“Black-ish” is back with a new date and time. The ABC comedy previously aired on Wednesdays at 8 p.m., but will be moving its schedule when it returns for Season 4. The new season debuts on Tuesday at 9 p.m. and will continue to air during this timeslot.

Along with a new spot on the ABC primetime schedule, there will be a few other changes for the series. One, being that there’s the new addition to the Johnson family, baby Devanté, who was born at the end of Season 3 amid Bow’s (Tracee Ellis Ross) pregnancy complications.

Another being that we might just see a little less of Zoey Johnson (Yara Shahidi) on the series as her character makes its way over to her spinoff series, “Grown-ish,” on Freeform. The new show will follow Zoey as she heads off to college to make her own way in the world. It will also star Trevor Jackson, Francia Raisa and Chloe and Halle Bailey.

But, before “Grown-ish” premieres in 2018, there’s still a lot of fun and laughter to be had while watching Season 4 of “Black-ish.” And fans will be able to get started with all of that with its season premiere on Tuesday, “Juneteenth.”

“The Johnsons go to Jack (Miles Brown) and Diane’s (Marsai Martin) school play about Columbus Day, and Dre (Anthony Anderson) is dismayed by the historically inaccurate way that the holiday is portrayed,” ABC reveals about the episode. “He feels like there aren’t enough black holidays, so he enlists Aloe Blacc at work to help him create a catchy song to raise awareness for a holiday worth celebrating, Juneteenth.”

The episode will guest star musician Aloe Blacc as himself and will feature his original music, as well as music from The Roots, Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Peter Saji and Dave Frishberg.

This use of music within the episode will help make a smooth transition from last season, as the last time we saw the Johnsons, during the Season 3 finale in May, they were celebrating Devanté’s birth with a baby shower in the hospital featuring a personalized performance of “Just a Friend” by Biz Markie. Now, Aloe Blacc will be in the Season 4 premiere ready to lend his musical talents to help out the Johnson family.

There will also be two original musical numbers featuring Dre, Bow and their whole family that’s produced by guest star Fonzworth Bentley.

The show’s trailer suggests that there will be other new things to come for the Johnson family as it calls this a new beginning for them. But, some things will never change. “Maybe your dad will behave,” Bow says to Jack and Diane in the episode’s promo.

“You don’t really believe that,” Jack replies.

To that, all Bow can do is be truthful and agree and say, “I don’t.”

Fans will just have to tune in to the Season 4 premiere, “Juneteenth,” which was directed by Anton Cropper and written by Peter Saji, to see just how badly behaved Dre will be. The episode will premiere on ABC on Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT.