ABC is set to announce a stellar slate of programming for the 2018-19 season. Channing Dungey, president, ABC Entertainment, will unveil the network’s new lineup to the advertising and media communities this afternoon at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall in New York City.

“We enter the new season bolstered by success and the stability that it affords us,” Dungey said. “The new shows we unveil today strengthen an already-vibrant schedule of some of the best television has to offer. These shows, with their compelling characters and aspirational storytelling, will keep our momentum going.”

ABC FALL 2018 SCHEDULE

MONDAY
08:00-10:00 PM – Dancing with the Stars
10:00-11:00 PM – The Good Doctor

TUESDAY
08:00-08:30 PM – Roseanne
08:30-09:00 PM – The Kids Are Alright
09:00-09:30 PM – black-ish
09:30-10:00 PM – Splitting Up Together
10:00-11:00 PM – The Rookie

WEDNESDAY
08:00-08:30 PM – The Goldbergs
08:30-09:00 PM – American Housewife
09:00-09:30 PM – Modern Family
09:30-10:00 PM – Single Parents
10:00-11:00 PM – A Million Little Things

THURSDAY
08:00-09:00 PM – Grey’s Anatomy
09:00-10:00 PM – Station 19
10:00-11:00 PM – How to Get Away with Murder

FRIDAY
08:00-08:30 PM – Fresh Off the Boat
08:30-09:00 PM – Speechless
09:00-10:00 PM – Child Support
10:00-11:00 PM – 20/20

SATURDAY
8:00-11:00 PM – Saturday Night Football

SUNDAY
07:00-08:00 PM – America’s Funniest Home Videos
08:00-09:00 PM – Dancing with the Stars: Juniors
09:00-10:00 PM – Shark Tank
10:00-11:00 PM – The Alec Baldwin Show

A total of eight new series have been announced for ABC’s 2018-19 season, including the one-hour dramas “A Million Little Things,” “The Fix,” “Grand Hotel,” “The Rookie” and “Whiskey Cavalier,” and the half-hour comedies “The Kids Are Alright,” “Schooled” and “Single Parents.”

Additionally, “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors,” previously announced last year, will be on the fall schedule. A fresh take on an established favorite, the show will pair celebrity kids with professional junior ballroom dancers to perform choreographed routines, which will be judged by a panel that will include renowned ballroom experts. “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors” is produced by BBC Studios.

“The Alec Baldwin Show” (new title), which first debuted as a sneak preview in March, will also air this fall. Starring the three-time Emmy® winner, the one-hour show will showcase Baldwin’s in-depth conversations with compelling personalities. The show is executive produced by Jason Schrift, along with Baldwin and Mallory Schwartz via his El Dorado Pictures.

Fan favorites “American Housewife,” “black-ish,” “For The People,” “Fresh Off the Boat,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “Speechless,” “Splitting Up Together,” and “Station 19” will also return, joining previously announced series “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” “American Idol,” “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette,” “Child Support,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “The Goldbergs,” “The Good Doctor,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Modern Family,” “Roseanne” and “Shark Tank.”

On average since the conclusion of the Olympics in February, ABC is the No. 1 TV network among Adults 18-49. For the entire 2017-18 season, ABC ranks a strong No. 2 in entertainment programming, pacing within 100k Adults 18-49 of tying NBC for No. 1. The Network claims 3 of the Top 5 broadcast entertainment shows this season (“Roseanne,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “The Good Doctor”), a network-leading 5 of the Top 10 comedies (“Roseanne,” “Modern Family,” “Splitting Up Together,” “The Middle” and “The Goldbergs”), the No. 1 freshman series (“The Good Doctor”) and the No. 1 TV show (“Roseanne”).

Fall premiere dates will be announced at a later time. Please note that shows picked up to series but not listed on the schedule below will debut later in the 2018-19 season.

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