A look at ABC's upcoming schedule for the Fall TV season


SAN ANTONIO – It's finally here! The prime time schedule for ABC shows has been released.

Many shows like "Grey's Anatomy", "Scandal" and "Designated Survivor" are back in their usual spots, but some other shows have been moved around.

Here's a look at the full schedule for the fall, with all times central:


7 p.m. - "Dancing With the Stars"

This dance competition premiered back in 2005 and is in the middle of its 24th season. The show just recently had an elimination that riled up fans.


9 p.m. - "The Good Doctor"

Freddie Highmore plays a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome who is unable to personally connect with those around him. His character Shaun uses his incredible medical gifts to help save lives and answer skepticism from his colleagues. You can view the trailer by clicking here.



7 p.m. - "The Middle"

This sitcom about an American family living in Indiana was renewed for a ninth season on January 25.


7:30 p.m. - "Fresh Off the Boat"

This sitcom starring an Asian-American family debuted in 2015 and has been renewed for a fourth season.


8 p.m. - "Black-ish"

This sitcom starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross premiered in 2014 and has received critical acclaim, receiving many awards and nominations including a Golden Globe Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.


8:30 p.m. - "The Mayor"

Young rapper Courtney Rose played by Brandon Micheal Hall lives in a small inner-city apartment, making music in his bedroom. He cooks up a publicity stunt running for mayor of his hometown to generate buzz for his career. The plan however ends in a surprising outcome --  an election victory. With the help of his mother  and friends, Rose works to improve the city he loves. You can view the trailer by clicking here.


9 p.m. - "The Gospel of Kevin"

Jason Ritter plays Kevin Finn, a cluelessly self-serving person who returns home to stay with his widowed twin sister (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) and niece. While there, an unexpected event results with him having a mission — to save the world.  You can view the trailer by clicking here.



7 p.m. - "The Goldbergs"

This sitcom is set in the 1980s and is loosely based on the showrunner's own childhood. The show was renewed for a fifth and sixth season.


7:30 p.m. - "Speechless"

This series starring Minnie Driver as a take-charge British mother with a no-holds-barred attitude was picked up for a second season. The sitcom follows the family as they work to make a new home.


8 p.m. - "Modern Family"

The mockumentary sitcom acclaimed by critics that premiered in 2009 is again back, having been picked up for a ninth and tenth season.


8:30 p.m. - "American Housewife"

This sophomore series chronicles the daily life of Katie Otto, a wife and mother who tries to stand out among the wealthy, pretentious, arrogant housewives and their privileged children in her hometown of Westport.


9 p.m. - "Designated Survivor"

The political drama starring Kiefer Sutherland as Tom Kirkman is back for a second season. The first episode in the series set a record for DVR viewers with 7.67 million.



7 p.m. - "Grey's Anatomy"

The show is the longest running scripted primetime show currently airing on ABC, and is the second-longest scripted primetime ABC show ever.


8 p.m. - "Scandal"

ABC renewed Scandal for a seventh season, and has announced that this next season would be the show's last.


9 p.m. - "How to Get Away With Murder"

For her portrayal as as Annalise Keating Viola Davis has received universal acclaim; she became the first black woman to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress.



7 p.m. - "Once Upon a Time"

The fairy tale television series has moved to Friday night with a 22-episode seventh season.


8 p.m. - "Marvel's Inhumans"

This new series is based on the Marvel Comics race of the same name.


9 p.m. - "20/20"

This hour-long program has been a staple on Friday evenings for ABC.



7 p.m. - "Saturday Night Football"

College football will once again be shown in primetime with multiple Top 25 matchups.




6 p.m. - "America's Funniest Home Videos"

7 p.m. - "To Tell the Truth"

8 p.m. - "Shark Tank"

9 p.m. - "Ten Days in the Valley"

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