All the Shows Being Held for the Midseason

True Lies, A Million Little Things, Riverdale
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As current seasons end, networks are already looking ahead to next year. And in addition to announcing fall schedules (premiere dates still to come), they’ve also set which shows won’t be returning until the midseason.

Some aren’t surprising, like The Bachelor, American Idol, and 9-1-1: Lone Star, as well as some of the new series joining networks’ primetime lineups, while other shows are making the move from the fall. For example, A Million Little Things is becoming a midseason show for its fifth season, and The CW doesn’t have either of its remaining Arrowverse series (The Flash and Superman & Lois) on its fall schedule. Meanwhile, Fox is delaying Fantasy Island again after Season 2 was originally set for this summer.

Scroll down to check out all the shows, by network, not hitting our screens until the midseason, on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, and The CW.


American Idol

The Bachelor

Judge Steve Harvey

A Million Little Things

Not Dead Yet (New Series)

The Wonder Years


Lingo (New Series)

Secret Celebrity Renovation

Superfan (New Series)

Tough as Nails

True Lies (New Series)

Michael Chiklis as Dr. Scott Corbett in Accused

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9-1-1: Lone Star

Accused (New Series)

Alert (New Series)

Beat Shazam

Crime Scene Kitchen

Don’t Forget the Lyrics

Fantasy Island

Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars (New Series)

Grimsburg (New Series)

Krapopolis (New Series)



Next Level Chef

Melissa Rauch as Abby Stone, John Larroquette as Dan Fielding in Night Court

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American Auto

The Blacklist

Grand Crew

LA Fire and Rescue (New Series)

Million Dollar Island (New Series)

Night Court (New Series)

That’s My Jam

The Wall

The Wheel (New Series)

The CW

The Flash

Gotham Knights (New Series)

Masters of Illusion

Nancy Drew

Recipe for Disaster (New Series)


Superman & Lois