ABC Redubs Med Drama, Thriller HOLLYWOOD (Variety) -- ABC has played the name change game with two of its upcoming new series. Fall medical drama "Meds" will now go by the title "MDs," which should help avoid viewer confusion with CBS' up-coming "Presidio Med" (both shows compete in the same Wednesday 10 p.m. time slot). ABC has also altered the title of its midseason comedy starring Mitch Rouse. "My Second Chance" will now be known as "Lost at Home." "MDs" chronicles the goings-on at a quirky San Francisco HMO. "Lost at Home" revolves around a man who tries to reconnect with his wife and kids. Also at ABC, the network has finalized its scheduling plans for limited-run summer series "Widows," originally slated as a multi-night miniseries. ABC will instead schedule the thriller on four consecutive Tuesdays at 10 p.m. starting Aug. 6. Brooke Shields, Rosie Perez and N'bushe Wright star in the drama as three women whose husbands are killed after attempting an art heist.