ABC renews "Modern Family," "Revenge," "Grey's Anatomy"

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(CBS News) ABC has renewed seven of its scripted shows.

"Modern Family" made the list, according to Deadline, along with "Revenge," "Grey's Anatomy," "Once Upon a Time," "The Middle," "Surburgatory" and "Castle."

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The report says "Happy Endings" and newcomers "Last Man Standing" and "Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23" are also expected to return, as is "Body of Proof," while the status of "GCB" is unclear.

Shonda Rimes' midseason drama "Scandal" is also "looking good" for return, according to Deadline, while talks are still "ongoing" for a potential 13-episode return for "Grey's" spin-off "Private Practice."

On Thursday, it was announced that the network's sitcom "Cougar Town" is moving to TBS next season. New episodes are scheduled to begin airing early next year.