ABC just released its midseason premiere dates. The alphabet network announced dates for several returning shows such as “Designated Survivor” and “Once Upon A Time” as well as premiere dates for new series “Time After Time” and “Imaginary Mary.”

“Once Upon A Time” Season 6 returns on Sunday, March 5 at 8 p.m. EST and “Designated Survivor” returns with the second half of Season 1 on Wednesday, March 8 at 10 p.m. “The Catch” Season 2 premieres on Thursday, March 9 at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.

Below is the complete schedule (all times listed are in EST):

Thursday, Jan. 26

8 p.m. -- “Grey’s Anatomy

9 p.m. -- “Scandal” Season 6 premiere

10 p.m. – “How To Get Away With Murder

Monday, Feb. 27 to Thursday, March 2

9 p.m. -- “When We Rise” (two hours)

Sunday, March 5

8 p.m. -- “Once Upon A Time”

9 p.m. -- “Time After Time” (two-hour premiere)

Wednesday, March 8

10 p.m. -- “Designated Survivor”

Thursday, March 9

10 p.m. -- “The Catch” Season 2 premiere

Sunday, March 12

10 p.m. -- “American Crime” Season 3 premiere

Wednesday, March 29

8.30 p.m. -- “Imaginary Mary” (sneak peek)

Tuesday, April 4

9:30 p.m. -- “Imaginary Mary” (new time slot)

Wednesday, May 24

8 p.m. --“Dirty Dancing” (two hours)

“Time After Time” is a new TV series based on a novel written by Karl Alexander and a 1979 movie of the same name. It follows the life of a young science-fiction writer H.G. Wells (Freddie Stroma) who invents a time machine. When he learns that his friend Dr. John Stevenson (Josh Bowman) is Jack the Ripper and has used his machine to travel to modern day New York, he must journey through time to catch him. It is dubbed as a fantastical cat-and-mouse adventure through time.

Although there are many time travel shows on TV today – “The Flash,” “12 Monkeys,” “DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow,” and “Doctor Who” to name a few – “Time After Time” executive producer Kevin Williamson told TVLine that Season 1 only travels through time on four occasions. “We’re more the story of a young H.G. Wells and his adventures in modern-day New York, and how they inspire him to go back and write ‘The Time Machine,’ ‘The Invisible Man,’ ‘The Island of Dr. Moreau.’”