List of programs broadcast by American Broadcasting Company

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The following is a list of programs currently running, or to be released on ABC.

Current programming[edit]

Ellen Pompeo - star of the drama series Grey's Anatomy
Sofia Vergara - star of the sitcom Modern Family
ABC has been the exclusive broadcast TV home of the NBA (including the NBA Finals) since 2002.



Awards shows/beauty pageants[edit]

Late night[edit]

Movie presentations[edit]

News and information (under the ABC News banner)[edit]


Saturday morning (under the Litton's Weekend Adventure banner)[17][edit]

Soap opera[edit]

Sports (under the ESPN on ABC banner)[edit]

Professional basketball:

College football:



  • Wimbledon (replayed coverage from ESPN), which includes:
    • The Gentlemen's Finals
    • The Ladies' Finals

Auto Racing:

Action Sports:

Little League baseball:

Sports Anthology:

Talk shows[edit]

Future programming[edit]



  • The Real O'Neals

See also[edit]

Former programming[edit]

Action/adventure series[edit]


Drama series[edit]

Science fiction series[edit]


Game shows[edit]


News/information programming[edit]

Primetime animation[edit]

Reality/non-scripted programming[edit]

Saturday morning[edit]


Soap operas/daytime serials[edit]


Sunday morning[edit]

Talk shows[edit]

Variety series[edit]


See also[edit]


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  17. ^ Although it officially is not part of ABC's network programming and is formatted similarly to a syndication package, the Litton's Weekend Adventure block airs exclusively on local ABC stations.
  18. ^ Rice, Lynette (April 14, 2011). "ABC cancels 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live,' replaces soaps with lifestyle shows". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved January 26, 2014.