ABC Premiere Dates: ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ ‘Good Doctor’ ‘Station 19’

The docs, each good and Grey, shall be in come November on ABC.

Having beforehand launched an early fall schedule that’s chockablock with reality-TV and sport reveals… after which some mid-fall sitcom premiere dates… ABC now has lifted the curtain on its later fall plan, which launches new seasons of Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Doctor, A Million Little Things and different returning dramas.

Two returning dramas which can be lacking from ABC’s slate beneath are The Rookie, which is able to premiere “later within the season,” and Stumptown, which was unceremoniously cancelled/un-renewed on Wednesday evening.

“Our fall schedule is now full with a dynamic lineup of recent and returning drama collection,” ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke mentioned in a press release,. “From fan-favorite reveals like Grey’s Anatomy and The Good Doctor to David E. Kelley’s thrilling new drama Big Sky, our energy is in our storytelling, and we couldn’t be extra energized to convey these compelling collection to our viewers.”

Big Sky is ABC’s lone new drama for fall, a thriller during which non-public detectives Cassie Dewell and Cody Hoyt (Pitch‘s Kylie Bunbury and Shooter‘s Ryan Phillippe) be part of forces along with his ex-cop estranged spouse, Jenny Hoyt (Vikings‘ Katheryn Winnick), to seek for two sisters who’ve been kidnapped by a truck driver on a distant freeway in Montana. But once they uncover that these should not the one women who’ve disappeared within the space, they need to race in opposition to the clock to cease the killer earlier than one other girl is taken.

MONDAY, NOV. 2
10 pm The Good Doctor (Season 4 premiere)

THURSDAY, NOV. 12
8 pm Station 19 (Season 4 premiere)
9 pm Grey’s Anatomy (two-hour Season 17 premiere)

TUESDAY, NOV. 17
10 pm Big Sky (collection premiere)

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18
10 pm For Life (Season 2 premiere)

THURSDAY, NOV. 19
10 pm A Million Little Things (Season 3 premiere)

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Source: tvline.com

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