ABC Announces Fall Premiere Dates for 2022–2023 Season





ABC Announces Fall Premiere Dates for 2022–2023 Season
Hilary Swank Drama ‘Alaska Daily’ Joins ‘Station 19’ and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Thursday Nights, Starting Oct. 6

New Drama ‘The Rookie: Feds,’ Starring Niecy Nash-Betts, Set To Debut Tuesday, Sept. 27, Following the Return of Fan-Favorite Reality Series ‘Bachelor in Paradise’

‘BIP’ Hits the Beach for a Second Night of Romance on Mondays Beginning Oct. 3, Followed by the Return of ‘The Good Doctor’

Star-Studded ‘Celebrity Jeopardy!’ Debuts Alongside the Return of ‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’ and ‘The Rookie’ on Sunday, Sept. 25; ‘AFV’ Returns the Following Week, Sunday, Oct. 2

Breakout Hit ‘Abbott Elementary’ Is Back in Session as Wednesday’s Comedy Block Returns Sept. 21, With ‘The Conners,’ ‘The Goldbergs’ and ‘Home Economics’; Reba McEntire and Jensen Ackles Join ‘Big Sky’ on Its New Night, Capping Off the Evening

‘Shark Tank’ Dives Back Into Business on Friday, Sept. 23, With Its First-Ever Live Episode, Followed by ABC News’ ‘20/20’ Season Premiere

Following its third consecutive win as the season’s No. 1 entertainment network among Adults 18-49, winning six of the last eight seasons based on entertainment programming, ABC has set fall premiere dates for its new and returning series for the upcoming 2022-2023 season, including new female-led dramas “Alaska Daily” (formerly known as “Alaska”) and “The Rookie: Feds” as well as the newest primetime game show “Celebrity Jeopardy!” Return dates have also been set for critically acclaimed comedy breakout “Abbott Elementary,” and fan favorites “Bachelor in Paradise” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” which served as ABC’s highest-rated program last season.

Summer may have ended, but romance awaits as “Bachelor in Paradise” turns up the heat on TUESDAY, SEPT. 27 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), followed by the debut of “The Rookie” spinoff series, “The Rookie: Feds,” starring Niecy Nash-Betts (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT). The search for love continues as “BIP” begins its two-night weekly run on MONDAY, OCT. 3 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), preceding the return of hit drama “The Good Doctor,” which hits 100 episodes this season.

ABC’s No. 1 comedy last season in Adults 18-49, Quinta Brunson-helmed “Abbott Elementary,” returns on its new night, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21 (9:00-9:31 p.m. EDT), joining network comedy staples “The Conners” (8:00-8:30 p.m. EDT), “The Goldbergs” (8:30-9:00 p.m. EDT) and “Home Economics” (9:31-10:00 p.m. EDT) for a laugh-filled evening. Then, Reba McEntire and Jensen Ackles step into the world of “Big Sky” on its new night, bringing with them a new mystery to unravel as the mercurial matriarch of an established local family and the new sheriff in town, respectively.

“Alaska Daily” (10:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), from Oscar®-winning writer Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”) and starring two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank, joins “Station 19” (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) and TV’s longest-running primetime medical drama, “Grey’s Anatomy” (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on THURSDAY, OCT. 6.

Sundays on ABC are synonymous with family fun as Hollywood stars test their knowledge with the ultimate game of trivia on “Celebrity Jeopardy!” (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), debuting SEPT. 25, and followed by the return of “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune” (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT). The evening culminates with “The Rookie” (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), and “AFV” joins the Sunday lineup on OCT. 2 (7:00-8:00 p.m. EDT).

The first-ever live episode of “Shark Tank,” featuring all six original Sharks, swims into the weekend FRIDAY, SEPT. 23 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT). A new season of ABC News’ “20/20” (9:01-11:00 p.m. EDT) follows.

Additional premiere dates for the 2022-2023 season will be announced at a later date.

ABC’S FALL PRIMETIME SCHEDULE (all times listed are Eastern/Pacific) follows below. New shows are in bold.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 21
8:00 p.m. “The Conners”
8:30 p.m. “The Goldbergs”
9:00 p.m. “Abbott Elementary” (new night)
9:31 p.m. “Home Economics”
10:00 p.m. “Big Sky” (new night)

FRIDAY, SEPT. 23
8:00 p.m. “Shark Tank”
9:01 p.m. “20/20” (two hours)

SUNDAY, SEPT. 25
8:00 p.m. “Celebrity Jeopardy!”
9:00 p.m. “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune”
10:00 p.m. “The Rookie”

TUESDAY, SEPT. 27
8:00 p.m. “Bachelor in Paradise”
10:00 p.m. “The Rookie: Feds”

SUNDAY, OCT. 2
7:00 p.m. “America’s Funniest Home Videos”

MONDAY, OCT. 3
8:00 p.m. “Bachelor in Paradise”
10:00 p.m. “The Good Doctor”

THURSDAY, OCT. 6
8:00 p.m. “Station 19”
9:00 p.m. “Grey’s Anatomy”
10:01 p.m. “Alaska Daily”

NEW FALL SERIES

“ALASKA DAILY” (Thursday, Oct. 6, at 10:01 p.m. EDT)
From the mind of Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”), “Alaska Daily” stars Hilary Swank as Eileen Fitzgerald, a recently disgraced reporter who leaves her high-profile New York life behind to join a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage on a journey to find both personal and professional redemption.

Alongside Swank, “Alaska Daily” stars Jeff Perry as Stanley Cornik, Matt Malloy as Bob Young, Meredith Holzman as Claire Muncy, Grace Dove as Rosalind “Roz” Friendly, Pablo Castelblanco as Gabriel Martin, Ami Park as Jieun Park and Craig Frank as Austin Greene.

Tom McCarthy is the creator and executive producer of “Alaska Daily.” Hilary Swank, Melissa Wells, Bert Salke (co-lab21), Kyle Hopkins (Anchorage Daily News) and Ryan Binkley (Anchorage Daily News) are executive producers on the series. Rae Baron is a co-producer. “Alaska Daily” is produced by 20th Television.

Follow “Alaska Daily” (#AlaskaDaily) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

“CELEBRITY JEOPARDY!” (Sunday, Sept. 25, at 8:00 p.m. EDT)
“Celebrity Jeopardy!,” produced by Sony Pictures Television, is an all-new game show premiering this fall. This new series welcomes celebrity contestants to compete for a chance to win money for a charity of their choice.

“Celebrity Jeopardy!” is executive produced by Michael Davies.

Follow “Celebrity Jeopardy!” (#CelebrityJeopardy) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

“THE ROOKIE: FEDS” (Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 10:00 p.m. EDT)
From the executive producers of flagship series “The Rookie” comes “The Rookie: Feds,” starring Niecy Nash-Betts as Simone Clark, the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy. The spinoff was introduced as a two-part event during the fourth season of “The Rookie,” where Officer John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) and the LA division of the FBI enlist the help of Simone Clark when one of her former students is a suspect in a terror attack.

“The Rookie: Feds” stars Niecy Nash-Betts as Simone Clark, Frankie Faison as Christopher “Cutty” Clark and Felix Solis as Special Agent Matthew Garza.

Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter are co-creators and executive producers. Mark Gordon, Niecy Nash-Betts, Nathan Fillion, Michelle Chapman, Bill Norcross and Corey Miller are executive producers. Entertainment One (eOne) is the lead studio and international distributor of “The Rookie: Feds,” a co-production with ABC Signature.

Follow “The Rookie: Feds” (#TheRookieFeds) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

About ABC Entertainment
ABC Entertainment’s compelling programming includes “Grey’s Anatomy,” the longest-running medical drama in primetime television; ratings juggernaut “The Bachelor” franchise; riveting dramas “Big Sky,” “The Good Doctor,” “A Million Little Things,” “The Rookie” and “Station 19”; trailblazing comedies “Abbott Elementary,” “The Conners,” “The Goldbergs,” “Home Economics” and “The Wonder Years”; popular game shows, including “The $100,000 Pyramid,” “Celebrity Family Feud,” “The Chase,” “Press Your Luck” and “To Tell the Truth”; star-making sensation “American Idol”; “Judge Steve Harvey,” the network’s strongest unscripted series debut in a year; reality phenomenon “Shark Tank”; family favorites “America’s Funniest Home Videos” and “Holey Moley”; “General Hospital,” which has aired for more than 55 years on the network; and late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”; as well as the critically acclaimed, Emmy® Award-winning “Live in Front of a Studio Audience” specials. The network also boasts some of television’s most prestigious awards shows, including “The Oscars®,” “The CMA Awards” and the “American Music Awards.”

ABC programming can also be viewed on Hulu.



Disney Television Studios Lands Five New Broadcast Series





Disney Television Studios Lands Five New Broadcast Series; Seventeen Series Return
The studio produced the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7 and three of the season’s Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs.
[via press release from Disney Television Studios]
DISNEY TELEVISION STUDIOS LANDS FIVE NEW BROADCAST SERIES; SEVENTEEN SERIES RETURN

DTS Returns Freshman Hits ‘Abbott Elementary’ (Co-Production With Warner Bros. TV) and ‘The Wonder Years’ As Well As ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ The Longest Running Medical Series on the Air For Historic Nineteenth Season

Three New Dramas and One New Comedy Make ABC Schedule; 20th Television Lands First Drama On CBS In 12 Years

DTS Produces Three of the Top 10 Broadcast Entertainment Series on the Air Including the No. 1 Dramas On ABC, NBC and FOX in “Grey’s Anatomy,” “This Is Us” and “9-1-1”

‘This Is Us’ Ends Triumphant Six Season Run May 24 As The No. 1 Scripted Broadcast Drama In Every Season in Which It Aired

DTS Brings Projects From Acclaimed Producers Tom McCarthy, David E. Kelley, Matt Nix, Anthony Hemingway, McG, James Cameron, Alexi Hawley, Terence Paul Winter, David Windsor and Casey Johnson and with Prestige Stars Hilary Swank, Gina Rodriguez and Niecy Nash-Betts

Disney Television Studios landed five new network series and returned 17, including four for ABC and its first drama for CBS in 12 years. DTS produced the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7 and three of the season’s Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs. And in L35, DTS produces four of the Top 20 scripted programs on broadcast. “This Is Us” will end its triumphant six season run this month as the top broadcast drama in every year it aired, and “Grey’s Anatomy” will return for an historic nineteenth season as ABC’s No. 1 scripted show. On Fox, the studios’ “9-1-1” remains its No. 1 series and “The Simpsons” returns as the longest-running series in television history for its 34th year on the air.

Ratings highlights:

· DTS produces the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7: “Grey’s Anatomy”/ABC, “9-1-1″/FOX, “This Is Us”/NBC.

· DTS produces three of the Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs on the air including the No. 1 drama in “This Is Us”:

Rank Program P18-49 L7 RTG
#1 THIS IS US 1.5
#2T 911 1.3
#2T CHICAGO PD 1.3
#2T SURVIVOR 1.3
#2T CHICAGO FIRE 1.3
#6T MASKED SINGER, THE 1.2
#6T GREY’S ANATOMY 1.2
#6T LAW AND ORDER:SVU 1.2
#9T CHICAGO MED 1.1
#9T AMERICAN IDOL 1.1
#9T BACHELOR, THE 1.1
#9T DANCING WITH THE STARS 1.1

· In L35, DTS produces four of the Top 20 scripted programs on broadcast including the top three dramas. “This Is Us” (No. 1, 1.8), “911” (No. 2, 1.6), “Grey’s Anatomy” (No. 3T, 1.5),”911: Lone Star” (No. 11T, 1.2).

Source: Nielsen P18-49 Ratings L7 data 09/20/21-05/01/22, L35 09/20/21- 03/27/22. Ranks based on ratings to the tenth.

Disney Television Studios’ new series include “Alaska,” from Academy Award-winner Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”) and starring two time Academy Award-winner Hilary Swank (“Boys Don’t Cry,” “Million Dollar Baby”), a drama about a disgraced reporter who leaves her high-profile New York life to join a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage to find both personal and professional redemption; “The Rookie: Feds,” (co-production with Entertainment One) Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter’s follow up to the successful flagship series, starring Niecy Nash-Betts as the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy; “Not Dead Yet,” from “This is Us” producers David Windsor and Casey Johnson and starring Gina Rodriguez as a broke and newly single woman working to restart the life and career she left behind 10 years ago, this time as an obituary writer; “True Lies,” from writer/executive producer Matt Nix (“Burn Notice”), director/executive producer Anthony Hemingway (“Genius: Aretha”) and executive producers James Cameron (“Avatar,” “True Lies” feature film), Rae Sanchini, McG, Mary Viola, Corey Marsh and Josh Levy, a drama series based on the blockbuster feature film about an unfulfilled suburban housewife who is propelled into a life of danger and adventure when she discovers that her husband is a skilled international spy; and “Avalon,” (co-production with A+E Studios) from creator and executive producer David E. Kelley (“Big Little Lies,” “Big Sky,” “Nine Perfect Strangers”), a mystery series set in the city of Avalon on Catalina Island, where a detective is is pulled into a career-defining mystery that will challenge everything she knows about herself and the island. Dana Calvo, Michael Connelly, Ross Fineman, Barry Jossen and Tana Jamieson are also executive producers.

This upcoming season will mark the returns of breakout and critically acclaimed hits “Abbott Elementary” and “The Wonder Years” as well as long running ABC Signature and 20th Television successes “Grey’s Anatomy,” “9-1-1” “9-1-1: Lonestar,” “A Million Little Things,” “The Resident” “The Good Doctor,” “Big Sky,” “Home Economics,” “The Rookie” and “Station 19.”

DTS’ animation production continues to dominate with returns for 20th Television Animation’s “The Simpsons,” “Family Guy,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Duncanville” and “The Great North” on FOX. “American Dad!” continues its run as TBS’ No. 1 series and additional animated hits include Hulu’s “Solar Opposites” and the upcoming “Koala Man” and Apple TV+’s “Central Park.”

And on the awards front, this year the studios’ content received over 187 award nominations including 42 Emmy(R) nods, 31 NAACP nominations and 18 Critics’ Choice nominations.

DISNEY TELEVISION STUDIOS SERIES ROSTER FOR 2022-2023

NEW SERIES
ALASKA (ABC)
AVALON (CO-PRO WITH A&E) (ABC)
NOT DEAD YET (ABC)
THE ROOKIE: FEDS (CO-PRO WITH EONE) (ABC)
TRUE LIES (CBS)

RETURNING SERIES
9-1-1 (FOX)
9-1-1: LONESTAR (FOX)
ABBOTT ELEMENTARY (CO-PRO WITH WB TV) (ABC)
BIG SKY (ABC)
BOB’S BURGERS (FOX)
DUNCANVILLE (FOX) (CO-PRO WITH UNIVERSAL TV)
FAMILY GUY (FOX)
THE GOOD DOCTOR (CO-PRO WITH SONY) (ABC)
GREY’S ANATOMY (ABC)
THE GREAT NORTH (FOX)
HOME ECONOMICS (CO-PRO WITH LIONSGATE) (ABC)
A MILLION LITTLE THINGS (CO-PRO WITH KAPITAL) (ABC)
THE RESIDENT (FOX)
THE ROOKIE (CO-PRO WITH EONE) (ABC)
THE SIMPSONS (FOX)
STATION 19 (ABC)
THE WONDER YEARS (ABC)



ABC Unveils 2022–2023 Fall Primetime Schedule





ABC Unveils 2022–2023 Fall Primetime Schedule
NETWORK ENTERS NEW SEASON WITH UNPRECEDENTED STABILITY

AS FAN FAVORITES RETURN ALONG WITH

NEW, BOLD ORIGINAL SCRIPTED AND UNSCRIPTED TITLES

ABC EXTENDS WINNING STREAK AS NO. 1 ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK

FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR

NEW DRAMAS ‘ALASKA’ STARRING HILARY SWANK AND ‘THE ROOKIE: FEDS’

STARRING NIECY NASH-BETTS ADDED TO FALL SCHEDULE

NEW ‘CELEBRITY JEOPARDY!’ JOINS SUNDAY NIGHT LINEUP

TWO NIGHTS OF REALITY JUGGERNAUT ‘BACHELOR IN PARADISE’

SET FOR FALL

NETWORK EMBRACES STRONG, RETURNING COMEDY BLOCK,

BOLSTERED BY BREAKOUT HIT ‘ABBOTT ELEMENTARY’

NEW COMEDY ‘NOT DEAD YET’ STARRING GINA RODRIGUEZ

SET TO DEBUT MIDSEASON

NEW SEASONS OF POWERHOUSE UNSCRIPTED SERIES ‘AMERICAN IDOL,’

‘THE BACHELOR’ AND THE BELOVED ‘JUDGE STEVE HARVEY’

TO RETURN IN EARLY 2023

Craig Erwich, president, Hulu Originals & ABC Entertainment, today unveiled the ABC primetime schedule for the 2022-2023 fall season, featuring a strong, returning slate of established, fan-favorite shows and two new powerhouse scripted series, both anchored by bold and compelling female leads. Additionally, ABC adds a sprinkle of star power to long-running game show staples, with the pickup of the all-new, high-stakes “Celebrity Jeopardy!,” which joins the Sunday night lineup, paired with the return of “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune.”

The network continues to deliver on its success as the season’s No. 1 entertainment network among Adults 18-49 for the third year in a row, winning six of the last eight seasons based on entertainment programming. ABC ranks or ties as the No. 1 entertainment network on 14 of the 32 weeks of the season to date among Adults 18-49, marking more weekly wins with entertainment programming than any other network.

“Our fall schedule is a testament to our strong, dynamic programming slate that we’re continuing to nurture with top talent, world-class, award-winning storytellers and marquee titles,” said Erwich. “By capitalizing on the success of our strongest assets, we’re betting on stability while also introducing and investing in key projects that will allow us to build on our momentum as the No. 1 entertainment network for the third consecutive year.”

This fall, ABC debuts dramas “Alaska,” from Oscar®-winning writer Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”) and starring two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank, and the “The Rookie: Feds,” a spinoff of the popular Sunday night police drama “The Rookie” and starring Niecy Nash-Betts.

The network is also leaning into the strength of its Wednesday night comedy block, having renewed its full roster including legacy series “The Conners” and “The Goldbergs,” fan-favorite “Home Economics” and ABC’s No. 1 new comedy last season from burgeoning star Quinta Brunson – critically acclaimed breakout hit “Abbott Elementary.”

These shows will be joined in the fall by previously announced returning series “America’s Funniest Home Videos,” “Bachelor in Paradise,” “Big Sky,” “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune,” “The Good Doctor,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Rookie,” “Shark Tank” and “Station 19.”

The freshman comedy “Not Dead Yet,” starring Gina Rodriguez, will debut midseason, along with the return of the Peabody Award-nominated comedy “The Wonder Years” and the drama “A Million Little Things.”

Beloved unscripted series also returning midseason include ABC’s No. 1 program this season in Total Viewers and preeminent singing competition series, “American Idol,” the nation’s guilty pleasure, “The Bachelor,” and laugh-out-loud courtroom comedy “Judge Steve Harvey.”

Additional midseason announcements will be made at a later time.

Fall premiere dates will be announced soon.

ABC FALL PRIMETIME SCHEDULE (all times listed are Eastern/Pacific). New shows are in bold.

DAY TIME SERIES

MONDAY 8:00 p.m. “Bachelor in Paradise”

10:00 p.m. “The Good Doctor”

TUESDAY 8:00 p.m. “Bachelor in Paradise”

10:00 p.m. “The Rookie: Feds”

WEDNESDAY 8:00 p.m. “The Conners”

8:30 p.m. “The Goldbergs”

9:00 p.m. “Abbott Elementary” (new night)

9:30 p.m. “Home Economics”

10:00 p.m. “Big Sky” (new night)

THURSDAY 8:00 p.m. “Station 19”

9:00 p.m. “Grey’s Anatomy”

10:00 p.m. “Alaska”

FRIDAY 8:00 p.m. “Shark Tank”

9:00 p.m. “20/20” (two hours)

SATURDAY 8:00 p.m. College Football

SUNDAY 7:00 p.m. “America’s Funniest Home Videos”

8:00 p.m. “Celebrity Jeopardy!”

9:00 p.m. “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune”

10:00 p.m. “The Rookie”

Show descriptions for new ABC series are below.

NEW FALL SERIES

ALASKA (Thursdays, 10:00 p.m. ET)

From the mind of Tom McCarthy (“Spotlight”), “Alaska” stars Hilary Swank as Eileen Fitzgerald, a recently disgraced reporter who leaves her high-profile New York life behind to join a daily metro newspaper in Anchorage on a journey to find both personal and professional redemption.

Alongside Swank, “Alaska” stars Jeff Perry as Stanley Cornik, Matt Malloy as Bob Young, Meredith Holzman as Claire Muncy, Grace Dove as Rosalind “Roz” Friendly, Pablo Castelblanco as Gabriel Martin, Ami Park as Jieun Park and Craig Frank as Austin Greene.

Tom McCarthy is creator and executive producer. Hilary Swank, Melissa Wells, Bert Salke, Kyle Hopkins (Anchorage Daily News) and Ryan Binkley (Anchorage Daily News) are executive producers on the series. “Alaska” is produced by 20th Television, a part of Disney Television Studios.

The pilot episode is written and directed by Tom McCarthy.

Follow “Alaska” (#Alaska, #AlaskaABC) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

CELEBRITY JEOPARDY! (Sundays, 8:00 p.m. ET)

“Celebrity Jeopardy!,” produced by Sony Pictures Television, is an all-new game show airing this fall on ABC. This new series welcomes celebrity contestants to compete for a chance to win money for a charity of their choice.

“Celebrity Jeopardy!” is executive produced by Michael Davies.

THE ROOKIE: FEDS (Tuesdays, 10:00 p.m. ET)

From the executive producers of flagship series “The Rookie” comes “The Rookie: Feds” starring Niecy Nash-Betts as Simone Clark, the oldest rookie in the FBI Academy. The spinoff was introduced as a two-part event during the current fourth season of “The Rookie,” where Officer John Nolan (Nathan Fillion) and the LA division of the FBI enlist the help of Simone Clark when one of her former students is a suspect in a terror attack.

“The Rookie: Feds” stars Niecy Nash-Betts as Simone Clark, Frankie Faison as Christopher “Cutty” Clark and Felix Solis as Special Agent Matthew Garza.

Alexi Hawley and Terence Paul Winter are co-creators and executive producers. Mark Gordon, Niecy Nash-Betts, Nathan Fillion, Michelle Chapman, Bill Norcross and Corey Miller are executive producers. Entertainment One (eOne) is the lead studio and international distributor of “The Rookie: Feds,” a co-production with ABC Signature.

Follow “The Rookie: Feds” (#TheRookieFeds) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

NEW MIDSEASON SERIES

NOT DEAD YET

From creators David Windsor and Casey Johnson (“This Is Us,” “The Real O’Neals”) and starring Gina Rodriguez, “Not Dead Yet” follows Nell Stevens (Rodriguez), a broke and newly single self-described disaster, working to restart the life and career she left behind 10 years ago. When she lands the only job she can find – writing obituaries, Nell starts getting life advice from an unlikely source. The series is adapted from the book “Confessions of a 40-something F**k Up” by Alexandra Potter.

“Not Dead Yet” stars Gina Rodriguez as Nell, Joshua Banday as Dennis and Angela Gibbs as Cricket.

Casey Johnson and David Windsor are creators and executive producers. Also executive producing is Gina Rodriguez and Wonderland Sound and Vision’s McG, Mary Viola and Corey Marsh. The series is produced by 20th Television, a part of Disney Television Studios.

Follow “Not Dead Yet” (#NotDeadYet) on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

About ABC Entertainment

ABC Entertainment’s compelling programming includes “Grey’s Anatomy,” the longest-running medical drama in primetime television; ratings juggernaut “The Bachelor” franchise; riveting dramas “Big Sky,” “The Good Doctor,” “A Million Little Things,” “The Rookie” and “Station 19”; trailblazing comedies “Abbott Elementary,” “The Conners,” “The Goldbergs,” “Home Economics” and “The Wonder Years”; popular game shows, including “The $100,000 Pyramid,” “Celebrity Family Feud,” “The Chase,” “Press Your Luck” and “To Tell the Truth”; star-making sensation “American Idol”; “Judge Steve Harvey,” the network’s strongest unscripted series debut in a year; reality phenomenon “Shark Tank”; family favorites “America’s Funniest Home Videos” and “Holey Moley”; “General Hospital,” which has aired for more than 55 years on the network; and late-night talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”; as well as the critically acclaimed, Emmy® Award-winning “Live in Front of a Studio Audience” specials. The network also boasts some of television’s most prestigious awards shows, including “The Oscars®,” “The CMA Awards” and the “American Music Awards.”

ABC programming can also be viewed on Hulu.

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Grey’s Anatomy 5/26 (2 hour Season Finale) on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: SEASON FINALE – Out for Blood (5/26)
“Out for Blood” – Due to a blood shortage, Grey Sloan Memorial is setting up a voluntary donation center. Meanwhile, Nick asks Meredith for help with his patient and Winston is hung up on his relationship with his brother, in the first hour of the season finale of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 26 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Kate Burton as Ellis Grey, Cedric Sanders as Simon Clark, Bianca A. Santos as Kristen Clark, Kristen Lehman as Cora and Sandy Martin as Sally.

Grey’s Anatomy: SEASON FINALE – You Are the Blood (5/26)
“You Are the Blood” – The blood shortage at Grey Sloan Memorial continues. Meanwhile, Meredith makes a risky decision regarding a patient, and Owen’s actions to help his fellow veterans come to light in the second hour of the season finale of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 26 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Jason George as Ben Warren, Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery, Cedric Sanders as Simon Clark and Bianca A. Santos as Kristen Clark.



Grey’s Anatomy 5/19 on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: Stronger Than Hate (5/19)
“Stronger Than Hate” – A dinner party is thrown at the sister house in Nick’s honor. Meanwhile, Grey Sloan Memorial receives a victim of a brutal hate crime on a new episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 19 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Cedric Sanders as Simon Clark and Bianca A. Santos as Kristen Clark.



Grey’s Anatomy 5/12 on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: I’ll Cover You (5/12)
“I’ll Cover You” – A former patient of Link’s, Simon, is in the ER with his pregnant wife; and Bailey receives an offer from Nick on a new episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 12 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Debbie Allen as Catherine Fox, Cedric Sanders as Simon Clark and Bianca A. Santos as Kristen Clark.



Grey’s Anatomy 5/5 on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: Should I Stay or Should I Go (5/5)
“Should I Stay or Should I Go” – Bailey faces an unhappy Catherine who is facing audits for several of her Foundation hospitals. Meanwhile, Addison is back at Grey Sloan; tensions rise between Meredith and Richard, and Owen returns to work on a new episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MAY 5 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Debbie Allen as Catherine Fox, Kate Walsh as Addison Montgomery, Skylar Astin as Todd Eames, Rome Flynn as Wendell, Alex Landi as Nico Kim, Jaicy Elliot as Taryn Helm, Greg Tarzan Davis as Jordan Wright, Zaiver Sinnett as Zander Perez and Meryl Hathaway as Tovah Freedman.



Grey’s Anatomy 4/7 on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: Put It to the Test (4/7)
“Put It to the Test” – Bailey is on edge when an accreditation council stops by Grey Sloan to review the residency program, while Richard sets an assessment of his own for the same day. Meanwhile, Nick returns to Seattle to perform a first-of-its-kind operation with Meredith when “Grey’s Anatomy” airs THURSDAY, APRIL 7 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Peter Gallagher as Dr. David Hamilton, E.R. Fightmaster as Kai Bartley, Greg Tarzan Davis as Jordan Wright, Zaiver Sinnett as Zander Perez and Jaicy Elliot as Taryn Helm.

“Put It to the Test” was written by Zoanne Clack and directed by Kevin McKidd.



Grey’s Anatomy 4/14 (Rerun) on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: Freedom, Part 1/Freedom, Part 2 (4/14) (Rebroadcast. OAD 5/22/08)
“Freedom, Part 1”/”Freedom, Part 2” – On a two-hour “Throwback Thursday” edition of “Grey’s Anatomy,” Meredith and Derek have one last shot at a successful outcome in their clinical trial as the other surgeons work together to free a boy from a hardening block of cement. Meanwhile, Izzie helps Alex care for an ailing Rebecca, and Lexie discovers critical information about George’s intern status on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, APRIL 14 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (TV-14, S) (Rebroadcast. OAD 5/22/08)

These “Throwback Thursday” episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy” star Ellen Pompeo as Meredith Grey, Patrick Dempsey as Derek Shepherd, Sandra Oh as Cristina Yang, Katherine Heigl as Isobel “Izzie” Stevens, Justin Chambers as Alex Karev, T.R. Knight as George O’Malley, Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, James Pickens, Jr. as Richard Webber, Sara Ramirez as Callie Torres, Eric Dane as Mark Sloan, Chyler Leigh as Lexie Grey and Brooke Smith as Erica Hahn.

“Freedom, Part 1”/”Freedom, Part 2” were written by Shonda Rhimes and directed by Rob Corn.



Grey’s Anatomy 3/31 on ABC





Grey’s Anatomy: Road Trippin’ (3/31)
“Road Trippin’” – Tensions at Grey Sloan Memorial rise as the effects of the physician shortage begin to show. Meanwhile, Meredith struggles to step away from work as she spends a sick day at home with Zola, and the hospital receives an unexpected visitor on a new episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, MARCH 31 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (TV-14, D) Watch episodes on demand and on Hulu the day following their premieres.

Guest starring is Rome Flynn as Wendell Ndugu, Skylar Astin as Todd Eames and MaryLynn Suchan as Maryann.