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There are mere months until your favorite shows are back and new ones start hitting the box.
Take a look at the whole schedule below. New shows are in capital letters!
Monday, Sept. 12
8 pm Dancing with the Stars (Season 23 premiere)
Sunday, Sept. 18
8 pm 68th Primetime Emmy Awards
Tuesday, Sept. 20
8 pm Dancing With the Stars results show
10 pm Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 4 premiere, new time slot)
Wednesday, Sept. 21
8 pm The Goldbergs (Season 4 premiere)
8:30 pm Speechless (Series premiere)
9 pm Modern Family (Season 8 premiere)
9:30 pm black-ish (Season 3 premiere)
10 pm Designated Survivor (Series premiere)
Thursday, Sept. 22
8 pm Grey’s »
- Carissa Pavlica
First in the alphabet but last to show its hand, ABC has unveiled its premiere plan for the 2016-17 TV season (following CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW), and it will put its best foot forward on Monday, Sept. 12 with the Season 23 premiere of Dancing With the Stars.
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Also of note: 24 star Kiefer Sutherland’s Designated Survivor, which per a TVLine poll is the fall’s most anticipated new drama, gets sworn into office on Wednesday, Sept. 21 (filling Nashville‘s former spot).
As previously announced, Scandal Season 6 is being »
The broadcast networks have nearly 20 shows debuting this fall, including Kiefer Sutherland’s term as Potus, Michael Weatherly’s NCIS follow-up and the story of Mlb’s first female player. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.
First up on our list….
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The Show | ABC’s Notorious (Thursdays at 9/8c, premiere date Tba)
Psychological thriller completes Rome shoot.
The movie, directed by Brian Goodman (What Doesn’t Kill You), shot for seven weeks in Rome.
The thriller centres on Paul (Banderas), a down on his luck screenwriter who picks up a drifter (Rhys Meyers) and offers him a place to stay. However, when the deranged stranger takes Paul hostage and forces him to write, their unhinged relationship brings buried secrets to light. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
Did Shonda Rhimes announce a time of death — or at least a months-long coma — for ABC’s “#Tgit” marketing campaign?
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For the first time since 2013, ABC’s primetime Thursday lineup this fall will not be entirely furnished by Rhimes’ Shondaland production company. With Scandal on an extended hiatus and not premiering Season 6 until midseason, ABC is comfortably nestling between Grey’s Anatomy and How to Get Away With Murder the real life-inspired freshman drama Notorious, which stars Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs) and Daniel Sunjata (Graceland) and, more notably, is a Sony Pictures Television/ABC Studios co-production, »
It's just one of a large crop of new series ordered by the network, which cleared out its schedule in canceling "Agent Carter," "Castle," "The Family," "The Muppets," and "Nashville." The new shows continue ABC's brand mixing sexy, serialized dramas with family comedies.
And for the first time in a few years, Thursday will not be entirely ruled by Shonda Rhimes' shows. Due to Kerry Washington's pregnancy, "Scandal" is being held until midseason. In its place, talk show drama "Notorious" will try to continue the #Tgit magic.
Here are the trailers for ABC's new series:
- Kelly Woo
ABC has released full trailers for its new slate of shows following the network’s Upfront presentation to advertisers in New York, offering a sneak peek at series from prolific producers Shonda Rhimes (“Still Star-Crossed”) and Kevin Williamson (“Time After Time”), and starring fan favorites like Hayley Atwell (“Conviction”) and Allison Tolman (“Downward Dog”).
Take a look at ABC’s new shows below.
“Notorious” is inspired by the true-life stories of famed criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and cable news producer Wendy Walker, who serve as executive producers. The series is a provocative look at the unique, sexy, and dangerous interplay of criminal law and the media starring Piper Perabo (“Covert Affairs”) as Julia George and Daniel Sunjata (“Graceland”) as Jake Gregorian.
- Laura Prudom
There'll be no need to worry about hiding Kerry Washington's baby bump on Scandal because the show won't be back until midseason. On Tuesday, ABC announced that Scandal will premiere season 6 in the middle of the 2016–17 schedule, with the Piper Perabo-led freshman drama Notorious taking the place of Washington's hit show on Thursdays at 9 p.m. Et. Though Rhimes' #Tgit hits Grey's Anatomy and How to Get Away with Murder will remain in their 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. time slots, respectively, the Scandal schedule shift marks the first time in several seasons that showrunner Shonda Rhimes' »
- Brittany King, @brrriitttnnii
Speaking to the press in her first Upfronts Week conference call since succeeding Paul Lee as the president of ABC Entertainment, Channing Dungey weighed in on the very recent decisions to end both Castle and Nashville.
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Alluding to, among other things, how the former was set to move forward without leading lady Stana Katic, Dungey said, “The studios in each case were looking for the best creative and financial ways to make room [for new seasons]. They were definitely engaged in conversations [about how to] set them »
ABC is the third network, following NBC and Fox, to announce its schedule for the 2016-17 TV season, and among its major moves — though as suspected — Scandal will not return until midseason, while The Middle is relocating to a new neighborhood for Season 8.
ABC’s new entertainment president Channing Dungey conceded in a call with reporters that Scandal star Kerry Washington’s real-life pregnancy forced the network to “make some adjustments” with regard to scheduling the show.
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Filling the #Tgit gap on Thursdays in the fall will be Notorious, »
ABC became the third network to announce its fall primetime schedule on Tuesday, revealing which shows will air on what nights when the new TV season begins. Most notably, the network announced that the Piper Perabo-led drama “Notorious” will air Thursdays at 9, taking the place of Shonda Rhimes‘ “Scandal,” presumably due to star Kerry Washington‘s pregnancy. The move breaks up this season’s highly successful all-Shondaland Thursday programming block. “Conviction,” Hayley Atwell‘s follow-up to the recently canceled “Agent Carter,” will air Monday nights in the plum timeslot immediately following “Dancing With the Stars.” Also Read: Fox »
- Reid Nakamura
Say goodbye to ABC's all-Shonda Thursday lineup — at least until midseason. Kerry Washington's pregnancy has delayed (and shortened) the next season of Scandal, which means the schedule ABC announced today will be the first in a few years featuring a show not produced by Shonda Rhimes airing on that night in the fall. In this case, it's Notorious with Piper Perabo, one of two new ABC legal dramas whose descriptions in the press release includes the word "sexy," just in case we weren't clear on the branding. On the whole, ABC's schedule has many more changes, and more new shows, than either the NBC schedule or Fox schedule announced earlier in upfront week. Among the shifts: with Castle done for, ABC will have a new post-Dancing with the Stars drama — Conviction with Hayley Atwell (the other "sexy" legal show) — for the first time in years; Agents of Shield »
- Alan Sepinwall
Watch a "First Look" promo for the upcoming Notorious TV show, ordered to series by ABC. The legal-media drama stars Piper Perabo as news producer Julia George and Daniel Sunjata as attorney Jake Gregorian. The series is inspired by defense attorney Mark Geragos and cable TV news producer Wendy Walker, who are executive producing.
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As ABC announced which of this season’s shows were renewed and which got the ax, the network also released the first teasers for the new shows that will debut next season. The network ordered eight new shows to series, including the Kiefer Sutherland political drama “Designated Survivor,” which had previously been picked up straight-to-series. The other new dramas are the Hayley Atwell-led wrongful conviction series “Conviction”; the “Romeo and Juliet”-sequel “Still Star-Crossed,” from executive producer Shonda Rhimes; Kevin Williamson‘s time-travel fantasy series “Time After Time”; and “Notorious,” starring “Covert Affairs” star Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata of “Graceland. »
- Reid Nakamura
The network on Thursday gave a series order to the drama Notorious, inspired by the true-life stories of famed criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and cable news producer Wendy Walker, who serve as executive producers. Promising a provocative look at the unique, sexy, and dangerous interplay of criminal law and the media, the series stars Perabo as Julia George and Daniel Sunjata (Graceland) as Jake Gregorian. »
Vertical Entertainment and Xyz Films are embracing seasonal scares by acquiring worldwide distribution rights to Holidays. Featuring segments from directors including Kevin Smith and Starry Eyes’ Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer, the horror anthology now has VOD and theatrical release dates and is teased in a new trailer.
Holidays will make its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 14th, and fans won’t have to wait long to see it at home, either, as the film will be released on digital and VOD platforms on April 15th, followed by a theatrical release beginning April 22nd:
Press Release: Los Angeles, CA (March 14, 2016) – Vertical Entertainment and Xyz Films have partnered to acquire the global distribution of the horror anthology Holidays, which was produced by John Hegeman’s Distant Corners Entertainment in association with Xyz Films. The film will have its world premiere at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival on April 14th. »
- Derek Anderson
Dilshad Vadsaria will appear in ABC’s drama pilot “Notorious,” which is based on the true-life stories of famed criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and cable news producer Wendy Walker, Variety has learned exclusively.
Vadsaria has a guest role in the pilot, and she joins previously announced series regulars Piper Perabo, Daniel Sunjata, J. August Richards and Kate Jennings Grant. The “Revenge” and “Greek” alum will play Sarah Keaton, the gorgeous wife of an Internet tycoon, who has a secret past that’s coming back to haunt her.
Most recently, Vadsaria starred on Fox’s Frankenstein-inspired drama “Second Chance,” which was never officially cancelled, but was moved to Friday nights shortly after its low-rated debut. She is repped by Kass Management and the Kohner Agency. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Deadline says Guzman has joined Notorious in a series regular capacity. He will appear opposite Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata, who were previously cast as the leads. Downton Abbey's Michael Engler is set as director. Read More… »
Ryan Guzman (Heroes Reborn) is set as a series regular opposite Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata in ABC's drama pilot Notorious. The project, from Sony Pictures TV and Jeff Kwatinetz's The Firm, was inspired by the relationship between famed criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and longtime Larry King Live executive producer Wendy Walker. Written by Drop Dead Diva creator Josh Berman and blogger Allie Hagan, Notorious is described as a provocative look at the interplay… »
The forecast in Connecticut is suddenly a lot less cloudy.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Kaitlin Olson has been cast as the lead in Fox’s comedy pilot The Mick — on which she’ll also serve as co-executive producer, teaming up once again with Sunny Ep Nick Frenkel and writers John and Dave Chernin, plus Oly Obst (Black Box).
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Olson will play Mackenzie “Mickey” Murphy, described by »
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