ABC has handed out early renewals to a pair of its biggest dramas and two of its most popular reality series ahead of the network's presentation at the Television Critics Association winter press tour on Tuesday.

Freddie Highmore's medical series The Good Doctor will return for Season 3, while the emotional freshman drama A Million Little Things will be back for Season 2 and explore a new mystery. Meanwhile, the always reliable Shark Tank has been renewed for Season 11 and Bachelor in Paradise is set for Season 6.

The Good Doctor is the network's No. 2 drama among adults 18-49 behind the long-running medical drama Grey's Anatomy, and A Million Little Things, which recently revealed that the mysterious Barbara Morgan is not who we were led to believe, has actually benefited from moving to Thursday nights behind Grey's. It currently has a 1.9 in the demographic and is averaging 7.32 million viewers in live plus seven-day ratings.

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Although there is no premiere date yet for Bachelor in Paradise, it is scheduled to return in the summer. But before that, Colton's journey as the Bachelor will wrap up over two nights in March, so be sure to set your DVRs for Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12.

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