Image Credit: Sergei Bachlakov/ABCGood news for fans of the lizard people: ABC announced today that V will return Jan. 4 at 9 p.m., behind a new timeslot for No Ordinary Family on Tuesdays. The network promises that season two of the high-concept show will feature more character and lizard reveals, along with more details about the V’s mythology.

In the meantime, ABC has decided to replace Dancing With the Stars when its current season ends with a program that features even more (B-level? C-Level?) celebrities making awkward dance moves in front of a live audience! But this time, they’ll do it on ice: Beginning Monday, Nov. 22, ABC will kick off a six-episode run of Skating With the Stars. The new series from BBC Worldwide Prods. will pair celebrities with “world class ice skaters” who’ll compete in front of a live audience. The skating pairs will be critiqued by a panel of expert judges and will receive a set of scores based on artistry and technique and by viewers at home, with one couple being eliminated each week.

The Skating With the Stars cast will be revealed Nov. 2, during the live Dancing With the Stars Results show.

Here’s the ABC schedule through January:

Nov. 22

8-9: Dancing With the Stars

9-11: Skating With the Stars (premiere)

Nov. 29

8-9:30: Skating With the Stars

Nov. 30

9-10: No Ordinary Family (new time period premiere)

Dec. 6

8-9:30: Skating With the Stars

Dec. 13

8-9: Skating With the Stars

Dec. 20

8-9: Skating With the Stars

9-10: Castle (repeat)

10-11: Castle (repeat)

Dec. 21

8-9: Skating With the Stars (season finale)

Jan. 4

8-9: No Ordinary Family (new time period)

9-10: V (season premiere)