ABC Sets Return of ‘What Would You Do?’ for December

Net also lines up 'Killer Women' for January

John Quinones What Would You Do
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ABC has slotted hidden-camera series “What Would You Do?” to fill the 10 p.m. Tuesday hour, starting Dec. 3, according to the net’s website.

The slot was vacated in October by “Lucky 7,” the lottery-winner drama that aired just twice before getting canceled. ABC aired repeats of “Scandal” and “Shark Tank” in the time period through October and is airing specials and the finale of “Dancing With the Stars” to air in the hour this month.

“What Would You Do,” fronted by John Quinones of ABC News, was a solid performer for ABC when it aired on Fridays. The show premiered in February 2008.

ABC is expected to announce some midseason sked moves soon, and on Sunday night during “Revenge,” it promoted new drama “Killer Women” as “coming in January” for eight episodes. No premiere date was announced, but one possibility is Wednesday at 10 p.m., where it could air while “Nashville” takes a break.

“Killer Women,” starring Tricia Helfer as a Texas Ranger, is from executive producer Sofia Vergara (“Modern Family”) and created by Hannah Shakespeare (“The Raven”).