Finally! ABC Fall 2012 Premiere Dates: ‘Revenge,’ ‘Once Upon a Time,’ & More

ABC Fall Premiere Dates - RevengeABC, you saucy minx. While every other network assuaged our impatience by giving us the dates on which our favorite series would return, the alphabet network held out until today. Some of us were starting to crack. “When will see Victoria Grayson again? I can’t make it much longer!” “When will we found out if Grey’s Anatomy is really copying Lost?” And most importantly: “When can we expect to start seeing Ben Covington… er… Scott Speedman in our weekly lineup on Last Resort? When?!” Now, we’ve got our answers. Thank you, ABC. We weren’t going to make it for much longer.

Friday, September 14

8 PM Shark Tank

9 PM Primetime: What Would You Do?

10 PM 20/20

Monday, September 24

8 PM Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars

10 PM Castle

Tuesday, September 25

8 PM Dancing with the Stars Results Show

10 PM Private Practice

Wednesday, September 26

8 PM The Middle

9 PM Modern Family

9:30 PM The Neighbors NEW

Thursday, September 27

8 PM Last Resort NEW

9 PM Grey’s Anatomy

10 PM Scandal

Sunday, September 30

8 PM Once Upon a Time

9 PM Revenge

10 PM 666 Park Avenue NEW

Wednesday, October 3

8:30 PM The Neighbors (regular time slot premiere)

Sunday, October 7

7 PM America’s Funniest Home Videos

Wednesday, October 10

10 PM Nashville NEW

Wednesday, October 17

9:30 PM Suburgatory

Tuesday, October 23

9 PM Happy Endings

9:30 PM Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23

Friday, November 2

8 PM Last Man Standing

8:30 PM Malibu Country NEW

9 PM Shark Tank (new time slot premiere)


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