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ABC's Fall Schedule Announcement: A snap judgment

Maybe Olivia Pope needs to do some damage control for ABC, which brought back only two of the 10 shows it premiered last season. At the network’s upfront presentation on Tuesday, Kerry Washington appeared in a pre-taped clip as her character from Scandal, and offered advice to Anne Sweeney, the president of Disney/ABC Television Group, alongside Jimmy Kimmel. Discussing the problem of Dancing With the Stars, which took a ratings dip this season, Kimmel quipped, “For one thing, they’re not really stars.” There aren’t a ton of stars in ABC’s new lineup, either — but there are a whole lot of new shows. So if you can’t find something to watch between the comic-book blockbuster Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,¬†the soapy infidelity thriller Betrayal, and almost a dozen other projects, don’t go crying to Olivia. She’s already preparing to slam down the phone and tell you, “It’s handled!”


MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
Genius biochemists, martial arts experts, and regular mortal nerds, prepare to program your DVRs, because the geek pedigree here is so strong, you’d need extra-thick coke-bottle glasses to read it. Executive producer Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Marvel’s The Avengers) has tapped Clark Gregg to reprise his feature film role as Agent Phil Coulson, the leader of an exclusive team of scary men in dark suits known as S.H.I.E.L.D. who investigate unexplained mysteries around the world. Other things to look forward to? Agent Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen) dislocating some kneecaps. Agent Leo Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) flying adorable little sci-fi miniplanes. Agent Jemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) constantly marveling at some scientific creation or another. (“It’s not of this Earth!”) Agent Grant Ward (Brett Dalton) perfecting his “I’m a very handsome man, and I don’t have time for this nonsense” smirk. And you, super-excited Marvel fan, losing your mind just a little.

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Fox's comedy 'Breaking In': What will season 2 with Megan Mullally look like? -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

After being canceled last May and then revived in August, Fox’s comedy Breaking In is finally returning for its second season on March 6 at 9:30 p.m.

There are changes afoot for the show’s reappearance: Most notably, Will & Grace alum — and comedy MVP this season, thanks to turns on series like¬†Parks and Recreation, Up All Night, and Happy Endings — Megan Mullally has joined the cast as the new head of Contra Security. There are changes to the story, too: New episodes of Breaking In focus less on the capers that defined the first season and more of the antics in and around Contra, making the show more of an office comedy.

Getting impatient for its return? Lucky for you, EW has an exclusive first look video that delves into what’s happening in season 2, as explained by castmembers Mullally, Christian Slater, Bret Harrison, Alphonso McAuley, and Erin Richards. Enjoy here:

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