ABC Announces 2012-2013 Schedule, Plans 'The Hulk' Series for the Season After


ABC Announces 2012-2013 Schedule, Plans 'The Hulk' Series for the Season After


The Alphabet will move 'Revenge' to Sunday starting this fall, and will bring back former contestants of 'Dancing With the Stars' for an all-star edition next summer.

Following in the footsteps of NBC and FOX, ABC has unveiled its own 2012-2013 primetime line-up at its upfront presentation. Replacing "Desperate Housewives" which recently ended its run, "Revenge" will air on Sunday at 9 P.M. starting this fall.

"Happy Endings" and "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23" will no longer be among the Wednesday comedy block since they are moved to Tuesday night, after "Dancing with the Stars" results show. To fill the empty slots, two new comedies, "The Neighbors" and "Nashville", will join "The Middle", "Suburgatory" and "Modern Family" on Wednesday.

"Private Practice" is no longer paired with "Grey's Anatomy". The spin-off series will move to Tuesday at 10 P.M.. "Grey's" is going to be sandwiched between new show "Last Resort" and Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal" on Thursday.

Also at the upfront presentation, the network announced that it's developing a Hulk series with Marvel for the 2013-14 season. It additionally confirmed that an all-star edition of "DWTS" with "fan favorites from the past 14 seasons" will be coming next fall. As for Alyssa Milano's "Mistresses", it is slated to premiere next May on Monday at 10 P.M. after "The Bachelor".

MONDAY
8 P.M. "Dancing with the Stars"
10 P.M. "Castle"

In January
8 P.M. "The Bachelor"
10 P.M. "Castle"

TUESDAY
8 P.M. "Dancing with the Stars" (Results Show)
9 P.M. "Happy Endings"
9:30 P.M. "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23"
10 P.M. "Private Practice"

In January
8 P.M. "How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)"
8:30 P.M. "The Family Tools"

WEDNESDAY
8 P.M. "The Middle"
8:30 P.M. "Suburgatory"
9 P.M. "Modern Family"
9:30 P.M. "The Neighbors"
10 P.M. "Nashville"

THURSDAY
8 P.M. "Last Resort"
9 P.M. "Grey's Anatomy"
10 P.M. "Scandal"

FRIDAY
8 P.M. "Shark Tank"
9 P.M. "Primetime: What Would You Do?"
10 P.M. "20/20"

In November
8 P.M. "Last Man Standing"
8:30 P.M. "Malibu Country"
9 P.M. "Shark Tank"
10 P.M. "20/20"

SATURDAY
8 P.M. "Saturday Night College Football"

SUNDAY
7 P.M. "America's Funniest Home Videos"
8 P.M. "Once Upon a Time"
9 P.M. "Revenge"
10 P.M. "666 Park Avenue"

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