ABC shows its new fall lineup

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ABC unveiled 5-1/2 hours of new programming for the 1995-96 prime-time season, including five half-hour comedies and three one-hour dramas. The changes affect every night except for Friday and Sunday. On Monday, ABC will lead into ``Monday Night Football'' with its fledgling ``The Marshall'' series. On Tuesday ``Roseanne'' leads into new comedy ``Hudson Street,'' followed by ``Home Improvement'' and a new time period for ``Coach,'' capping the night with ``NYPD Blue.'' ``Ellen'' leads off Wednesday, followed by a new comedy, ``The Drew Carey Show,'' then ``Grace Under Fire,'' the new ``Wilde Again'' comedy and ``Primetime Live.'' Thursday is an all-new drama block of three one-hour series: ``Charlie Grace,'' ``The Monroes'' and a Steven Bochco legal drama, ``Murder One.'' New back-to-back comedies ``Maybe This Time'' and ``Somewhere In America'' lead into ``The ABC Family Movie'' on Saturday nights.

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