The TV Fall line ups continue to be released and It's ABC's turn. Hits like "Modern family" will return and many new shows will be added. 

ABC is not bringing back "666 Park Avenue", "Body of Proof", "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23", "Family Tools", "Happy Endings", "How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)", "Last Resort", "Malibu Country", "Private Practice", "Red Widow" and "Zero Hour".

The shows they are bringing back include:  "20/20", "America's Funniest Home Videos", "The Bachelor", "The Bachelorette", "Castle", "Dancing with the Stars", "Grey's Anatomy", "Last Man Standing", "The Middle","Modern Family", "Nashville", "The Neighbors", "Once Upon a Time", "Revenge", "Scandal", "Shark Tank","Suburgatory" and "The Taste".

Here is a list of the new shows ABC will be adding.

Back in the Game":  A sitcom about a divorced single mom, who "reluctantly moves back in with her estranged father, who's a former baseball player." She starts coaching her sons little league team and gets back into sports.

 "Betrayal":  Basically a woman cheats on her husband only to find out the man she cheated with is the lawyer going against her lawyer husband in a high profile case.

"The Goldbergs":  A sitcom about an "in-your-face mother" and a "hot-tempered father" who are raising three kids in the 1980s.

"Killer Women":  A drama about the only female member of the Texas Rangers . . . the law enforcement agency.

"Lucky 7":  A drama about seven gas station employees in New York who win a multi-million-dollar lottery jackpot.

"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.":  The first live-action TV show set in "The Avengers" universe.  Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) is the lead even though as my 9 year old daughter put it "Loki killed him!"

"Mind Games":  A "quirky," confusing drama starring Christian Slater and Steve Zahn as brothers, who start an agency that solves people's problems. Will the Slater curse finally be broken? The man has had more new shows than anyone I know.

"Mixology":  A sitcom about "a group of 10 singles looking for love at a Manhattan bar over the course of a single night."

 "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland":  A spin-off of "Once Upon a Time" that is focused on "Alice in Wonderland".

"The Quest":  A fantasy reality show where competitors engage in various challenges in, quote, "a land of magic and malevolence, where mythical creatures lurk in the woods, agents of darkness stir in the shadows, and mystical beings infiltrate the keep."  I'll admit it I am going to watch this.

"Resurrection":  A supernatural thriller set in a small town, where dead people begin showing up on their loved ones' doorsteps, looking exactly like they did on the day they died.

"Super Fun Night":  A sitcom starring Rebel Wilson from "Bridesmaids" about some female friends who like to have fun on Friday nights.

"Trophy Wife":  A comedy about a "reformed party girl" who suddenly becomes a "trophy wife," after marrying a divorced man with three manipulative children.