Hulu has announced that it has licensed Designated Survivor, the complete libraries of fan favorites such as Revenge, Shadowhunters, Marvel’s Agent Carter, Blossom, The Catch, Bunheads and more from Disney/ABC Television Group.
November Sweeps programming on ABC will include The 51st Annual CMA Awards; the 2017 American Music Awards and the season finale of Dancing with The Stars – plus a celebration of Grey’s Anatomy’s 300th episode.
Thanksgiving-themed episodes of American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat, The Goldbergs, The Middle, Modern Family and Speechless – and special episodes of Shark Tank featuring Skinnygirl brand entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel and Sir Richard Branson as new sharks will also air.
ABC’s November Sweeps programming kicks of tonight with new episodes of The Middle, Fresh Off the Boat, black-ish, The Mayor and Kevin (Probably) Saves the World.
ABC’s 2016-17 Primetime Schedule reveals a number of changes big and small.
Fan favorite Castle is gone, by Agent Carter star Hayley Atwell’s Conviction moves into its Monday night timeslot. American Housewife slides into the Tuesday slot between The Goldbergs and Modern Family, while Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. moves back an hour into the 10 pm slot.
On Wednesday, potential top flight sitcom Speechless takes the slot between The Middle and Fresh of the Boat, while Designated Survivor gets Nashville’s old slot. Notorious becomes the first non-Shondaland Thursday show moving into the Scandal spot (Scandal having been moved to med-season) between Grey’s anatomy and How to Get Away with Murder.
Friday and Sunday stand pat. New comedies waiting in the wings are: Downward Dog and Imaginary Mary. New dramas are: Still Star-Crossed and Time After Time. Follow the jump for ABC’s Fall Schedule and series descriptions.