ABC Sets Midseason Scripted Premiere Dates

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ABC is rounding out its midseason schedule.

The network has set premiere dates for two returning scripted shows, The Rookie and Mixed-ish, and first-year comedy Call Your Mother, starring Kyra Sedgwick. ABC will also move Black-ish to Tuesday nights in late January, where it will pair with spinoff Mixed-ish.

Currently airing dramas The Good Doctor, Big Sky and For Life will also return from holiday breaks in January, while the network's Thursday dramas — Station 19, Grey's Anatomy and A Million Little Things — have March returns set. A previously announced game-show lineup (Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, The Chase and The Hustler) will air on Thursdays in January and February.

The Rookie will begin its third season on Jan. 3, with the Nathan Fillion starrer committing to examine policing in the lens of the current social justice movement. Call Your Mother will join ABC's Wednesday comedy block on Jan. 13, pairing with The Conners in the 9 o'clock hour.

Black-ish makes its Tuesday debut on Jan. 26, leading into the season two premiere of Mixed-ish. That night will also feature the premiere of new episodes of To Tell The Truth, which Black-ish star Anthony Anderson hosts.

ABC's midseason scripted premiere dates are below. All times are ET/PT.

Sunday, Jan. 3
10 p.m.: The Rookie

Monday, Jan. 11
10 p.m.: The Good Doctor (returns from hiatus)

Wednesday, Jan. 13
9:30 p.m.: Call Your Mother

Wednesday, Jan. 20
10 p.m.: For Life (returns from hiatus)

Tuesday, Jan. 26
9 p.m.: Black-ish (new time period)
9:30 p.m.: Mixed-ish
10 p.m.: Big Sky (returns from hiatus)

Thursday, March 4
8 p.m.: Station 19 (returns from hiatus)
9 p.m.: Grey's Anatomy (returns from hiatus)
10 p.m.: A Million Little Things (returns from hiatus)