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[03/24/23 - 10:01 AM]
ABC Announces Summer 2023 Premiere Dates as the Network Leads the Season as No. 1 in Entertainment
On Monday, May 8, "Jeopardy! Masters," the latest iteration of America's Favorite Quiz Show hosted by the "GOAT" Ken Jennings, begins its three-week tournament and will crown its champion on Wednesday, May 24.

[11/07/22 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Monday, November 7
Updates include: Sasheer Zamata cast in "Agatha: Coven of Chaos" at Disney+; Clémence Poésy, Adam Nagaitis tapped for the Norman Reedus-led "The Walking Dead" spin-off; and Dave Foley is bound for FX's "Fargo."

[09/27/22 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 27
Updates include: Netflix nixes "Grendel" TV series mid-production; Apple's "Sugar" fills out cast; and Jennifer Ehle boards "1923" at Paramount+.

[05/18/22 - 06:12 AM]
Disney Television Studios Lands Five New Broadcast Series; Seventeen Series Return
The studio produced the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7 and three of the season's Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs.

[05/17/22 - 10:00 AM]
ABC Unveils 2022-2023 Fall Primetime Schedule
Highlights include two nights of "Bachelor in Paradise" on Mondays and Tuesdays, plus the debut of "Celebrity Jeopardy!" on Sundays.

[05/13/22 - 12:48 PM]
ABC Renews Five Scripted, Five Unscripted Series for the 2022-23 Season
"Big Sky," "The Conners," "Home Economics," "A Million Little Things," "The Wonder Years" are due back, as are "American Idol, "America's Funniest Home Videos," "The Bachelor, "Celebrity Wheel of Fortune" and "Shark Tank."

[05/06/22 - 11:51 PM]
Development Update: Friday, May 6
Updates include: ABC cancels freshman dramas "Promised Land," "Queens"; Andrea Savage cast in "Tulsa King" at Paramount+; and Fred Savage fired from "The Wonder Years" following an investigation into inappropriate conduct.

[11/10/21 - 08:30 AM]
ABC's "The Wonder Years" Series Debut Jumps to a 2.56 Rating in Adults 18-49 After 35 Days of Viewing Across All Platforms
"The Wonder Years" soared to 8.0 million Total Viewers after 35 days of multiplatform viewing, marking an increase of +4.8 million viewers and a lift of +150% over its Live+Same Day average.

[11/02/21 - 11:34 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, November 2
Updates include: Matt Dillon among those cast in Apple's "High Desert"; Brett Dalton lands recurring role on NBC's "Chicago Fire"; and "Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin" taps nine to recur.

[11/01/21 - 11:00 AM]
ABC Announces First Wave of 2021-2022 Midseason Premiere Dates
"Abbott Elementary," "black-ish," "The Bachelor" and "Promised Land" are among the latest additions.

[10/28/21 - 12:01 PM]
ABC Delivers a Lineup of Joy and Cheer with Festive Holiday Programming
A sparkling new season of "The Great Christmas Light Fight" also returns, along with news of a season 10 pickup for 2022.

[10/26/21 - 10:01 AM]
ABC Picks Up "The Wonder Years," "Home Economics" for Full Seasons
The network confirmed the news on social media this morning.

[10/19/21 - 11:25 AM]
ABC Wednesday Comedies Up Week to Week
"The Wonder Years" built over the prior week by 7% in Total Viewers (3.2 million vs. 3.0 million) and held even week to week among Adults 18-49 (0.6/4).

[10/01/21 - 03:15 PM]
"The Wonder Years" Scores Biggest MP+7 Numbers for ABC Comedy Debut in Two Years
Across linear and streaming platforms, "The Wonder Years" premiere episode reached 13 million Total Viewers.

[09/27/21 - 03:33 PM]
"The Wonder Years" Ranks as No. 1 New Series Debut This Season
With 3 days of viewing across linear and digital platforms, the series debut of "The Wonder Years" spiked to a 1.55 rating among Adults 18-49.

[09/23/21 - 01:00 PM]
New on Hulu: Fall TV Premieres Available Next Day
The streamer recaps its new and returning offerings from ABC, FOX and NBC.

[08/26/21 - 03:16 PM]
"The Wonder Years" Takes ABC's Comedy Lineup Down Memory Lane with Original Cast Takeover on Wednesday, Oct. 13
The night of nostalgia will kick off with a guest appearance by Dan Lauria (Jack Arnold) on "The Goldbergs," followed by a nod to the iconic theme song originally covered by Joe Cocker in the all-new "The Wonder Years."

[07/29/21 - 11:48 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, July 29
Updates include: BET+ greenlights "Real Husbands of Hollywood" revival; ITV pulls the plug on "The X Factor"; and Hulu's "Woke" has suspended production indefinitely.

[07/15/21 - 09:00 AM]
ABC Announces Fall Premiere Dates for 2021-2022 Season
Newcomers include "The Wonder Years" on Wednesday, September 22 and "Queens" on Tuesday, October 19.

[05/24/21 - 11:23 PM]
Development Update: Monday, May 24
Updates include: The CW gives status on remaining pilots; Hiroyuki Sanada, Cosmo Jarvis to lead "Shogun" limited series; and Catalina Sandino Moreno cast in Epix's "From."

[05/18/21 - 01:06 PM]
Disney Television Studios Lands Seven New Broadcast Series; Seventeen Series Return
DTS produced the No. 1 scripted series on three of the four broadcast networks as well as three of the Top 5 scripted series in L7 and four of the season's Top 10 broadcast entertainment programs.

[05/18/21 - 07:30 AM]
ABC Unveils 2021-2022 Primetime Slate Featuring Distinctive New Original Content and Fan Favorites
Fall will see the debuts of comedy "The Wonder Years" and drama "Queens."

[05/14/21 - 01:43 PM]
ABC Orders "Queens," "Maggie," "The Wonder Years" and "Abbott Elementary" to Series
The network also releases the first images of the newcomers.

[03/26/21 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 26
Updates include: 20th Television mulls "Ally McBeal" limited series revival; George R.R. Martin signs new overall deal with HBO; and Don Cheadle to narrate ABC's "The Wonder Years" reboot series pilot.

[03/24/21 - 11:18 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 24
Updates include: Disney+ greenlights "National Treasure" TV series; Alexander Siddig boards Apple's "Shantaram"; and David Duchovny brings "Truly Like Lightning" to Showtime.

[03/18/21 - 11:51 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 18
Updates include: Canadian import "Burden of Truth" to sign off after four seasons; Dulé Hill cast in ABC's "The Wonder Years" reboot pilot; and Matthew McConaughey in talks to return for "A Time to Kill" sequel TV series at HBO.

[03/15/21 - 11:22 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 15
Updates include: NBC cancels "World of Dance" after four seasons; Kingsley Ben-Adir cast in "Secret Invasion" at Marvel Studios; and Elisha "EJ" Williams to lead "The Wonder Years" reboot at ABC.

[03/04/21 - 11:52 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 4
Updates include: NBC locks in cast of "La Brea"; Sarah Niles tapped for Apple's "Ted Lasso"; and Edie Falco to play Hillary Clinton in FX's "Impeachment: American Crime Story."

[01/29/21 - 11:19 PM]
Development Update: Friday, January 29
Updates include: ABC greenlights five pilots, including "The Wonder Years" reboot; Joel Kinnaman joins HBO's "In Treatment" revival; and HBO Max fills out cast of "Verbatim" pilot.

[07/08/20 - 11:33 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, July 8
Updates include: Quibi renews "Most Dangerous Game"; ABC eyes reboot of "The Wonder Years"; and FOX's "Blood Relative" casts trio.







WONDER YEARS, THE (ABC)
Returns Wednesday, June 14
BROADCAST HISTORY:
9/22/21 - ???
STATUS:
returning this summer (yet to premiere)
TIME SLOT:
wednesdays from 9:00 PM-9:30 PM EST
CURRENT SEASON:
2 (??? episodes)
VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE
DESCRIPTION:
(from ABC's web site, September 2021) Inspired by the beloved award-winning series of the same name, "The Wonder Years" is a coming-of-age story set in the late 1960s that takes a nostalgic look at a black middle-class family in Montgomery, Alabama, through the point of view of imaginative 12-year-old Dean. With the wisdom of his adult years, Dean's hopeful and humorous recollections show how his family found their "wonder years" in a turbulent time. "The Wonder Years" stars Don Cheadle, narrating the series as Adult Dean Williams, Elisha "EJ" Williams as Dean Williams, Dulé Hill as Bill Williams, Saycon Sengbloh as Lillian Williams, Laura Kariuki as Kim Williams, Julian Lerner as Brad Hitman, Amari O'Neil as Cory Long and Milan Ray as Keisa Clemmons. Saladin Patterson serves as writer and executive producer. Lee Daniels and Marc Velez of Lee Daniels Entertainment also executive produce along with original series star, Fred Savage. The series is produced by 20th Television, a part of Disney Television Studios. The pilot episode is written by Saladin Patterson and directed by Fred Savage.
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Amari O'Neil as Cory Long
· Don Cheadle as Adult Dean Williams (Voice)
· Dulé Hill as Bill Williams
· Elisha "EJ" Williams as Dean Williams
· Julian Lerner as Brad Hitman
· Laura Kariuki as Kim Williams
· Milan Ray as Keisa Clemmons
· Saycon Sengbloh as Lillian Williams
CREW INFORMATION:
· Carol Black as CRTR (Original Series)
· Fred Savage as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Lee Daniels as EP
· Marc Velez as EP
· Neal Marlens as CRTR (Original Series)
· Saladin K. Patterson as CRTR/EP
GENRE(S):
· based on a tv series
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· 20th Television
· Lee Daniels Entertainment