ABC is switching things up during the 2019-20 TV season.
The network unveiled its fall line-up this morning, and the biggest move concerns Nathan Fillion-led The Rookie.
It struggled to garner much traction in the Tuesdays at 10/9c slot this season, so the show is moving to Sundays.
It will lead out of Shark Tank. Scripted broadcast dramas have not been resonating on the night for several years now, so time will tell if The Rookie can move the ratings needle in the right direction.
With Speechless canceled, Fresh Off the Boat will be joined on Fridays by American Housewife.
A Million Little Things, which benefited from moving to Thursdays out of Grey's Anatomy earlier this year, will remain there in the fall.
This move means that Station 19 has been bumped to midseason.
In an unsurprising move, mixed-ish, the prequel spinoff of black-ish will join the parent series on Tuesdays.
New drama, Emergence, will take over for The Rookie.
The only change on Wednesdays is new drama, Stumptown, moving into the 10/9c slot.
Alas, have a look at the full schedule below.
8 PM — Dancing with the Stars
10 PM — The Good Doctor
8 PM –The Conners
8:30 PM — Bless This Mess
9 PM — MIXED-ISH
9:30 PM — black-ish
10 PM — EMERGENCE
8 PM — The Goldbergs
8:30 PM — Schooled
9 PM — Modern Family
9:30 PM — Single Parents
10 PM — STUMPTOWN
8 PM — Grey’s Anatomy
9 PM — A Million Little Things
10 PM — How to Get Away with Murder
FRIDAY 8 PM — American Housewife
8:30 PM — Fresh Off the Boat
9 PM — 20/20 (two hours)
8 PM — Saturday Night Football
7 PM — America’s Funniest Home Videos
8 PM – KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS
9 PM — Shark Tank
10 PM — The Rookie
American Idol, The Bachelor, THE BAKER AND THE BEAUTY, FOR LIFE, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 7), Station 19, and UNITED WE FALL are all on tap for midseason.
ABC previously canceled The Fix, For the People, The Kids Are Alright, Speechless, Splitting Up Together, Take Two, and Whiskey Cavalier.
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