ABC currently has an all-star comedy lineup on Wednesday nights, but fans won’t be able to see it on Nov. 14. Instead, country music is taking the spotlight.

“The Goldbergs,” “Modern Family,” “American Housewife” and “Single Parents” are all off for the week. The four half-hour sitcoms are going on hiatus while the 52nd annual CMA Awards air.

The award show will be broadcast live from Nashville, Tennessee. Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will host as well as perform. They’ll be joined by performers like Chris Stapleton, Miranda Lambert, Mavis Staples, Kacey Musgraves and more.

Unfortunately, the ABC comedies won’t return next week either. On Nov. 21, the 8 p.m. EST hour has been blocked out for “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.” Reruns of “Modern Family,” “Single Parents” and “The Goldbergs” will follow.

New episodes return on Wednesday, Nov. 28. While no synopsis is available for “The Goldbergs,” we know “Modern Family” will deal with Haley’s (Sarah Hyland) pregnancy when the show returns. She’ll turn to Claire (Julie Bowen) for advice. Meanwhile, Jay (Ed O'Neill) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet) need a “sensitivity class” from Manny (Rico Rodriguez) and Phil (Ty Burrell), and Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) has a run-in with Phil’s nemesis.

The Nov. 28 episode of “American Housewife” will welcome guest star Victoria Justice as a young trophy wife. Katie (Katy Mixon) helps her become room mom to mess with the other Westport parents, but her plan quickly takes a turn.

“Single Parents” will utilize star Leighton Meester’s musical talents at the end of the month. Will (Taran Killam) will convince heavy metal lover Angie (Meester) to take a guitar class. Then, Angie convinces Will to drive into a storm to revive his love of covering the weather. The other parents will be trying to kickstart their love lives.

It’s not just the comedies that are off the air Wednesday night. “A Million Little Things” was pushed as well.