The network on Tuesday confirmed its schedule, and the biggest move is Big Sky.
The series is leaving Tuesdays behind and will move behind Grey's Anatomy next season in the Thursdays at 10/9c slot.
This is a major upgrade for the Kylie Bunbury-Katheryn Winnick drama, which is currently airing out of low-rated comedies.
Grey's Anatomy is the network's No. 1 scripted series, so it will be fun to see how the show holds up with an increased lead-in.
Big Sky is taking over the vacant slot left by Rebel, which was canceled after five episodes last week.
Celebrity Wheel of Fortune is also on the move, bolstering the network's Sunday schedule in the fall.
It will air in the 8/7c slot, alongside Supermarket Sweep and The Rookie Season 4.
The Wonder Years joins the Wednesday schedule in the 08:30 p.