ABC's new schedule for the fall 2019 TV season


NEW YORK (AP) — ABC’s prime-time schedule for the fall 2019 season:


8 p.m. — “Dancing with the Stars”

10 p.m. — “The Good Doctor”


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8 p.m. — “The Conners”

8:30 p.m. — “Bless This Mess”

9 p.m. — “mixed-ish”

9:30 p.m. — “black-ish”

10 p.m. — “Emergence”


8 p.m. — “The Goldbergs”

8:30 — “Schooled”

9 p.m. — “Modern Family”

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9:30 p.m. — “Single Parents”

10 p.m. — “Stumptown”


8 p.m. — “Grey’s Anatomy”

9 p.m. — “A Million Little Things”

10 p.m. — “How to Get Away with Murder”


8 p.m. — “American Housewife”

8:30 p.m. — “Fresh Off the Boat”

9-10 p.m. — “20/20”


8 p.m. — “Saturday Night Football”


7 p.m. — “America’s Funniest Home Videos”

8 p.m. — “Kids Say the Darndest Things.”

9 p.m. — “Shark Tank”

10 p.m. — “The Rookie”

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