ABC Announces Their Mid-Season Premiere Dates

Its that time of the year again as mid-season premieres start kicking off. Today ABC announced their mid-season premieres

Here are all the big dates you need to know:

  • Grey’s Anatomy spinoff will premiere on Thursday, Mach. 22. (As best I can tell there is still no name for the new show.)
  • The final four episodes of Scandal move to 10 pm on Thursday before it ends on April 19th.
  • On February 13th The Bachelor Winter Games, hosted by Chris Harrison, premieres ABC. (There will only be four episodes of The Bachelor Winter Games.)
  • On Sunday, March 4th ABC hosts the 90th Oscars hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
  • American Idol will air Sundays and Mondays, starting March 11.
  • Deception will also start March 11.
  • ABC’s For The People premieres March 13.
  • The long-awaited and much-promoted return of Roseanne debuts Tuesday, March 27. It will air on Tuesdays at 8 pm.
  • Splitting Up Together also starts March 27.

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4 Responses to ABC Announces Their Mid-Season Premiere Dates

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    Frank Scammell January 8, 2018 at 1:44 pm #

    I just realized.
    I don’t think I watch anything on ABC unless its a local college football game.

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      viper man January 8, 2018 at 3:57 pm #

      The only show I watched they removed for political bs, Last Man Standing

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        Karl Childers January 9, 2018 at 7:54 am #

        I watched Last Man Standing from the beginning and during the last season there were several times where it felt like the show had run its course – which is why I wasn’t surprised or disappointed that it was cancelled.

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        Dean G January 9, 2018 at 8:50 am #

        LOL, It’s owned by 20th Century Fox why didn’t they put it on their own channel then? Oh, it was shopped to many networks including their own and they all turned it down. Buy a clue it had nothing to do “political bs”. Have an issue with it, go complain to Murdoch and ask him why he didn’t air his own show on his own network.