With the release of ABC’s 2010-11 schedule comes a whole bunch of preview clips to promote the network’s new shows. On the comedy/reality side, we have short trailers for new fall shows Better Together and Secret Millionaire as well as midseason offerings Happy Endings and Mr. Sunshine. (For clips from ABC’s new comedies, click here.) Targeting me specifically, ABC spread the lovely ladies JoAnna Garcia, Eliza Coupe and Andrea Anders throughout their three new comedies to make sure I’ll watch each one. Check out the clips for yourself, as well as full synopses for each show, after the jump.
ABC officially released their fall schedule this morning, with new programming on most nights. Mondays will stick with the Dancing With the Stars/Castle combo. New dramas No Ordinary Family and Detroit 1-8-7 will bookend the Dancing results show on Tuesdays. The Wednesday night comedy block remains mostly intact save for new laffer Better Together at 8:30, followed by legal procedural The Whole Truth. The buzzed-about hourlong My Generation will lead off Thursday nights, followed by the familiar pair of Shonda Rhimes medical soaps, Private Practice and Grey’s Anatomy. Two new shows unveil on Friday, with the unscripted Secret Millionaire at 8:00 and scripted medical/crime drama Body of Proof at 9:00. Meanwhile, stability is the word on the weekends, with three hours of football on Saturday and not a minute of ABC’s female-friendly Sunday lineup altered from last season. Check out the full schedule after the jump.