Summer staple The Bachelorette, starring Clare Crawley, is joining Dancing with the Stars and spring hit Who Wants to be a Millionaire on ABC's fall lineup that will depend on mostly unscripted series due to the coronavirus pandemic. ABC is also breaking up its Tuesday-night comedy block, with The Conners moving to Wedensday, where it will lead into Kyra Sedgwick's Call Your Mother. The Goldbergs will continue kicking off Wednesday nights with American Housewife. The Bachelorette is scheduled to air on Tuesdays, followed by David E. Kelley's Big Sky at 10 p.m. Leslie Jones’ Supermarket Sweep will air on Sundays. Black-ish and spinoff prequel Mixed-ish, For Life, The Bachelor and American Idol will air at midseason. "I'm hopeful it's fall," ABC Enertainment president Karey Burke says of her fall schedule. "This will be our schedule whenever we're able to get back in production and get on the air. It's our sliding schedule. That said, I'm cautiously optimistic that we'll be able to return these shows if not in mid-September, late-September or early October."