With the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes over and start dates of production set for numerous network series, the major free-to-air linear networks have begun announcing their schedules for returning series.

CBS announced their line-up the other day, now its ABC’s turn with the Alphabet set to unveil its various premieres across February and March – though reality format “The Bachelor” returns earlier on January 22nd.

Wednesday, February 7th will see “Abbott Elementary,” “The Conners,” and “Not Dead Yet” all return with ‘Abbott’ getting a one-hour premiere for its third season. Unscripted courtroom comedy “Judge Steve Harvey” will join them.

Meanwhile procedural dramas “Will Trent,” “The Rookie” and “The Good Doctor” will all return for new seasons on Tuesday, February 20th.

A few weeks later “9-1-1,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Station 19” will all have their debuts on Thursday, March 14th. ABC is not confirming any episode counts for any series at this time.

Previously announced series pickup, the Kaitlin Olson-led “High Potential,” has been pushed back to the 2024-2025 broadcast season whilst additional programming will be announced at a later date.

The network already cancelled a good chunk of its line-up from last season including “A Million Little Things,” “Alaska Daily,” “Big Sky,” “The Company You Keep,” “The Goldbergs,” “Home Economics” and “The Rookie: Feds”.

Source: TV Line

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