Not happy with Brad Womack on The Bachelor? Just wait.
ABC president Paul Lee says viewers need to stick with the unpopular single guy.
"One word: Redemption," Lee says. "It started with a slap, but I think you'll see around the middle that there's a change you won't want to miss."
No shock ABC opted to re-up Castle, Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, The Middle, Cougar Town and Modern Family for a new season.
But what about No Ordinary Family, V and Detroit 1-8-7?
Lee says Detroit started out as a "real quality show and it gets better." Still, no pick-up notice. Says he hopes it comes back and will make the decision in the next few months.
As for V, he says only 10 episodes were ordered due to "quality control." Sounds like the quality this season is questionable, and there might not be much of a future in store for the alien invasion series.
He's also still working out logistics on the renewal of Desperate Housewives and Brothers and Sisters.
"We would like to pick up Desperate Housewives, but we aren't quite there yet," he says.
As for Dancing with the Stars, he believes Bristol Palin helped boost ratings and he's willing to use her on the network if he can.
"We had her on ABC Family (Secret Life) and then on Dancing, and she's done well for us," Lee says.
And Lee likes having Marvel Comics "in our family" and confirmed the network is working on series based on The Hulk and Jessica Jones; both have great potential.