ABC has revealed its midseason lineup, which will kick off on Monday, January 22 with a two-hour premiere Single, as Joey Graziadei begins his journey to find love. It will be followed by an as-yet-untitled eight-episode crime series from ABC News. 20/20.
Wednesday night comedy returns on February 7 at The Conners at 8 p.m. and then He’s not dead yet at 8:30 p.m. and a special one-hour premiere of the Emmy-winning film Abbott Elementary School at 9 p.m. Unscripted courtroom comedy series Judge Steve Harvey completes Wednesday’s lineup at 10 p.m.
American idol The seventh season premieres on Sunday, February 18 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., followed by the iconic ABC News hidden camera show What would you do? in its return to primetime.
Dramas Will Trent, rookie AND Good Doctor returning for new seasons on Tuesday, February 20, starting at Trent’s Villa at 8 p.m.
#1 TV Drama 9-1-1 Premieres on Thursday, March 14, then Grey’s Anatomy and its spin-off Station 19.
Additional programs will be announced in the coming weeks. As previously announced, the new drama series will be directed by Kaitlin Olson High potential moves to the 2024-2025 broadcast season.
ABC PREMIERE DATE MID-SEASON PRIMETIME: (all times listed are Eastern/Pacific).
MONDAY, JAN. 22
20:00 — Single (two hours)
22:01 — 20/20 (brand new limited crime series, title to be announced)
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7
20:00 — The Conners
20:30 — He’s not dead yet
9 PM – Abbott Elementary School (one-hour premiere)
10 AFTERNOON – Judge Steve Harvey
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18
20:00 — American idol (two hours)
10 AFTERNOON – What would you do?
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20
20:00 — Trent’s Villa
9 PM – Debutant
10 AFTERNOON – Good Doctor
THURSDAY, MARCH 14
20:00 — 9-1-1
9 PM – Grey’s Anatomy
10 AFTERNOON – Station 19