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ABC announces premiere dates for 'American Idol,' new series 'The Fix,' 'Grand Hotel,' 'Whiskey Cavalier'

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Clockwise from top left: `Whiskey Cavalier,` `The Fix,` `Grand Hotel,` `For The People,` `American Idol` and `Match Game` (Photo credit: ABC)
Clockwise from top left: "Whiskey Cavalier," "The Fix," "Grand Hotel," "For The People," "American Idol" and "Match Game" (Photo credit: ABC)

‘A Million Little Things’ moves to Thursdays at 9 p.m. starting Jan. 17; ‘America’s Funniest Home Videos,’ ‘Shark Tank’ double up on Sundays

The ABC Television Network will premiere the new dramas “Whiskey Cavalier” on Wednesday, Feb. 27 (10 p.m. EST); “The Fix” on Monday, March 18 (10 p.m.); and “Grand Hotel” on Monday, June 17 (10 p.m.). Returning drama “For The People” will debut season two on Thursday, March 7 (10 p.m.).

Following its anticipated winter finale airing tonight (10 p.m.), “A Million Little Things” returns on a new night, Thursday, Jan. 17 (9:01 p.m.).

In alternative and reality programming, “America’s Funniest Home Videos” expands to two hours starting Sunday, Jan. 6, followed by a two-hour block of “Shark Tank.” “AFV” starts the evening with a fan-favorite, previously aired installment (7 p.m.), followed by a new episode (8 p.m.). The family-fun continues with “Shark Tank,” featuring one original episode (9 p.m.) and one previously aired edition (10 p.m.).

ABC will launch its second season of “American Idol” on Sunday, March 3 (8-10:01 p.m.). When “American Idol” premieres, “AFV” original episodes will return to 7 p.m., and new editions of “Shark Tank” will air at 10:01 p.m.

A new season of “Match Game” premieres Wednesday, Jan. 9 (10 p.m.).

As previously announced, the spinoff comedy “Schooled” also debuts on Jan. 9 (8:30 p.m.), immediately following “The Goldbergs” (8 p.m.); and “American Housewife” returns on its new night, Tuesday, Feb. 5 (8 p.m.).

Eight weeks of two-hour “20/20” programming kicks off on Friday, Jan. 4 (9-11 p.m.), and features brand-new interviews with key players in the biggest newsmaker stories in recent American history. Each documentary takes a look at these cases through a modern lens, challenges original perceptions, and sheds new light on each story.

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