Dancing with the Stars, which has been a mainstay on ABC for 16 years, is shifting to a live broadcast on Disney+, so ABC’s 2022 fall lineup will be a little different this year. In addition, Bachelor in Paradise, a summertime program, switches to the fall to fill the void left by DWTS. It debuts on Tuesday, Sept. 27, and then airs every Monday and Tuesday after that. The Bachelor franchise has been adjusting its regular air dates for a few seasons now, and this addition of Bachelor In Paradise to the fall schedule is the most recent adjustment. Following two seasons as the cap on TGIT, Big Sky is also moving to Wednesday nights. Alaska Daily, a brand-new drama starring Hilary Swank and Jeff Perry, will now air every Thursday at 10 p.m. The Rookies: Feds, which airs on Tuesdays at 10:00, is also on the program. This moves Abbott Elementary and two hours of family comedy to Wednesday nights on ABC, where they will air before brand-new episodes of Big Sky.
ABC Sunday Night Lineup Fall 2022
7 p.m.: America’s Funniest Home Videos (Premieres Oct. 2)
8 p.m.: Celebrity Jeopardy! (Premieres Sept. 25)
9 p.m.: Celebrity Wheel of Fortune! (Premieres Sept. 25)
10 p.m.: The Rookie (Premieres Sept. 25)
ABC Monday Night Lineup Fall 2022
8 p.m.: Bachelor in Paradise (Premieres Sept. 27)
10 p.m.: The Good Doctor (Premieres Oct. 3)
ABC Tuesday Night Lineup Fall 2022
8 p.m.: Bachelor in Paradise (Premieres Sept. 27)
10 p.m.: The Rookie: Feds (NEW SERIES) (Premieres Sept. 27)
ABC Wednesday Night Lineup Fall 2022
8 p.m.: The Conners (Premieres Sept. 21)
8:30 p.m.: The Goldbergs (Premieres Sept. 21)
9 p.m.: Abbott Elementary (Premieres Sept. 21)
9:30 p.m.: Home Economics (Premieres Sept. 21)
10 p.m.: Big Sky (Premieres Sept. 21)
ABC Thursday Night Lineup Fall 2022
8 p.m.: Station 19 (Premieres Oct. 6)
9 p.m.: Grey’s Anatomy (Premieres Oct. 6)
10 p.m.: Alaska Daily (NEW SERIES) (Premieres Oct. 6)
ABC Friday Night Lineup Fall 2022
8 p.m.: Shark Tank (Premieres Sept. 23)
9 p.m.: 20/20 (Premieres Sept. 23)
ABC Saturday Night Lineup Fall 2022
8 p.m.: College Football
ABC Midseason Premieres 2022-2023
New seasons of A Million Little Things and The Wonder Years will premiere on ABC at midseason sometime in 2023. Additionally, Gina Rodriguez‘s comedy Not Dead Yet, Milo Ventimiglia‘s drama The Company You Keep, and the adaptation Will Trent will also premiere early next year.
Who will be in the new ABC shows, and what will they be about?
Summary: Hilary Swank plays the recently disgraced reporter Eileen Fitzgerald in the show. Fitzgerald joins a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage on a quest for both personal and professional forgiveness. Grace Dove, Matt Malloy, and Jeff Perry are all featured in the show.
SERIES PREMIERE: Thursday, Oct. 6th at 10:01pm ET
The Rookie: Feds
Summary: Niecy Nash-Betts plays Simone Clark, the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy, in the Rookie spin-off. When one of Simone Clark’s former students becomes a suspect in a terrorist attack, Officer John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) and the L.A. division of the FBI enlist her assistance. This is where the spin-off was first introduced as a two-part event during the current fourth season of The Rookie. Also included are Frankie Faison and Felix Solis.
SERIES PREMIERE: In 2023, no release date as of this article
The Company You Keep (Midseason)
Initial pilot orders for the show were made as a part of ABC’s schedule for the 2022 pilot season. Now, in 2023, it will make its ABC midseason debut.
Summary: A con guy named Charlie, played by Milo Ventimiglia (‘This Is Us’), is trying to leave the industry, but after having a passionate night with CIA undercover agent Emma(Catherine Haena Kim), he runs into issues. Emma is working on a case against the vindictive criminal that Charlie’s family is in debt to as part of her job, in addition to the drama of their strange sexual relationship. Sarah Wayne Callies and William Fichtner both make appearances.
The show also stars Sarah Wayne Callies as Birdie, Felisha Terrell as Daphne, Polly Draper as Fran, Tim Chiou as David, Freda Foh Shen as Grace, James Saito as Joseph, and William Fichtner as Leo.
SERIES PREMIERE: MidSeason/In 2023
Not Dead Yet (Midseason)
Summary: The show centers on Nell Stevens (Gina Rodriguez), a broke, recently single disaster who is trying to resume the life and career she gave up ten years ago. Nell begins receiving life advice from an odd source when she accepts the only job she can find, which is writing obituaries. Adapted from 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.
Primetime – Unscripted – Game Show
Series Premiere: Sunday, Sept. 25th at 8pm ET
Summary – An all-new game show airing this fall on ABC. This new series welcomes celebrity contestants to compete for a chance to win money for a charity of their choice.
A Listing of all ABC Shows that were Renewed
20/20: Renewed for Season 44
Abbott Elementary: Renewed for Season 2
America’s Funniest Home Videos: Renewed for Season 33
American Idol: Renewed for Season 21
A Million Little Things: Renewed for Season 5
The Bachelor: Renewed for Season 27
The Bachelorette: Renewed through Season 18
Bachelor in Paradise: Renewed for Season 8
Big Sky: Renewed for Season 3
Celebrity Family Feud: Renewed for Season 8
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune: Renewed for Season 3
The Chase: Renewed for Season 3
The Conners: Renewed for Season 5
Dancing with the Stars: Renewed through Season 32, moving to Disney+
The Goldbergs: Renewed for Season 10
The Good Doctor: Renewed for Season 6
The Great Christmas Light Fight: Renewed for Season 9
Grey’s Anatomy: Renewed for Season 19
Holey Moley: Renewed through Season 4
Home Economics: Renewed for Season 3
Judge Steve Harvey: Renewed for Season 2
Press Your Luck: Renewed for Season 4
The Rookie: Renewed for Season 5
Shark Tank: Renewed for Season 14
Station 19: Renewed for Season 6
Supermarket Sweep: Pending
The Wonder Years: Renewed for Season 2
The following programs were not picked up. Queens, Promised Land, Card Sharks, The Ultimate Surfer, were all previously canceled by ABC. black-ish—which concluded its eight-season run in the spring. For the following season, ABC also transferred Dancing with the Stars to Disney+.
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