It seems that ABC has picked up an orphan from the CW Network, and given it a prime timeslot. According to Variety, ABC has acquired the series Surviving Suburbia from Media Rights Capital. The series was originally set to air on the CW Network, but after their ties with MRC were severed, the show was left without a network, when ABC made the move.

The network has also given the series a great timeslot, airing at Monday nights at 9:30 PM, starting on April 6, getting a huge lead-in from Dancing with the Stars. It was previously announced that Samantha Who?, which occupied that timeslot last year, will air on Thursday nights this fall.

Surviving Suburbia, which stars Bob Saget, will revolve around a couple and their two children whose lives are turned upside down after new next-door neighbors move in. The series also stars Cynthia Stevenson, Jared Kusnitz, G Hannelius, Jere Burns and Dan Cortese.