Season 2 of 'Abbott Elementary,' 2 nights of 'Bachelor in Paradise' and the all-new "Celebrity Jeopardy!" are coming this fall.
LOS ANGELES -- Summer's coming to an end, but weeknights on ABC are about to bring the heat!
Starting this week is the premiere of season two of the Emmy-award-winning "Abbott Elementary," a new drama starring Oscar-winner Hilary Swank, the all-new "Celebrity Jeopardy!" and much more.
One big change this fall: ABC is consolidating its comedy night to Wednesdays, moving "Abbott Elementary," to anchor the evening in the 9/8c p.m. spot. It joins network comedy staples "The Conners" (8/7c p.m.), "The Goldbergs" (8:30/7:30c p.m.) and "Home Economics" (9:30/8:30c p.m.).
"Paradise" fans can have double the fun -- it will be back for more on Tuesdays at 8/7c p.m.
Trivia lovers will still get their daily dose of "Jeopardy!" but the network is adding a weekly primetime celebrity edition of the iconic game show. "Celebrity Jeopardy!" will air Sundays at 8/7c p.m., leading into "Celebrity Wheel of Fortune" at 9/8c p.m.
Get ready for new scripted series this fall. "Alaska," a new drama starring Hilary Swank as a newspaper reporter, will air Thursday nights at 10/9c p.m. in the plum spot following the long-running hit drama, "Grey's Anatomy."
Also, "The Rookie: Feds," a new spinoff to "The Rookie" with Niecy Nash, will air Tuesdays at 10/9c p.m.
"Big Sky," with Reba McEntire joining the cast, moves to Wednesdays at 10/9c p.m.
"The Wonder Years" and "A Million Little Things" return in midseason. That's also when we'll see the debut of a new Gina Rodriguez-led comedy called "Not Dead Yet."
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