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ABC fall 2017 lineup: ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ spinoff, ‘Good Doctor,’ more

Nick Viall and fiancee Vanessa Grimaldi in Season

Nick Viall and fiancee Vanessa Grimaldi in Season 21's Finland finale. ABC this fall debuts "The Bachelor Winter Games," in which past franchise contestants compete in winter-themed sports challenges. Credit: ABC / Terhi Tuovinen

ABC will spin off series from three franchises next season — “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Bachelor” and “Dancing With the Stars” — and add yet another Marvel-based drama, the network announced Tuesday.

The “Grey’s” spinoff will be set in a Seattle firehouse, with characters introduced on the flagship series next season. In addition, “The Bachelor Winter Games” will cast past contestants in a series with “winter-themed athletic challenges — including the toughest sport of all, love.”

Then this: “Dancing With the Stars Junior” will “pair celebrity kids and kids of celebrities with professional junior ballroom dancers.” No airdates set, but the reality series will premiere next year.

ABC executives also said the network will air a live comedy special produced by Jimmy Kimmel and Justin Theroux featuring comics reading scripts from classic sitcoms.

Here’s the fall lineup:

Monday: “Dancing With the Stars” (8); “The Good Doctor” (10), with Freddie Highmore as a surgeon with autism and savant syndrome.

Tuesday: “The Middle” (8); “Fresh Off the Boat” (8:30); “black-ish” (9); “The Mayor” (9:30), about a rapper (Brandon Micheal Hall) who becomes mayor (it’s produced by Daveed Diggs of “Hamilton”); “The Gospel of Kevin” (10), with Jason Ritter and JoAnna Garcia Swisher, about a guy on a mission to save the world.

Wednesday: “The Goldbergs” (8); “Speechless (8:30); “Modern Family” (9); “American Housewife” (9:30); “Designated Survivor” (10).

Thursday: “Grey’s Anatomy” (8); “Scandal” (9); “How to Get Away With Murder” (10).

Friday: “Once Upon a Time” (8); “Marvel’s Inhumans” (9), about Black Bolt (Anson Mount) — he with the very loud voice — and his family of “Inhumans”; “20/20” (10).

Saturday: College football

Sunday: “America’s Funniest Home Videos” (7); “To Tell the Truth” (8); “Shark Tank” (9); “Ten Days in the Valley” (10), with Kyra Sedgwick as a news producer whose child goes missing.

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