Here are the start dates for new and returning shows on the Big Four. (The CW has yet to announce any changes to its midseason lineup.)
The Bachelor (season premiere, ABC)
V (season premiere, ABC)
Live to Dance (series premiere, CBS) Live to Dance on CBS is Paula Abdul’s new competition show that awards $500,000 to the top hoofer.
The Biggest Loser: Couples (season premiere, NBC)
Wipeout (season premiere, ABC)
The Cape (series premiere, NBC) The Cape is about a wrongly accused cop who dons a cape and mask to fight corruption.
Bob’s Burgers (series premiere, Fox) Bob’s Burgers is a new animated comedy about a man, his family, and a burger joint.
Off the Map (series premiere, ABC)
Harry’s Law (series premiere, NBC) Harry’s Law is a new legal drama starring Kathy Bates.
American Idol (season premiere, Fox)
Parks and Recreation (season premiere, NBC)
Perfect Couples (series premiere, NBC) Perfect Couples has been described as depicting “the misadventures of three engaging couples as they struggle to find out what makes the ideal relationship — and how to maintain it through humorous trial-and-error.”
The Chicago Code (series premiere, Fox) The Chicago Code (formerly Ride-Along) is a new police drama from creator Shawn Ryan that stars Jason Clark (Brotherhood) and Jennifer Beals (Lie to Me).
Mixed Signals (series premiere, Fox) Mixed Signals is a relationship comedy that stars David Denman (The Office), Nelson Franklin (I Love You, Man), and Kris Marshall (Human Target).
Mr. Sunshine (series premiere, ABC) Mr. Sunshine stars Matthew Perry as a self-absorbed manager of a San Diego sports arena.
Survivor (season premiere, CBS)
The Event (show returns from hiatus, NBC)
Celebrity Apprentice (season premiere, NBC)
The Marriage Ref (season premiere, NBC)
America’s Next Great Restaurant (series premiere, NBC) America’s Next Great Restaurant is an elimination competition in which the winner will earn his or her own restaurant chain.
Body of Proof (series premiere, ABC) Body of Proof stars Dana Delany as a neurosurgeon who’s forced to make a career change after a car accident prevents her from running to the emergency room.
Breaking In (series premiere, Fox) Breaking In (working title) is a workplace comedy based at a high-tech security firm.
Happy Endings (series premiere, ABC) Happy Endings features Elisha Cuthbert (24) as a gal who breaks up with her fiancée (Zach Knighton of FlashForward) on their wedding day.