Grey's Anatomy fans, mark your calendars!
Five months after the beloved ABC series aired its season 16 finale, a premiere date has been set for the show's return. The network announced on Thursday that season 17 will start on Thursday, Nov. 12, with a two-hour premiere.
In April, the longest-running primetime medical drama wrapped with super-sad lows — including Richard's cobalt poisoning diagnosis and Andrew's meltdown — and one very big high when Amelia and Link became proud parents of a baby boy. And last week, star Ellen Pompeo posted the first photos from set since COVID-19 shut down production early.
Along with the return of Grey's, ABC also unveiled the premiere dates for other dramas in the 2020-21 season, including The Good Doctor (season 4), Station 19 (season 4), For Life (season 2), A Million Little Things (season 3), and newcomer Big Sky.
The new thriller series — from creator David E. Kelley — follows private detectives Cassie Dewell and Cody Hoyt, who join forces with his estranged wife and ex-cop, Jenny Hoyt, to search for two sisters that have been kidnapped by a truck driver on a remote Montana highway. But when they discover that these are not the only girls who have disappeared in the area, they must race against time to stop the killer before another woman is abducted.
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See the list of premiere dates below.
The Good Doctor
Monday, Nov. 2 from 10-11 p.m. ET
Thursday, Nov. 12 from 8-9 p.m. ET
Thursday, Nov. 12 from 9-11 p.m. ET
Tuesday, Nov. 17 from 10-11 p.m. ET
Wednesday, Nov. 18 from 10-11 p.m. ET
A Million Little Things
Thursday, Nov. 19 from 10-11 p.m. ET
Earlier this week, PEOPLE revealed an exclusive look at ABC's teaser for The Bachelorette, with host Chris Harrison telling Bachelorette Clare Crawley that she has "blown up" the show. In early August, multiple sources confirmed to PEOPLE that Tayshia Adams had replaced Crawley as the Bachelorette after the latter fell in love with one of her original suitors when the COVID-19 pandemic delayed production in March.