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ABC today announced its 2020 fall schedule. As with all the other networks, this is tentative and depends on when production can begin. (* indicates a new show):
8:00 - Dancing with the Stars
10:00 - The Good Doctor
8:00 - The Bachelorette
10:00 - Big Sky *
8:00 - The Goldbergs
8:30 - American Housewife
9:00 - The Conners
9:30 - Call Your Mother *
10:00 - Stumptown
8:00 - Station 19
9:00 - Grey's Anatomy
10:00 - A Million Little Things
8:00 - Shark Tank
9:00 - 20/20
8:00 - Saturday Night Football
7:00 - America's Funniest Home Videos
8:00 - Supermarket Sweep *
9:00 - Who Wants To Be a Millionaire
10:00 - The Rookie
The Bachelorette has been pushed back to fall, which means the next season of The Bachelor will air midseason. Also being held for midseason are these shows:
The following shows have been canceled:
The Baker and the Beauty
Bless This Mess
Kids Say the Darndest Things
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
I liked The Baker and I’m sorry it was cancelled. So few new shows. I hope the networks can pull this off because I’m already tired of binge streaming.
Glad to see The Good Doctor, Station 19 maybe if the change the storyline, and enjoy Greys Anatomy. Really like The Rookie so far.
Will The Rookie be defunded?
Oh, I hope not, but I bet he'll manage, didn't he get a gazillian dollars? Now I can't remember... senior moment.
Nolan was set up in the last episode. We need to know what happens. I was joking since it’s a police department.
I know, but I can't remember where he got the money for his house - not the money that the other cop planted. I was thinking that he inherited or won some money? Or earned it before he became a cop. I'm really having a senior memory crash!
I thought it was money he saved.
Curiosity.. Thanks for google. Apparently the house was cheap as a fixer-upper. I sure thought he was rich.