The new season of the hit sitcom “The Office” is scheduled to premiere on NBC on March 28.
The first season of “The Great Indoors” will debut on ABC on March 27.
“The Neighbors,” which is produced by Fox, will debut in early April.
“Parks and Recreation” is set to return to NBC in late 2018.
“Modern Family” will return to CBS on April 12.
“Scandal” will premiere on CBS on June 30.
“Arrow” will air on the CW in early 2019.
The season finale of “Modern Friends” is slated for early 2019, with “Gotham” and “The Flash” to follow in early 2020.
“Legends of Tomorrow” will be the first DC Comics TV series to air in the fall.
“DC Super Hero Girls” is the first superhero television show to air on CBS in 2019.
“Bones” will launch in the spring.
“Grimm” is returning to NBC for a fifth season.
“Nashville” is being revived with a new episode on July 6.
“NCIS: New Orleans” will continue to air for a sixth season.
ABC has picked up “The Middle,” “The Originals,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Scorpion” and more.
“Once” is a CBS Original Drama series.
“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” will not return to ABC, but will air as a series in the Fall on the network.
ABC’s “Once in a Lifetime” will follow the lives of four women who were once married but now have children together.
“I Love Lucy” will have its fourth season debut on CBS.
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” will return in 2019 on ABC.
“Agents of S, S.A.T.I.” is the latest drama series to premiere with its fifth season debut.
“Grey’s Anatomy” will also premiere with a fifth year premiere on ABC in 2019, and it will be followed by the new season premiere of “Grey.”
“Scream Queens” will begin its second season on ABC after its third season on CBS and follow with its fourth year premiere in 2019; “Scars” will resume its fifth and final season on NBC in 2020.