosalind “Roz” Friendly, Pablo Castelblanco as Gabriel Martin, Ami Park as Jieun Park, and Craig Frank as Austin Green. Tom McCarthy is creator and executive producer. Hilary Swank, Melissa Wells, Bert Salke, Kyle Hopkins (Anchorage Daily News) and Ryan Binkley (Anchorage Daily News) are executive producers of the series. Alaska is produced by 20th Television, part of Disney Television Studios. The pilot episode was written and directed by Tom McCarthy. Follow Alaska (#Alaska, #AlaskaABC) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

THE BEGINNER: FEDS

Niecy Nash-Betts
ABC

From the executive producers of the flagship series The Rookie comes The Rookie: Feds, starring Niecy Nash-Betts as Simone Clark, the oldest freshman at the FBI Academy. The spin-off was introduced as a two-part event during the ongoing fourth season of The Rookie, with Officer John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) and the FBI’s LA Branch enlisting the help of Simone Clark when one of her former students is a Suspect of a terrorist attack. The Rookie: Feds stars Niecy Nash-Betts as Simone Clark, Frankie Faison as Christopher “Cutty” Clark and Felix Solis as Special Agent Matthew Garza. Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter are co-creators and executive producers. Executive Producers are Mark Gordon, Niecy Nash-Betts, Nathan Fillion, Michelle Chapman, Bill Norcross and Corey Miller. Entertainment One (eOne) is the lead studio and international distributor of The Rookie: Feds, a co-production with ABC Signature. Follow The Rookie: Feds (#TheRookieFeds) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

IMPROVISED

CELEBS DANGER!
Produced by Sony Pictures Television, Celebrity Jeopardy! is a brand new game show airing on ABC this fall. This new series welcomes celebrity contestants competing for a chance to win money for a charity of their choice. A host will be announced at a later date. “Celebrity Danger!” executive producer is Michael Davies.

NEW MIDSEASON SERIES

COMEDY

NOT DEAD YET

Gina Rodriguez
ABC

From creators David Windsor and Casey Johnson (“This Is Us,” “The Real O’Neals”) and starring Gina Rodriguez, “Not Dead Yet” follows Nell Stevens (Rodriguez), a broke and recently single, self-proclaimed Disaster to resume at work the life and career she left behind 10 years ago. When she gets the only job she can find – writing obituaries – Nell begins getting life advice from an unlikely source. The series is based on the book Confessions of a 40-something F**k Up by Alexandra Potter. Not Dead Yet stars Gina Rodriguez as Nell, Joshua Banday as Dennis and Angela Gibbs as Cricket. Casey Johnson and David Windsor are creators and executive producers. Also executive producing are Gina Rodriguez and McG, Mary Viola and Corey Marsh of Wonderland Sound and Vision. The series is produced by 20th Television, part of Disney Television Studios. Follow Not Dead Yet (#NotDeadYet) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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