Closing up tonight’s long list of ABC cancelled shows, renewed shows and new shows, there are a few surprises in store for viewers next season.
In great news, the “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has been picked by ABC and the series will start up next season. Also mentioned was the new series “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland”, which will star the charming Sophie Lowe as Alice in a spinoff of ‘Once Upon a Time’. The White Rabbit will be played by none-other than John Lithgow. Also coming back are ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘Dancing with the Stars’.
As we reported earlier ‘Happy Endings’ was canceled however, as was ‘Red Widow,’ ‘How to Live with your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life),’ ‘Family Tools,’ ‘Malibu Country’ and finally ‘Body of Proof’. To fill in these gaps, ABC has picked up ‘Back in the Game’ with Maggie Lawson and James Caan. “Super Fun Night” with Rebel Wilson, ‘The Goldbergs’ starring Jeff Garlin and George Segal. ‘Trophy Wife’ will bring Malin Akerman and Bradley Whitford, Natalie Morales, Michaela Watkins and Marcia Gay Harden. Also coming in is ‘Mixology’ with Sarah Bolger and Adan Canto.
Christian Slater and Steve Zahn star in ‘Mind Games’, the British series ‘The Syndicate’ is coming to America as “Lucky 7”. Then comes ‘Resurrection’ with Samaire Armstrong and Kurtwood Smith. Finally there is ‘Betrayal’ and ‘Killer Women’ with Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica).
We will have more exact details about cast, crew and scheduling when we get closer to launch time.
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