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Here's ABC's Fall 2021 TV Schedule

Mark your calendars

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Megan Vick
Chandra Wilson, Grey's Anatomy

Chandra Wilson, Grey's Anatomy

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ABC's fall schedule won't look too different from usual, with staple shows like Grey's Anatomy, its spin-off Station 19, and A Million Little Things all returning to your screen. Fan favorites The Good Doctor, The Rookie, and The Conners will return as well, as will long-running reality showsDancing With the Stars andThe Bachelorette. While the next TV season will be the last for black-ish, it won't premiere new episodes until midseason.

New programming for ABC next season includes a The Wonder Years reboot starring Dulé Hill and executive produced by original Wonder Years star Fred Savage, who also directs the pilot episode. Also new next season is Queens, a drama about four women who decide to reunite their '90s hip-hop group, which stars Eve, Brandy, and Naturi Naughton.

ABC 2021-2022 Fall TV Lineup: Everything We Know So Far

See the full schedule below. New shows in ALL CAPS.

MONDAY
8/7c: Dancing With the Stars
10/9c: The Good Doctor

TUESDAY
8/7c: The Bachelorette
10/9: QUEENS

WEDNESDAY
8/7c: The Goldbergs
8:30/7:30c: THE WONDER YEARS
9/8c: The Conners
9:30/8:30c: Home Economics
10/9c: A Million Little Things

THURSDAY
8/7c: Station 19
9/8c: Grey's Anatomy
10/9c: Big Sky

FRIDAY
8/7c: Shark Tank
9/8c: 20/20

SATURDAY
8/7c: Saturday Night Football

SUNDAY
7/6c: America's Funniest Home Videos
8/7c: Celebrity Wheel of Fortune
9/8c: Supermarket Sweep
10/9c: The Rookie

MIDSEASON

Fans will have to wait until later in the season for the premieres of American Idol, the final season of black-ish, and new shows Abbott Elementary, Maggie, and Women of the Movement.