ABC Announces Fall TV Lineup

Posted on May 18, 2006

ABC has announced its fall lineup. Cinemablend has the list, with new shows in all caps:
Sundays

8-9 p.m. -Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

9-10 p.m. Desperate Housewives

10-11 p.m. BROTHERS AND SISTERS (Family drama starring Calista Flockhart and Rachel Griffiths)

Mondays

8-9 p.m.- Wife Swap

9-10 p.m. -The Bachelor Later in the season: Supernanny

10-11 p.m. - What About Brian

Tuesdays

8-9 p.m. - (new time slot) Dancing With the Stars (performance episode) Later in the season: SET FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE - Game show

9-9:30 p.m. - LET'S ROB... - Comedy about a janitor (Donal Logue) who leads a group of misfits in a wacky plan to rob Mick Jagger

9:30-10 p.m. - HELP ME HELP YOU Comedy about a celebrity self-help author (Ted Danson) who leads a regular group-therapy session

10-11 p.m. - Boston Legal

Wednesdays

8-9 p.m. - (new time slot) Dancing With the Stars (elimination episode) Later in the season: (new time slots) George Lopez (8-8:30) and According to Jim (8:30-9)

9-10 p.m. - Lost

10-11 p.m.- THE NINE - Drama about nine strangers caught in a bank robbery gone wrong, starring Tim Daly, Chi McBride, and Scott Wolf

Thursdays 8-8:30 p.m.- BIG DAY - Real-time comedy about a wedding, starring Marla Sokoloff and Wendie Malick

8:30-9 p.m. - NOTES FROM THE UNDERBELLY - Comedy about a pregnant woman (Jennifer Westfeldt) and her husband (Peter Cambor) dealing with their intrusive families and friends

9-10 p.m. - (new time slot)- Grey's Anatomy

10-11 p.m. - SIX DEGREES - J.J. Abrams-produced drama following the intertwined destinies of six strangers (including Jay Hernandez, Bridget Moynahan, Hope Davis, Campbell Scott, and Erika Christensen)

Fridays

8-9 p.m. - BETTY THE UGLY - Comedy about a chubby Queens girl (America Ferrera) who lands a job at a high-fashion magazine

9-10 p.m.- MEN IN TREES- Drama about a relationship coach (Anne Heche) who has trouble in her own love life

10-11 p.m. - 20/20

Saturdays

8-11 p.m. - ABC SATURDAY NIGHT COLLEGE FOOTBALL

J.J. Abrams is going to be a busy guy this fall; he'd better pay attention to Lost or we're going to be very, very grumpy. And speaking of J.J. Abrams, what's with putting the Alias, 2-hour series finale on a Monday night?? (It airs Monday, May 22, 2006 on ABC). Alias fans (and that includes us) are not happy with the way this series has been treated this year.

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