ABC's 2011-2012 Schedule: 'Charlie's Angel's Joins Stable Lineup
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
ABC is pretty confident in its current lineup because most of its current shows are returning to the exact same time slots. Dancing with the Stars, Castle, Body of Proof, The Middle, Modern Family, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice and Desperate Housewives are keeping the network anchored with returning favorites on nearly every night.

But there's also plenty of room for new blood with seven new shows on in the fall. Tuesday brings a man-centric comedy block at 8pm with Tim Allen's Last Man Standing and the new sitcom Man Up. The other new comedy joining the line-up is Suburgatory on Wednesdays.

If you're wondering where Cougar Town is, it will be taking over 9pm on Tuesdays after the end of DWTS, as will new comedy Apartment 23 at 9:30pm.

For dramas, ABC has the Emily VanCamp-led Revenge about a woman with a secret who returns to the Hamptons, the reboot of Charlie's Angels, the "fairy tales are real" drama Once Upon a Time and the '60s steward drama Pan Am. If those last two remind you of NBC's fairy tale drama Grimm and NBC's '60s drama The Playboy Club, you're not alone.

In addition, ABC will launch a number of new shows in mid-season, including the comedy Work It and the dramas Good Christian Belles, The River, Missing and Scandal.

Here's the schedule:

8pm: Dancing with the Stars
10pm: Castle
8pm: Last Man Standing
8:30pm: Man Up
9pm: Dancing with the Stars
10pm: Body of Proof

8pm: The Middle
8:30pm: Suburgatory
9pm: Modern Family
9:30pm: Happy Endings
10pm: Revenge

8pm: Charlie's Angels
9pm: Grey's Anatomy
10pm: Private Practice

8pm: Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
9pm: Shark Tank
10pm: 20/20
7pm: America's Funniest Home Videos
8pm: Once Upon a Time
9pm: Desperate Housewives
10pm: Pan Am

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