ABC set the fall premiere dates for the network’s 2019-2020 season. This year, “mixed-ish,” “Emergence,” and “Stumptown” join the schedule, and ABC says goodbye to “Modern Family.”

The popular competition series “Dancing with the Stars” starts off the fall season and debuts on September 16th. The hit drama “The Good Doctor” airs its premiere on September 23rd.

September 24th starts the Tuesday schedule, which is a big night on ABC. The programming block begins with “The Conners,” followed by “Bless This Mess” and the new “black-ish” spinoff called “mixed-ish.” The new series tells the story of Rainbow Johnson’s (Tracee Ellis Ross) experience growing up in a mixed-race family in the ’80s. The original series “black-ish” then premieres it’s sixth season at its new time following “mixed-ish.” The night ends with the series premiere of new drama “Emergence,” starring Allison Tolman as a police chief trying to unravel a mystery involving a young child.

The Goldbergs” lead the Wednesday schedule on September 25th, followed by the “Schooled” spinoff. This is the same night that the final season of “Modern Family” premieres, followed by season two premiere of “Single Parents.” The new drama “Stumptown,” based on the graphic novel and starring Cobie Smulders, ends the Tuesday night schedule.

Grey’s Anatomy,” launches its 16th season on Thursday, September 26th, followed by the season premieres of “A Million Little Things” and “How to Get Away with Murder.”

American Housewife” moves to Friday for the September 27th premiere, followed by the season premieres of “Fresh Off the Boat” and ABC News’ “20/20.”

The Sunday lineup starts on September 29th with the thirtieth season of “AFV,” followed by the premiere of “Shark Tank” season eleven, and “The Rookie” on its new night.

Moving into October, “Kids Say the Darndest Things” returns on October 6th, this time with host Tiffany Haddish.

You can check the Fall Schedules or Premiere Dates for FOX, NBC, CW, and Freeform.

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