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MONDAY

8/7c Dancing With the Stars

10 pm Castle

TUESDAY

8 pm MARVEL?S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D

9 pm THE GOLDBERGS

9:30 pm TROPHY WIFE

10 pm LUCKY 7

WEDNESDAY?

8 pm The Middle

8:30 pm BACK IN THE GAME

9 pm Modern Family

9:30 SUPER FUN NIGHT

10 pm Nashville

THURSDAY

8 pm ONCE UPON A TIME IN WONDERLAND

9 pm Grey?s Anatomy

10 pm Scandal

FRIDAY

8 pm Last Man Standing

8:30 pm The Neighbors

9 pm Shark Tank

10 pm 20/20

SATURDAY

8 pm Saturday Night College Football

SUNDAY?

7 America?s Funniest Home Videos

8 pm Once Upon a Time ?

9 pm Revenge

10 pm BETRAYAL

http://www.spoilertv.com/2013/05/abc-fall-201314-schedule.html

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Oooh interesting, they're putting SHIELD up against NCIS.

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Oooh interesting, they're putting SHIELD up against NCIS.

I guess abc is looking for it to fail :p

I don't think SHIELD will have what it takes to dethrone NCIS.

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Oooh interesting, they're putting SHIELD up against NCIS.

Dont forget that NBC moved Revolution to Wednesdays at 8pm as well. It's going to be interesting.

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I don't think SHIELD will have what it takes to dethrone NCIS.

Maybe not but I will be watching SHIELD.

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ABC revamping how it airs drama seasons

ABC is thinking outside the box and revamping the way it airs some of its serialized dramas next season. Series like 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Scandal,' 'Once Upon a Time' and 'Revenge' (which were all picked up for new seasons over the weekend) will be aired in two uninterrupted runs of twelve episodes each, bringing into play the newly-popular mid-season finale episode for each.

Paul Lee, ABC President, announced that a "selected group" of dramas will be screened in this new format, including the series named above with the possibility of other series being added to the list. But that's not all: not only will the series seasons be halved, but the down-time between blocks of twelve episodes will be filled by new limited series, which are now all the rage at the big networks.

Announced so far is the bridge between the twelve-episode blocks of 'Once Upon a Time,' which will be filled by the new reality series 'The Quest.' Although this particular bridge limited series is a reality show, Lee specified that not every limited series will be unscripted. While the current plan remains blocks of twelve, twenty-four episodes is a higher than standard order for serial ensemble dramas; when questioned on the matter, Lee explained that the blocks of twelve were not "set in stone" and could diminish to nine or ten.

It was also announced that the new drama 'Betrayal' will be treated as a limited run, airing eleven or twelve episodes in total. These moves are being made in the face of falling ratings for repeated episodes; with more competition than ever for every viewer's attention, repeats can easily be passed over for new content on any other channel. This new model ensures that ABC will air the maximum amount of new content over an uninterrupted period.

http://www.tvrage.com/news/6637/abc-revamping-how-it-airs-drama-seasons

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