Many television shows are on the way of inauguration from the ABC network and lots are in the store already. Many of your favorite TV stars can be seen in the shows performing with excellence as usual. ABC, American Broadcasting Company, being the commercial broadcasting network of America is a part of Disney-ABC Television Group, solely owned by The Walt Disney Company. It is the largest broadcaster in the world by revenue and is well known for its television shows.
Here are the some of the upcoming television shows of ABC network:
Last Resort – This is an American military drama which is created by Shawn Ryan and produced by Sony Pictures Television. It is about the crew of U.S. nuclear submarine whose commanding officer refuses the orders of launching the missile towards Pakistan, without any confirmation of explanation. Further, they are declared enemies of their own country and then the actual drama begins. The show will be on-air on 8 pm Thursday in Eastern and 7 pm in Central. The premier is expected on 27th September, 2012.
Family Tools – This is a story which revolves around a man who is forced to put aside his dreams and way of life and take over his family business from his father. He is expected to sustain the success, his father achieved when he was in business. This series is created by Mark Gordon and Bobby Bowman and is produced by ABC Studios and ITV Studios. It will air on Tuesdays at 8.30.
Malibu County – This story is about Reba who is cheated by her rock star husband. It revolves around her life in Malibu County where she moves with her three kids and mother after getting divorced with her husband. The series is created by Dave Stewart and is expected to premiere on 2nd November, 2012 at 8.30 pm ET. It stars Reba McEntire who is also its producer.
666 Park Avenue – Created by David Wilcox, it is a story of a Manhattan building complex where a couple moves and starts experiencing the demonic mysterious force and supernatural power. It is scheduled to air on 10 pm on Sundays in Eastern and 9 pm in Central. Some of these are on air on weekly or daily basis and some are yet to be broadcasted.