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ABC Announces 2022–2023 Midseason Premiere Dates for New and Returning Series

Multiple Emmy® Award-winning comedy “Abbott Elementary,” starring and executive produced by Quinta Brunson, resumes class WEDNESDAY, JAN. 4. After just seven days of multiplatform viewing, the second season premiere of “Abbott Elementary” skyrocketed to a 2.43 rating among Adults 18-49, soaring more than four times over its initial Live+Same Day rating. Joining the series that night will be the winter premieres of “Home Economics” and “Big Sky: Deadly Trails.”

As previously announced, brand-new unscripted series “The Parent Test” will launch with a special series premiere following the highly anticipated debut of “Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration” on THURSDAY, DEC. 15. The series will have its regular time period debut on THURSDAY, JAN. 5, after the return of “Celebrity Jeopardy!” hosted by Mayim Bialik; and the night will be capped off with high-octane quiz show “The Chase.” The following night, the Sharks plunge back into the Tank to make more great deals when “Shark Tank” returns FRIDAY, JAN. 6. Everyone’s favorite TV family comedies, “The Conners” and “The Goldbergs,” return with all-new episodes WEDNESDAY, JAN. 11.

ABC announced the 2022-2023 midseason premiere dates today for two new drama series, a new comedy series and a new unscripted series as well as dates for fan-favorite returning series.

Freshman comedy “Not Dead Yet,” starring and executive produced by Gina Rodriguez and adapted from the work of bestselling author Alexandra Potter, will kick off its two-episode premiere event on WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, at 8:30 p.m. EST, then treat viewers to an all-new episode in its regular time period the same night at 9:30 p.m. EST. The series will be joined by the heartfelt premiere of “A Million Little Things,” which will begin its celebratory farewell season.

Thrilling heist drama “The Company You Keep,” starring and executive produced by Milo Ventimiglia, debuts SUNDAY, FEB. 19, joining the return of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” and iconic music competition series “American Idol.”

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