ABC announced their 2012-2013 season yesterday at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall. The network is bringing back a number of fan favorites as well as new series such as 666 Park Avenue, Last Resort, The Neighbors and more!
“We are using the success we achieved last season as a strong foundation to launch some more great shows this time around,” said Paul Lee, president, ABC Entertainment Group. “Last year was about stability and ambition, this year is about growth and continuing momentum, with strong programming that will stake ABC’s claim on more nights as the home of quality entertainment.”
We’ve got the full list of new series as well as fan favorites that are returning below:
666 Park Avenue
The Family Tools
How to Live with your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)
America’s Funniest Home Videos
Body of Proof
Dancing with the Stars
Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23
Last Man Standing
Once Upon a Time
Primetime: What Would You Do?
It seems like it’s all about comedy this year with the networks. ABC is no exception with a number of new comedies being added to the lineup. Happy Endings and Don’t Trust The B are moving to the Tuesday nights and will be preceded by Dancing With The Stars. After Dancing finishes, How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) starring Scrubs alum Sarah Chalke and The Family Tools.
The true gem of the new ABC lineup will be Sunday nights. Once Upon A Time stays in it’s current time slot, and Revenge fills the void of Desperate Housewives, followed by the new supernatural drama 666 Park Avenue starring Lost‘s Terry O’Quinn. Check out a trailer for the much anticipated series below!
Premiere dates for ABC’s fall season will be released a later time, but know that FanBolt will be bringing you lots of coverage from the network this year at San Diego Comic Con! So stay tuned as we get a closer look into all the new series and returning fan favorites!
What are you most looking forward to on ABC’s fall lineup? The return of Revenge (which we know will blow fans away in the season finale!) or Once Upon A Time (which already did blow the minds of fans this past Sunday!) or is a new series such as 666 Park Avenue that you’re most looking forward to? Sound off with your opinions below!