ABC has revealed its midseason lineup, which kicks off Monday, January 22 with a two-hour premiere of The Bachelor, as Joey Graziadei begins his journey to find love. It will be followed by an as-yet untitled new eight-episode true-crime series of ABC News’ 20/20.
Wednesday comedy night returns February 7, with The Conners at 8 p.m., followed by Not Dead Yet at 8:30 and a special one-hour premiere of the Emmy-winning Abbott Elementary at 9 p.m. Unscripted courtroom comedy series Judge Steve Harvey rounds out the Wednesday lineup at 10.
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Here are ABC’s midseason primetime premiere dates (all times ET/PT):
MONDAY, JAN. 22
8 PM — The Bachelor (two hours)
10:01 PM — 20/20 (all-new limited edition true-crime series, title to be announced)
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7
8 PM — The Conners
8:30 PM — Not Dead Yet
9 PM — Abbott Elementary (one-hour premiere)
10 PM — Judge Steve Harvey
SUNDAY, FEB. 18
8 PM — American Idol (two hours)
10 PM — What Would You Do?
TUESDAY, FEB. 20
8 PM — Will Trent
9 PM — The Rookie
10 PM — The Good Doctor
THURSDAY, MARCH 14
8 PM — 9-1-1
9 PM — Grey’s Anatomy
10 PM — Station 19
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