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2009 ABC Fall TV Premiere Dates

by Andrew Scott, posted Jun 10th 2009 11:30AM
Grey's AnatomyMark your calendars: On Sat., Sept. 5, ABC will officially debut its 2009 fall TV schedule, launching a full month's worth of series premieres ('Cougar Town'; 'The Middle'; 'Flash Foward'), along with the return of favorites like 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Desperate Housewives' and the much-anticipated 9th season of 'Dancing With the Stars.'

Want to know when to save the date? Check out ABC's full schedule, including show titles, times and dates, after the jump.Grey's AnatomyMark your calendars: On Sat., Sept. 5, ABC will officially debut its 2009 fall TV schedule, launching a full month's worth of series premieres ('Cougar Town'; 'The Middle'; 'Flash Foward'), along with the return of favorites like 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Desperate Housewives' and the much-anticipated 9th season of 'Dancing With the Stars.'

Want to know when to save the date? Check out ABC's full schedule, including show titles, times and dates, listed below.

Sat., Sept. 5
8-11:30PM: 'Saturday Night Football'

Fri., Sept. 11
10-11PM: '20/20'

Mon., Sept. 21
8-10PM: 'Dancing With the Stars'
10-11PM: 'Castle'

Tue., Sept. 22
8-10PM 'Dancing With the Stars' (special two-hour episode)
10-11PM: 'The Forgotten'

Wed., Sept. 23
8-9PM: 'Dancing With the Stars: The Results Show' (special day and time)
9-9:30PM: 'Modern Family'
9:30-10PM: 'Cougar Town'


Thu., Sept. 24
8-9PM: 'Flash Forward'
9-10PM: 'Grey's Anatomy'

Sun., Sept. 27
7-9PM: 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' (two-hour premiere)
9-10PM: 'Desperate Housewives'

Tue., Sept. 29
8-9PM: 'Shark Tank'
9-10PM: 'Dancing With the Stars: The Results Show' (at its regular day and time)

Wed., Sept. 30
8-8:30PM: 'Hank'
8:30-9PM: 'The Middle'

Sun., Oct. 4
7-8PM: 'America's Funniest Home Videos'

Fri., Oct. 9
8-10PM: 'Ugly Betty' (two-hour premiere)

Fri., Oct. 16
8-9PM: 'Supernanny'

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