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ABC’s Cast From The Past To Grace Its New Shows This Week

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This week, ABC primetime reunite it’s cast members and creative teams from epochal television shows and films in “Cast from the Past Week.” .The gathering will, in fact, begin on Monday, October 7. The eclat atmosphere will showcase popular actors and behind-the-scenes creative persons from “Blues Brothers 2000”, “The Drew Carey Show,” “Charmed,” “Cheers,” “Castle,” “Crazy Rich Asians,”  “Girlfriends,” “House,” “Think Like a Man” and “Wet Hot American Summer.”

 “Cast from the Past Week” On ABC

“Cast from the Past Week” would be an illustrious week-long event. As well-known characters reunite with former castmates on ABC dramas and comedies. As a matter of fact, Dan Aykroyd will be on the October 8 episode of The Conners, reuniting Blues Brothers 2000 co-star John Goodman. Moreover, on October 13, Seamus Deaver and Jon Huertas reunite with their Castle mate Nathan Fillion on The Rookie. And, Jerry Ferrara will be a guest on A Million Little Things, to meet his Think Like a Man castmate Romany Malco.

Previously, notable networks have utilized themed interims to promote their telecasts., However, this trend is faded in recent years and audiences are more comfortable with their preferred schedules. Once again, ABC is reviving the keynoted course via “Cast From the Past Week”. Moreover, the network is also procuring this stye to blaze up the shows premiered or ready to premiere this fall.

ABC Fall Shows

ABC fall lineup for the 2019-2020 TV season, in fact, has much more to offer.  Three new scripted series are all set for the fall show like Stumptown; Emergence, and the black-ish comedy spinoff mixed-ish. Fresh seasons of Top shows like Grey’s AnatomyA Million Little ThingsThe Good Doctor and the signature show, The Conners, along with the most awaited 11th and final season of Modern Family will colorcast on ABC this fall. Moreover, New dramas United We FallThe Baker and the Beauty, and For Life, are also scheduled for mid-season.

New Shows On ABC

Show: Stumptown

The Stumptown TV show follows the Stumptown graphic novel series featuring Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders)—an army veteran with complex love life, debt, and responsibility of his brother living in Portland, Oregon. Stumptown, coming WEDNESDAYS to ABC this fall.

Show: Emergence

Emergence is a story of a police chief who finds a child near the site of an obscured accident. The child, in fact, has lost his memory. The whole investigation is nothing but an unbelievable conspiracy. Emergence premiered on ABC on TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 24.

Show: Kids Say the Darndest Things

Comedy icon, Tiffany Haddish is hosting and producing the classic variety show Kids Say the Darndest Things. It is, basically, a nation-wide mix of in-studio segments and taped pieces presented in front of a live studio audience. The voices of innocent kids are the most enchanting part of the show. Kids Say the Darndest Things premieres SUNDAY OCTOBER 6  on ABC.

Show: “The Baker and the Beauty”

Daniel Garcia is working in a bakery owned by his Cuban family. Once, he meets Noa Hamilton, an international fashion celebrity and everything, thus, changed. This mismatched couple and their culture clash will bring something really dramatic for the viewers.

Hence ABC offered an amazing treat of new shows, as well as upcoming seasons, and the Cast From The Past Week gathering and the participants are honoring the fall shows with their grace.

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