911 season 7 premieres, Grey's Anatomy returns, and everything on the ABC TV schedule this week

9-1-1 - Key Art. (Disney)
9-1-1 - Key Art. (Disney) /

It's a big week for ABC as 911 is premiering its first season on the network after a successful, six season run on Fox before the procedural hopped networks. Their juggernaut medical drama, Grey's Anatomy, is also landing a milestone season. It's in its 20th year which is a feat in this age of Network TV that's seeing long running series being cancelled before they can reach double digits let alone two decades on air. That's certainly the case for the firefighter drama Station 19 which will begin its final season run this week.

Most of the line-up will be new on ABC except for Tuesdays block. Will Trent, The Rookie, and The Good Doctor will air, but it'll be reruns of their respective season premieres. Now is definitely the time to catch up as the two cop procedurals won't return with new episodes until March 26. But you'll be able to tag along with Dr. Shaun on another case come March 19.

Keep reading for the full schedule before we dive into what you can expect from each new episode coming this week!

Monday, March 11

8 p.m. - The Bachelor (New!)
10:01 p.m. - Bad Romance (New!)

Tuesday, March 12

8 p.m. - Will Trent (Rerun)
9 p.m. - The Rookie (Rerun)
10 p.m. - The Good Doctor (Rerun)

Wednesday, March 13

8 p.m. - The Conners (New!)
8:30 p.m. - Not Dead Yet (New!)
9 p.m. - Abbott Elementary (New!)
9:32 p.m. - Abbott Elementary (Rerun)
10:01 p.m. - Judge Steve Harvey (New!)

Thursday, March 14

8 p.m. - 9-1-1 season 7 premiere
9 p.m. - Grey's Anatomy season 20 premiere
10:01 p.m. - Station 19 season 7 premiere

Friday, March 15

8 p.m. - Shark Tank (New!)
9:01 p.m. - 20/20 (New!)

Sunday, March 16

8 p.m. - American Idol (New!)

THE BACHELOR - "2806" - As hometowns inch closer, Joey feels the pressure to dig deeper, and the women worry about their place in his heart. Will two romantic one-on-ones and an exhilarating group date in Montreal be enough for him to finally let his walls down? MONDAY, FEB. 19 (8:00-10:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (Disney/Jan Thijs)JOEY GRAZIADEI /

The Bachelor heads to Mexico!

Airs: Monday, March 11 at 8 p.m.

We're closing in on the final stretch of Joey's season of The Bachelor. In episode 9, he--along with Daisy, Kelsey A., and Rachel--is off to Tulum, Mexico for a beautiful getaway. But as picturesque as it all is, this is still a dating show and Joey has a big decision to make soon. There's also the fantasy suites to consider, so count on some special guests to pop by. They're described as familiar faces which means they won't be strangers to Bachelor Nation. Perhaps they'll be able to provide some fresh insights and good advice to Joey as he tries to figure out who has his heart and who doesn't.

A former NFL player catches a case in Bad Romance

Airs: Monday, March 11 at 10:01 p.m.

The 20/20 special Bad Romance continues with episode 8, "Death at the Door," which centers on a former NFL player whose pregnant girlfriend is found dead in her apartment. Foul play is certain and, while the police are investigating, it's a wired conversation that puts them hot on the trail of the killer.

THE CONNERS - "When Sisters Collide and The Return of the Grifters" - Darlene crashes Mark's college trivia night to prove how smart she is. Elsewhere, Neville finds out the money he loaned Dan was used for something other than its intended purpose. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 (8:00-8:30 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Disney/Eric McCandless)JAY R. FERGUSON, SARA GILBERT /

The Conners returns with Darlene looking to prove a point

Airs: Wednesday, March 13 at 8 p.m.

"When Sisters Collide and The Return of the Grifters" brings us back to The Conners as Darlene decides to crash her son's college trivia night. The plot is focused on her proving a point, she's smart, too, thank you very much. Education is great, it's essential, but a degree isn't the sole measure of intelligence, it's a marker of opportunity and that's likely the thread holding this storyline together.

Also, Neville is set to learn a lesson in this episode. Or at least he should. When you loan money to someone, there may be a chance that they don't use it for its intended purpose. Either you have to be alright with that once the cash leaves your hands or you choose not to give loans to certain people. That's just how it works. He's going to find this out when he learns the money he gave Dan didn't go to what it was supposed to.

NOT DEAD YET - "Not Solved Yet" - When Nell's latest ghost is convinced that there was foul play involved in his death, Nell is happy to try to investigate until Lexi inserts herself into the case. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 (8:30-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Disney/Temma Hankin)GINA RODRIGUEZ, ROB CORDDRy /

Nell's on the case in the latest episode of Not Dead Yet

Airs: Wednesday, March 13 at 8:30 p.m.

"Not Solved Yet" will see Nell doing her best Nancy Drew impression as she launches into an investigation on behalf of a ghost. He insists that he didn't simply die someone took his life. With an accusation of foul play being on the table of course Nell has to make sure that's not the case. But, she's set to hit a bump in the road when Lexi decides she's going to take part. You've heard of too many chefs in the kitchen but perhaps, in this case, there are too many gum shoes on the trail.

ABBOTT ELEMENTARY - "Librarian" - Janine spearheads a pilot program that brings a librarian to Abbott; however, when friction arises with one of the teachers, it strains Janine's relationships with both parties. Meanwhile, both Melissa and Jacob deal with some big changes at home. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13 (9:00-9:32 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Disney/Gilles Mingasson) SHERYL LEE RALPH, QUINTA BRUNSON, CREE SUMMER /

Cree Summer guest stars this week on Abbott Elementary

Airs: Wednesday, March 13 at 9 p.m.
Rerun: Wednesday, March 13 at 9:32 p.m.

It's a double feature for Abbott Elementary on Wednesday. "Librarian" will see yet another famed guest star make an appearance on the show. This time it's Cree Summer. The legend is known for her voice acting but in this role she looks to be playing the librarian Janine is able to hire for the school through a pilot program she's spearheading for the district. Unfortunately, the new position brings some tension with it.

From the promotional images released, it's possible that Barbara is the one who has the issue. As the kindergarten teacher, story time is likely an integral part of her classroom routine. If that period is given over to the librarian, she won't have that opportunity to bond with the kids via books the way she is used to. Not to mention she won't be in control of the stories they're told or how they are told to them which might rub her the wrong way similarly to how Janine has struggled to be open to the teaching styles of the substitute teachers in charge of her class.

The tension is said to cause a relationship strain between Janine and both women but hopefully they can come to some kind of solution because a librarian is a great addition to Abbott. As for the second storyline in this episode, both Melissa and Jacob will be dealing with changes on the home front. Remember, they're both single Pringles now and they might be starting to feel that.

Abbott Elementary will re-air "Willard R. Abbott" at 9:32 p.m. so if you missed watching it live when it premiered after the Oscars on Sunday, you'll be able to do so Wednesday. The episode sees the school being declared a historical landmark which is exciting to Janine and Ava but Barbara and Melissa aren't as jazzed.

JUDGE STEVE HARVEY - “You Don’t Want This!” Steve Harvey serves as judge, jury and star and must rule on various cases in his courtroom based on good old common sense. Cases feature feuds over a party clown gone rogue, a failed cake delivery, and engagement ring reimbursements. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Erika Doss) STEVE HARVEY /

Court is in session with Judge Steve Harvey

Airs: Wednesday, March 13 at 10:01 p.m.

He doesn't have a J.D. but comedy legend Steve Harvey is judge and jury in this court room show which sees him weighing in on cases with common sense. In this episode, "Don't Get in Grown Folk Business," he'll be presiding over three feuds. Someone has a complaint about a rowdy bird, another dispute involves a shattered phone, and then there's a hoarding situation that's driving a wedge between a married couple.

9-1-1 - "Abandon Ships" - Athena and Bobby set off on their honeymoon cruise, but when duty calls, their vacation is put on hold. Meanwhile, a fighter jet traps a civilian, and an unusual incident leaves a couple stuck together. THURSDAY, MARCH. 14 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Disney/Chris Willard) ANGELA BASSETT, PETER KRAUSE /

911 returns just in time to interrupt Bobby and Athena's vacation

Airs: Thursday, March 14 at 8 p.m.

Finally, 911 season 7 is setting sail and you can bet that the plot is going to be splitting time between keeping up with Athena and Bobby while they try to enjoy their cruise and the 118 as they respond to incident calls. Of course, it can't be all poolside daiquiris and slow dances as we've seen from the trailer that the couple are about to be thrown for a loop by a crew of pirates. Meanwhile, back on the mainland, the 118 have a case involving a fighter jet that has a civilian trapped. And, if that's not enough, there's a call centered on a couple who get stuck together during what's described as an "unusual" incident.

GREY'S ANATOMY - "We've Only Just Begun" - Meredith rethinks her plans after going rogue in last season's finale. The interns are on thin ice following a patient's death, but Simone and Lucas are immediately tested in an emergency. Richard confides in Bailey, and Teddy's fate is revealed. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Disney/Anne Marie Fox) MIDORI FRANCIS, HARRY SHUM JR., NICK TERHO, ADELAIDE KANE, ALEXIS FLOYD /

Grey's Anatomy season 20 picks up right where we left off

Airs: Thursday, March 14 at 9 p.m.

If you've been waiting with bated breath to find out what happens to Teddy, you'll finally get an answer in the season 20 premiere, "We've Only Just Begun." Though if you'd rather not wait until Thursday, check out this spoiler for the milestone debut! The episode will catch us up with the Grey's Anatomy crew the day after the events that unfolded in the season 19 finale which means the interns aren't out of the woods after their patient dies. Also, Simone and Lucas are put to the test while dealing with an emergency, and Richard will be confiding in Bailey.

STATION 19 - "This Woman's Work"- Andy steps into the station's captaincy as Jack's life hangs in the balance. The team is called to a hostage situation. Natasha fights for her career, and Maya and Carina make a choice. THURSDAY, MARCH 14 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Disney/James Clark) JASON WINSTON GEORGE, JAINA LEE ORTIZ /

The Station 19 season 7premiere kick-starts the show's final ride

Airs: Thursday, March 14 at 10:01 p.m.

Can you believe we're on our last season of Station 19? Time has flown and though we're sad to see the show begin its final run, we can't wait to see what the writers and team behind the series has in store for us. "This Woman's Work" puts us right in the action as Andy takes on her new role as station captain. For Jack, the situation is still touch-and-go after his collapse which has left everyone wondering if he'll survive. But there's no time to rest for the crew as the episode features a hostage situation. Meanwhile, Natasha will be fighting for her career, and Maya and Carina have a big decision to make.

Also new this week are Shark Tank with the panel hearing pitches about an app that turns videos into games and a murder mystery experience that's said to be immersive, just to name a few. 20/20 has a new episode as well and American Idol continues making its way through the Audition rounds!

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