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Clayne Crawford, right, and Damon Wayans Sr. are the new Riggs and Murtaugh in the "Lethal Weapon" TV series.
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The fall television lineups are out for the four major networks, and most of the schedule should look familiar. Even the new TV shows are rife with reboots, adaptations and big name actors.
The big news on ABC is "Scandal" won't appear during Shonda Rhimes "TGIT" lineup this fall. The network moved it to midseason due to Kerry Washington's pregnancy and filled the gap with new drama "Notorious," starring Piper Perabo and Daniel Sunjata.
ABC's other new TV shows include "Conviction," starring Hayley Atwell (as "Agent Carter" was canceled) and "Designated Survivor," featuring Kiefer Sutherland as the president. The spring will also feature Shondaland's next series, a "Romeo & Juliet" sequel (yes, sequel) "Still Star-Crossed," plus "Time After Time" (where sci-fi author H.G. Wells pursues Jack the Ripper in modern-day New York), LGBT miniseries "When We Rise" and new comedies "Downward Dog" and "Imaginary Mary."
CBS , which will do some juggling in October/November due to Thursday Night Football, is bumping "The Amazing Race" to midseason to make room for a reboot of "MacGyver," starring "X-Men: Apocalypse actor Lucas Till as the famed Richard Dean Anderson character. The network will also bring back Michael Weatherly for a new drama called "Bull," airing after his old show "NCIS" on Tuesdays.
Other additions to the eye network include SUNY Cortland alumnus Kevin James' return to television on "Kevin Can Wait," Joel McHale's new sitcom "The Great Indoors," Matt LeBlanc's "Man with a Plan," and the Dermot Mulroney drama "Pure Genius." In the spring, CBS will try to adapt another movie for television with "Training Day," after "Limitless" found limited ratings (though the network is shopping it elsewhere for a second season).
Fox is betting big on familiar titles, launching " Legacy" (without Jack Bauer!) on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 5) and "Prison Break" in early Small screen adaptations of "Lethal Weapon" and "The Exorcist" will debut in the fall, and a TV remake of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (starring Laverne Cox as Frank-N-Furter) will air the week of Halloween.
Other new series on Fox include Lee Daniels' musical drama "Star," Jason Sudeikis' live-action/animated hybrid comedy "Son of Zorn," Leighton Meester and Adam Pally's time travel comedy "Making History," Kaitlin Olson's foul-mouthed family sitcom "The Mick," and dramas "Pitch," "Shots Fired" and "APB."
NBC is moving "Blindspot" from Mondays to early Wednesdays, hoping the new time travel action-adventure "Timeless" will be a hit after "The Voice." The former home of "Seinfeld" and "Friends" is also putting comedies back on Thursday night, with "Superstore" and a new sitcom "The Good Place," starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson.
The only other new fall series on the peacock network is "This Is Us," a comedy starring Mandy Moore about people who share the same birthday, created by the "Crazy, Stupid, Love." team.
The CW's schedule will be announced Thursday, but is expected to be largely the same as the network renewed its entire scripted lineup earlier this year, including DC superhero series "Arrow," "Legends of Tomorrow" and "The Flash." The network still somehow plans to add several new shows, though, including Greg Berlanti's Archie Comics adaptation "Riverdale," and make room for former CBS series "Supergirl."
Here's the complete Fall TV schedule, with new shows in bold:
8 p.m. "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)
8 p.m. "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS, until late October)
8 p.m. "Gotham" (Fox)
8 p.m. "The Voice" (NBC)
"Kevin Can Wait"
(CBS, moving to 8 p.m. in November)
"Man with a Plan"
(CBS, starting in November)
9 p.m. "2 Broke Girls" (CBS)
9 p.m. "Lucifer" (Fox)
p.m. "The Odd Couple" (CBS)
10 p.m. "Scorpion" (CBS)
8 p.m. "The Middle" (ABC)
8 p.m. "NCIS" (CBS)
8 p.m. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" (Fox)
8 p.m. "The Voice" (NBC)
p.m. "New Girl" (Fox)
9 p.m. "Fresh Off the Boat" (ABC)
9 p.m. "Scream Queens" (Fox)
"This Is Us"
p.m. "The Real O'Neals" (ABC)
10 p.m. "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." (ABC)
10 p.m. "NCIS: New Orelans" (CBS)
10 p.m. "Chicago Fire" (NBC)
8 p.m. "The Goldbergs" (ABC)
8 p.m. "Survivor" (CBS)
8 p.m. "Blindspot" (NBC)
9 p.m. "Modern Family" (ABC)
9 p.m. "Criminal Minds" (CBS)
9 p.m. "Empire" (Fox)
9 p.m. "Law & Order: SVU" (NBC)
p.m. "black-ish" (ABC)
10 p.m. "Code Black" (CBS)
10 p.m. "Chicago P.D." (NBC)
8 p.m. "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC)
8 p.m. "Thursday Night Football" (CBS)
8 p.m. "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS, starting in November)
8 p.m. "Rosewood" (Fox)
8 p.m. "Superstore" (NBC)
"The Great Indoors"
(CBS, starting in November)
"The Good Place"
9 p.m. "Mom" (CBS, starting in November)
9 p.m. "Bones" (Fox)
9 p.m. "Chicago Med" (NBC)
p.m. "Life in Pieces" (CBS)
10 p.m. "How to Get Away with Murder" (ABC)
(CBS, starting in November)
10 p.m. "The Blacklist" (NBC)
8 p.m. "Last Man Standing" (ABC)
8 p.m. "Hell's Kitchen" (Fox)
8 p.m. "Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon" (NBC)
p.m. "Dr. Ken" (ABC)
9 p.m. "Shark Tank" (ABC)
9 p.m. "Hawaii Five-0" (CBS)
9 p.m. "Grimm" (NBC)
10 p.m. "20/20" (ABC)
10 p.m. "Blue Bloods" (CBS)
10 p.m. "Dateline" (NBC)
7 p.m. "America's Funniest Home Videos" (ABC)
7 p.m. "60 Minutes" (CBS)
7 p.m. "Football Night in America" (NBC)
p.m. "Bob's Burgers" (Fox)
8 p.m. "Once Upon a Time" (ABC)
8 p.m. "NCIS: Los Angeles" (CBS)
8 p.m. "The Simpsons" (Fox)
p.m. "Sunday Night Football" (NBC)
"Son of Zorn"
9 p.m. "Secrets & Lies" (ABC)
9 p.m. "Madam Secretary" (CBS)
9 p.m. "Family Guy" (Fox)
p.m. "The Last Man on Earth" (Fox)
10 p.m. "Quantico" (ABC)
10 p.m. "Elementary" (CBS)
Fox Schedule: Lethal Weapon Joins Empire, The Exorcist On Friday, Prison Break Gets Midseason Launch
Just like the original 24 series, the reboot Legacy will kick off after the beginning of the new year and air on Mondays but at a different time. Fox will keep Empires slot warm during the shows hiatus with the new Lee Daniels drama Star. Fox is the only broadcast network to present both a fall and midseason schedule at the upfronts. Here are both, followed by a brief analysis and descriptions of the networks new shows.
FOX FALL SCHEDULE
(New programs in UPPER CASE)
PM Brooklyn Nine-Nine
PM New Girl
PM Scream Queens
PM LETHAL WEAPON
Legacy To Premiere After the Super Bowl, Will Air On Monday
PM Hells Kitchen
PM THE EXORCIST
PM Fox Sports Saturday: Fox College Football
PM NFL ON FOX
PM The OT / Bobs Burgers
PM The Simpsons
PM SON OF ZORN
PM Family Guy
FOX MIDSEASON SCHEDULE (All Times ET/PT)
PM LEGACY / Gotham (spring)
PM APB / Lucifer (spring)
PM New Girl / Brooklyn Nine-Nine (spring)
PM THE MICK
PM KICKING & SCREAMING / PITCH (spring)
PM LETHAL WEAPON / SHOTS FIRED (spring)
PM STAR / Empire (spring)
PM PRISON BREAK
PM Masterchef Junior
PM Sleepy Hollow
PM Fox Sports Saturday
PM Animation Encores
PM Bobs Burgers
PM The Simpsons
PM MAKING HISTORY
PM Family Guy
PM The Last Man on Earth
Fox is doing a lot of bridge scheduling next season, with its serialized dramas going on lengthy hiatuses bridged by other drama series as the network is going for a schedule featuring 90% original programming, the most ever in Foxs history. It is also the first season without American Idol. Its slots are not being filled by reality fare, with only one unscripted series airing Monday-Thursday on Fox next season, Kicking & Screaming in midseason.
The network is keeping things relatively stable in the fall, with Gotham and Lucifer staying partnered on Monday in the fall and spring, and Legacy and fellow new drama APB taking over the night while the comic book dramas are on hiatus. Following its premiere after the Super Bowl, Legacy will move into its regular berth, Mondays 8 PM, an hour earlier than the original aired, leading to APB.
The surviving Tuesday comedy series from Foxs current lineup, New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, will open in the fall for Scream Queens, returning to its old Tuesday 9 PM slot for another episode season. It will be an almost entirely new lineup in midseason, with New Girl and Brooklyn alternating at 8 PM to launch new comedy The Mick at PM. Scream Queens will be succeeded in midseason by two other shows with comedic bent, the Survivor-style reality series Kicking & Screaming and Dan Fogelmans light drama Pitch.
Another rookie drama, the Lethal Weapon reboot, is being paired with hit Empire on Wednesday. Rosewood, which aired in the Wednesday 8 PM slot last fall, will be moving to Thursdays. In the fall, it will lead into the final 13 episodes of Bones. In midseason, it will be used to launch the new Prison Break event series in its Thursday debut.
Fox is taking on NBCs Grimm with new genre series The Exorcist, which will go head-to-head with the NBC supernatural drama in the Friday 9 PM hour. Fox will keep the genre theme in midseason, with Sleepy Hollow making its Friday 9 PM debut. (It aired at 8 PM on the night last season.)
Two comedy series are being slotted in the Sunday PM slot: the live-action/animation Son of Zorn in the fall and Making History in midseason. Son of Zorn is expected to launch before ABCs live-action/CGI comedy Imaginary Mary, which was just picked up to series. Making History will give producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller two series on Sunday, along with Last Man on Earth.
SON OF ZORN Featuring the voice of Jason Sudeikis (THE LAST MAN ON EARTH, “Horrible Bosses,” “We’re the Millers”), SON OF ZORN is a new hybrid live-action/animated comedy about an animated warrior from a faraway island in the Pacific Ocean – where everything and everyone is animated – who returns to Orange County, CA, to win back his live-action ex-wife and teenage son. ZORN (Sudeikis), the Defender of Zephyria, Conqueror of the tribes of Agon, decapitator of the dark herdsmen of Grith, has fought in countless epic battles throughout his life, but may find the greatest challenge of all when travels back to suburbia to reconnect with his family. Once there, Zorn finds himself estranged from his son, ALANGULON or just “Alan” (Johnny Pemberton, 21 Jump Street), a year-old with a mellow, P.C. attitude; and Alan’s mother, Zorn’s ex-wife, EDIE (Cheryl Hines, Curb Your Enthusiasm), a former wild child now living the life of an upper middle class mom. Zorn’s efforts to win them back are complicated by the fact that Edie is now engaged to CRAIG (Tim Meadows, Saturday Night Live), an online psychology professor and a stable presence in their lives. Nevertheless, to be a good dad, Zorn commits to remaining in Orange County for the long haul, renting an apartment and even working in the exciting field of industrial soap sales under his boss, LINDA (Artemis Pebdani, Scandal, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), who likes his passion, but just wants him to rein it in at the office. As he adjusts to life in the suburbs, Zorn is the classic fish out of water, navigating his way through fatherhood, divorce and a boring office job. Sure, as an overlord of pain, he defeated glombeasts, wolf-bats and bloodthirsty arachnobots, but now he’ll go toe-to-toe with a new set of enemies: meter maids, dress codes and the DMV.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Seth Cohen, Reed Agnew, Eli Jorne, Sally McKenna, Eric Appel
WRITERS: Reed Agnew, Eli Jorne
DIRECTOR: Eric Appel
CAST: Jason Sudeikis as Zorn, Johnny Pemberton as Alan, Cheryl Hines as Edie, Tim Meadows as Craig, Artemis Pebdani as Linda
THE MICK is a no-holds-barred single-camera comedy that gives new meaning to the phrase “dysfunctional family.” MACKENZIE aka “MICKEY” (Kaitlin Olson, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) is a brash, two-bit hustler from Rhode Island who has spent her entire life shirking any semblance of responsibility. Lacking any drive, but in constant search of the next easy payday, Mickey is not without her charms. She’s smart, she’s fun, and despite all appearances, her head’s always in the game. She just needs a big win. That win kinda, sorta comes true when, looking for a handout, Mickey visits her estranged sister and billionaire brother-in-law in Greenwich, CT, but gets more than she bargained for, as this absurdly rich couple flees the country to escape federal fraud charges. In a surprising turn of events, Mickey must assume guardianship of their three high-maintenance and ill-parented children: SABRINA (Sofia Black D’Elia, The Messengers, Gossip Girl), an ambitious, going-onyear-old who is a worthy adversary to Mickey; CHIP (Thomas Barbusca, The New Normal, Grey’s Anatomy), 13, an arrogant, entitled neo-con-in-the-making with an extremely punchable face; and BEN (newcomer Jack Stanton), seven, an adorably fragile nerd. The life that Mickey has wanted for so long now is within her reach – the mansion, the convertible, the swimming pool, the walk-in closet full of designer clothes. But as Mickey is well aware, nothing in life is free. The price? Transforming these outrageously spoiled children into honest, hard-working, decent members of society – something this foul-mouthed, debaucherous and completely out-of-her-element woman knows absolutely nothing about. Being a mother was never in Mickey’s game plan, but these kids desperately need a parent. And as irresponsible as Mickey has been her entire life, she may discover that responsibility and motherhood aren’t the buzzkill she always thought they would be.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: John Chernin, Dave Chernin, Nick Frenkel, Oly Obst, Randall Einhorn
CO-EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Kaitlin Olson
WRITERS: John Chernin, Dave Chernin
DIRECTOR: Randall Einhorn
CAST: Kaitlin Olson as Mackenzie, Sofia Black-D’Elia as Sabrina, Thomas Barbusca as Chip, Jack Stanton as Ben, Carla Jimenez as Alba, Susan Park as Liz
MAKING HISTORY Produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller (Lego Movie, 21 Jump Street), and written by Julius “Goldy” Sharpe (The Grinder, FAMILY GUY), the new comedy MAKING HISTORY follows three friends from two different centuries as they try to balance the thrill of time travel with the mundane concerns of their present-day lives. Two shows in one, it’s both a rollicking historical adventure, and a contemporary comedy about love, friendship and trying to fit in to an increasingly complex and impersonal world. DAN CHAMBERS (Adam Pally, The Mindy Project, Happy Endings), a computer science professor at a small Massachusetts college, recently discovered time travel and has been transporting himself back to the s to spend time with the colonial woman he’s fallen for. In the present, Dan is an unpopular nerd. But by claiming song lyrics, lines from movies and stand-up bits as his own in the 18th century, he’s absolutely hilarious – he gets the girl and makes friends. But Dan’s actions in the past are messing up the present. That woman he’s dating is not just any woman. She’s Paul Revere’s daughter, DEBORAH (Leighton Meester, Gossip Girl), and Dan’s meddling in the past causes her father to delay his famous ride, which may have altered the outcome of the entire American Revolution. To set matters right, Dan enlists the help of his colleague, CHRIS PARISH (Yassir Lester, Girls, Key and Peele), a brilliant, polished and popular history professor, who’s now given the incredible opportunity to actually live the history he teaches. Can Dan, Chris and Deborah save America as we know it? Can a woman from adapt to life in ? Can the three intrepid time travelers improve the past, help the helpless, fight for justice and get rich?
PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Julius “Goldy” Sharpe, Seth Cohen
WRITER: Julius “Goldy” Sharpe
DIRECTOR: Jared Hess
CAST: Adam Pally as Dan, Leighton Meester as Deborah, Yassir Lester as Chris
THE EXORCIST Widely regarded as the greatest horror movie ever made, The Exorcist broke box office records and terrified audiences around the world. Now, more than four decades after the Academy Award-nominated film, THE EXORCIST returns as a TV series. Directed by Rupert Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), THE EXORCIST is a propulsive psychological thriller following two very different priests tackling one family’s case of horrifying demonic possession. FATHER TOMAS ORTEGA (Alfonso Herrera, Sense8, The Chosen) is the new face of the Catholic Church: progressive, ambitious and compassionate. He runs a small but loyal parish in the suburbs of Chicago. He has no idea that his quiet life is about to change forever. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, another priest finds himself locked in a life-and-death struggle with evil. FATHER MARCUS BRENNAN (Ben Daniels, Flesh and Bone, House of Cards) is a modern-day Templar Knight, an orphan raised since childhood by the Vatican to wage war against its enemies. Father Marcus is everything Father Tomas is not: relentless, abrasive and utterly consumed by his sacred mission. Caught in the middle is the RANCE family, members of Tomas’ parish. On the surface, they’re a normal, suburban family, but all is not as it seems in this household. The patriarch, HENRY RANCE (guest star Alan Ruck, Spin City, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off), is slowly but surely losing his mind. Eldest daughter KATHERINE (Brianne Howey, SCREAM QUEENS) has become a recluse who refuses to leave her room. Her younger sister, CASEY (Hannah Kasulka, “The Fosters”), thinks she’s hearing strange noises coming from inside the walls. And mother ANGELA (Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Geena Davis, Commander in Chief, Thelma & Louise) has been plagued by recurring nightmares, each more frightening than the last. Angela believes there is something in the house, a demonic presence, growing stronger by the day. Desperate, she begs Father Tomas for help, unwittingly setting the naïve young priest on a collision course with Father Marcus. Separately, each faces an insurmountable task, but together they become the only hope against an evil force that has been mobilizing for centuries.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: 20th Century Fox Television, Morgan Creek Productions
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Jeremy Slater, Rolin Jones, James Robinson, Barbara Wall, David Robinson, Rupert Wyatt, Roy Lee
WRITER: Jeremy Slater
DIRECTOR: Rupert Wyatt
CAST: Alfonso Herrera as Father Tomas Ortega, Ben Daniels as Father Marcus Brennan, Geena Davis as Angela Rance, Brianne Howey as Katherine Rance, Hannah Kasulka as Casey Rance, Kurt Egyiawan as Brother Bennett
LETHAL WEAPON Combining action and drama with friendship and humor, LETHAL WEAPON reboots the hit movie franchise, as it follows classic cop duo Riggs and Murtaugh, who are working a crime-ridden beat in modern-day Los Angeles. Grief-stricken after the loss of his young wife and unborn child, ex-Navy SEAL-turned-detective MARTIN RIGGS (Clayne Crawford, Rectify) moves to California to “start over” at the LAPD. He’s paired up with ROGER MURTAUGH (Emmy Award nominee Damon Wayans, Sr., My Wife and Kids, In Living Color), who’s just coming back to the job after a near-fatal heart attack. Riggs’ penchant for diving headfirst into the line of fire immediately clashes with Murtaugh’s prudent, by-the-book technique. It’s clear from the moment they meet, this partnership could be lethal. But during their first case together, Riggs drags Murtaugh on a high-speed chase culminating inside the Long Beach Grand Prix and into a seaport shootout with drug dealers – and despite his protests, the older cop feels more alive than he has in years. Meanwhile, Riggs gets a glimpse of why Murtaugh is so determined to get home safely at the end of each day – he’s got a family and a newborn baby of his own. By the time their investigation ends, Riggs realizes he may have found something worth living for – a partner and friend like Murtaugh. And even Murtaugh figures this arrangement might just work out after all. If only Riggs doesn’t get them killed first…
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: Warner Bros. Television, Good Session Productions, Lin Pictures
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Matt Miller, McG, Dan Lin, Jennifer Gwartz
WRITER: Matt Miller
CAST: Damon Wayans, Sr. as Roger Murtaugh, Clayne Crawford as Martin Riggs, Jordana Brewster as Dr. Maureen “Mo” Cahill, Kevin Rahm as Captain Brooks Avery, Keesha Sharp as Trish Murtaugh
LEGACY The clock ticks again with LEGACY, the next evolution of the Emmy Award-winning 24. From Emmy Award-winning executive producer Howard Gordon (Homeland, Live Another Day), Academy Award- and Emmy Award-winning executive producer Brian Grazer (A Beautiful Mind, 24), writers and executive producers Manny Coto and Evan Katz (24, Live Another Day), director and executive producer Stephen Hopkins (24) and executive producer and original series star Kiefer Sutherland, LEGACY chronicles an adrenaline-fueled race against the clock to stop a devastating terrorist attack on United States soil – in the same real-time format that has propelled this genre-defining series. Six months ago in Yemen, an elite squad of U.S. Army Rangers, led by Sergeant ERIC CARTER (Corey Hawkins, Straight Outta Compton), killed terrorist leader Sheik Ibrahim Bin-Khalid. In the aftermath, Bin-Khalid’s followers declared a fatwah against Carter, his squad and their families, forcing them into federal witness protection. But a recent attempt on Carter’s own life makes it clear to him that his team is now exposed. To thwart further attacks, Carter enlists REBECCA INGRAM (Miranda Otto, Homeland), who quarterbacked the raid that killed Bin-Khalid. She’s a brilliant and ambitious intelligence officer who has stepped down from her post as National Director of CTU to support her husband, SENATOR JOHN DONOVAN (Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Jimmy Smits, NYPD Blue, The West Wing), in his campaign for President of the United States. Decades of sleepless nights and missed anniversaries landed her at the top. With the White House within their grasp, can she truly embrace a new role as First Lady? Or will her love of the action draw her back in? Together, in this fast-paced thrill ride, Carter and Ingram uncover a sophisticated terrorist network that will force them to ask: “Who can we trust?” As they battle Bin-Khalid’s devotees, they are forced to confront their own identities, families and pasts.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: Twentieth Century Fox Television, Imagine Television, Teakwood Lane
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Howard Gordon, Brian Grazer, Evan Katz, Manny Coto, Stephen Hopkins, Kiefer Sutherland
WRITERS: Manny Coto, Evan Katz
DIRECTOR: Stephen Hopkins
CAST: Corey Hawkins as Eric Carter, Miranda Otto as Rebecca Ingram, Jimmy Smits as Senator John Donovan, Teddy Sears as Keith Mullins, Dan Bucatinsky as Andy Shalowitz, Anna Diop as Nicole Carter, Ashley Thomas as Isaac Carter, Charlie Hofheimer as Ben Grimes, Coral Pena as Mariana Stiles, Sheila Vand as Nilaa
STAR Academy Award and Golden Globe nominee Lee Daniels – creator and executive producer of broadcast’s No. 1 series, EMPIRE – partners with Tom Donaghy (The Whole Truth) to pull back the curtain on music’s gritty and dark reality in STAR. Featuring a soundtrack of original music and stunning music performances, STAR follows three talented singers, desperate for a new start and with ambitions of stardom, as they navigate the cut-throat music business on their road to success. Meet STAR (newcomer Jude Demorest), a tough-as-nails young woman, who came up in the foster care system and decides one day to take control of her destiny. Star tracks down her sister, SIMONE (newcomer Brittany O’Grady), and her Instagram bestie, ALEXANDRA (newcomer Ryan Destiny), and together, the trio journeys to Atlanta to become music superstars. Academy Award nominee and Emmy Award, Grammy Award and Golden Globe Award winner Queen Latifah (Bessie, Bringing Down The House) plays CARLOTTA, a surrogate mother to the young crew. Emmy Award nominee Benjamin Bratt ( Live Another Day, Law & Order) rounds out the cast as JAHIL, a down-on-his-luck talent agent looking to revitalize his career, who’s taken a certain shining to Star. The series will also feature guest star and Grammy Award winner Lenny Kravitz (Lee Daniels’ The Butler, The Hunger Games). Reality soon dawns on the girls’ fantasies, and they start to learn that ambition often comes at a cost. And sometimes that cost is too high.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: 20th Century Fox Television, Lee Daniels Entertainment
CO-CREATORS/WRITERS: Lee Daniels, Tom Donaghy
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Lee Daniels, Tom Donaghy, Charles Murray, Pamela Oas Williams, Effie Brown
DIRECTOR: Lee Daniels
CAST: Queen Latifah as Carlotta Brown, Benjamin Bratt as Jahil Rivera, Jude Demorest as Star Davis, Ryan Destiny as Alexandra, Brittany O’Grady as Simone Davis
PITCH From executive producers Dan Fogelman (Cars, Crazy, Stupid, Love.) and Rick Singer (Younger, American Dad), PITCH is the dramatic and inspirational story of a young pitcher who becomes the first woman to play Major League Baseball. A beautiful, tough and gifted athlete, GINNY BAKER (Kylie Bunbury, Under The Dome) is vaulted into instant fame when she’s called up by the San Diego Padres to make her Major League debut. Like any rookie, Ginny must prove herself to her teammates. Foremost among them is MIKE LAWSON (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Franklin & Bash, NYPD Blue), the team’s ruggedly handsome star catcher. There’s instant chemistry between them, although neither dares admit it. After all, Mike is captain of the team and a few of his players don’t even want Ginny on the field. One of the players watching Ginny’s back is center fielder BLIP SANDERS (Mo McRae, Sons of Anarchy), an old friend from the minor leagues. Guiding her is her agent/confidante AMELIA SLATER (Ali Larter, Legends, Heroes). Amelia saw Ginny’s star potential early on and left her previous job as a Hollywood publicist to concentrate on the young phenom. Although groomed for this moment by her demanding father, BILL BAKER (guest star Michael Beach, Sons of Anarchy), the end of Ginny’s improbable journey is the beginning of an almost impossible one: representing her gender as she embarks on a successful baseball career under the glare of the white-hot media spotlight. It’s a goal hard enough for anyone to achieve – except this player is also a woman, who happens to be the most important historical figure in sports since Jackie Robinson. This season, Ginny Baker will be the other woman trying to break into one of the oldest, most exclusive men’s clubs in the country.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television
WRITERS: Dan Fogelman, Rick Singer
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Dan Fogelman, Rick Singer, Kevin Falls, Tony Bill, Helen Bartlett, Jess Rosenthal, Paris Barclay
DIRECTOR: Paris Barclay
CAST: Kylie Bunbury as Ginny Baker, Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Mike Lawson, Ali Larter as Amelia Slater, Mark Consuelos as Oscar Arguella, Dan Lauria as Al Luongo, Mo McRae as Blip Sanders, Meagan Holder as Evelyn Sanders, Tim Jo as Eliot
APB Police work isn’t rocket science. It’s harder. Inspired by true events, APB is a new police drama with a high-tech twist from executive producer/director Len Wiseman (LUCIFER, Underworld) and executive producer/writer Matt Nix (Burn Notice). Sky-high crime, officer-involved shootings, cover-ups and corruption: the over-extended and under-funded Chicago Police Department is spiraling out of control. Enter billionaire engineer GIDEON REEVES (Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominee Justin Kirk, Tyrant, Weeds). After his best friend is murdered in a botched attempted robbery, and the killer remains at large, Gideon demands justice. Putting up millions of dollars of his own money, he makes an unprecedented deal to take over the troubled 13th District – and reboot it as a private police force: better, faster and smarter than anything seen before. With cutting-edge technology created by Gideon himself, this eccentric yet brilliant outsider challenges the city’s police force to rethink everything about the way they fight crime. But the near-overnight transition to the city’s most advanced police district doesn’t sit well with all of its members. Gideon knows if he’s going to change anything, he needs an ally, whom he finds in OFFICER THERESA MURPHY (Natalie Martinez, Kingdom, Under the Dome), an ambitious, street-smart cop who is ready to embrace Gideon’s technological changes. With the help of Gideon’s gifted tech officer, ADA HAMILTON (Caitlin Stasey Reign), he and Murphy embark on a mission to turn the 13th District – including a skeptical SGT. NED CONRAD (Ernie Hudson, Grace and Frankie, Ghostbusters), and determined OFFICERS NICHOLAS BRANDT (Taylor Handley Vegas, Southland) and TASHA GOSS (Tamberla Perry Boss) – into a dedicated crime-fighting force of the 21st century.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Len Wiseman, Matt Nix, Dennis Kim, Todd Hoffman, Robert Friedman
WRITER: Matt Nix
DIRECTOR: Len Wiseman
CAST: Justin Kirk as Gideon Reeves, Natalie Martinez as Theresa Murphy, Ernie Hudson as Sgt. Ned Conrad, Taylor Handley as Officer Nicholas Brandt, Caitlin Stasey as Ada Hamilton, Tamberla Perry as Officer Tasha Goss, Eric Winter as Scott Murphy
PRISON BREAK is back and ready for its biggest escape yet. In the thrilling new event series PRISON BREAK, original series stars Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell, Sarah Wayne Callies, Amaury Nolasco, Robert Knepper, Rockmond Dunbar and Paul Adelstein are reunited for an all-new adventure spanning the globe and featuring the signature thrills and cliffhangers that were hallmarks of the original series when it aired on FOX from The original action drama centered on MICHAEL SCOFIELD (Miller, “The Loft”), a young man determined to save his convicted brother, LINCOLN BURROWS (Purcell, “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”), from death row by hatching an elaborate plan to escape from prison. In the all-new event series, filmed on location in Morocco, clues surface that suggest a previously thought-to-be-dead Michael may be alive. Lincoln and SARA (Sarah Wayne Callies, Colony, The Walking Dead), Michael’s wife until he was assumed dead, reunite to engineer the series’ biggest escape ever, as three of Fox River State Penitentiary’s most notorious escapees, SUCRE (Nolasco, Telenovela), T-BAG (Knepper, Heroes) and C-NOTE (Dunbar, The Mentalist), are pulled back into the action. Prison Break was an immediate critical and ratings hit when it premiered on FOX in the fall of , garnering Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Television Series – Drama and Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama (Miller). The original producing team, including series creator Paul T. Scheuring, Neal Moritz, Marty Adelstein and Dawn Olmstead, will return to executive-produce the new series, with Scheuring serving as showrunner/writer.
PRODUCTION COMPANY: 20th Century Fox Television
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Paul T. Scheuring, Neal Moritz, Marty Adelstein, Dawn Olmstead, Vaun Wilmott, Michael Horowitz
WRITER: Paul T. Scheuring
DIRECTOR: Nelson McCormick
CAST: Wentworth Miller as Michael Scofield, Dominic Purcell as Lincoln Burrows, Sarah Wayne Callies as Sara Tancredi, Amaury Nolasco as Sucre, Robert Knepper as T-Bag, Rockmond Dunbar as C-Note, Mark Feuerstein as Jacob Anton Ness, Augustus Prew as Whip, Rick Yune as Ja, Inbar Lavi as Sheba, Paul Adelstein as Paul Kellerman
SHOTS FIRED Examining the dangerous aftermath of racially charged shootings in a small Southern town, SHOTS FIRED is a dramatic new event series that is a “why done it?” and a “who done it?” From Gina Prince-Bythewood (Beyond the Lights, The Secret Life of Bees, Love & Basketball) and Reggie Rock Bythewood (Beyond the Lights, Notorious), the hour event series is an explosive look at the criminal justice system. When an African-American police officer kills an unarmed white college student, a small town in North Carolina is turned upside-down. Before the town has a chance to grapple with this tragedy, the neglected murder of an African-American teen is brought to light, re-opening wounds that threaten to tear the town apart. Leading the Department of Justice’s inquiry into these shootings is seasoned investigator ASHE AKINO (Sanaa Lathan, The Perfect Guy) and a young Special Prosecutor, PRESTON TERRY (Stephan James, Race, Selma), both of whom are African-American. As they start to pull back the layers of both cases, they suspect a cover-up that may involve some of the state’s most powerful people, including fiercely political North Carolina Governor PATRICIA EAMONS (Academy-, Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actress Helen Hunt, “As Good As It Gets,” “The Sessions”). She’s in a tough re-election fight, and the recent shootings in her state are making it even tougher. Meanwhile, real estate mogul and owner of a privatized prison ARLEN COX (Academy- and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, The Goodbye Girl, Jaws, Madoff), is pulled into the case, as LT. ERIC BREELAND (Stephen Moyer, The Bastard Executioner, True Blood), a seasoned veteran in the town’s Sheriff’s Department, gets caught in the middle of the investigation. SHOTS FIRED tackles the racial divide from all perspectives. As Ashe and Preston navigate the media attention, public debate and social unrest that come with such volatile cases, they learn that everybody has a story, and that the truth is rarely black and white.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: 20th Century Fox Television, Imagine Television, Undisputed Cinema
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Gina Prince-Bythewood, Reggie Rock Bythewood, Brian Grazer, Francie Calfo
WRITERS/CREATORS: Gina Prince-Bythewood, Reggie Rock Bythewood
DIRECTOR: Gina Prince-Bythewood
CAST: Sanaa Lathan as Ashe Akino, Stephan James as Preston Terry, Helen Hunt as Governor Patricia Eamons, Richard Dreyfuss as Arlen Cox, Stephen Moyer as Lt. Eric Breeland, Tristan Wilds as Dep. Joshua Belk, Aisha Hinds as Pastor Janae James, Will Patton as Sheriff Daniel Platt, Conor Leslie as Sarah Ellis, Clare-Hope Ashitey as Kerry Belk, DeWanda Wise as Shameeka Campbell
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW FOX is doing the Time Warp, with a brand-new production of the cult classic THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, set to air Fall A reimagining of the original movie, the two-hour event follows sweethearts JANET (Victoria Justice, Victorious) and BRAD (Ryan McCartan, Liv & Maddie, Heathers the Musical), who stumble upon DR. FRANK-N-FURTER’s (Emmy Award-nominated actress Laverne Cox, Orange is the New Black) bizarre abode. Frank-N-Furter, a sexually ambiguous, flirtatious mad-scientist, is holding an annual Transylvanian science convention to showcase the birth of ROCKY HORROR – a muscle-bound specimen created solely to fulfill Frank’s desires. Actor and singer Staz Nair (Game of Thrones) will star in the role. Also featured in the event are AMERICAN IDOL alum Adam Lambert as EDDIE, Reeve Carney (Penny Dreadful, Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark) as RIFF RAFF, Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford (Sylvia, You Can’t Take It With You, Masters of Sex) as COLUMBIA, Christina Milian (Grandfathered) as MAGENTA, Ivy Levan as USHERETTE, Tony Award winner Ben Vereen (“Pippin) as DR. EVERETT SCOTT and Emmy Award nominee Tim Curry, the original Frank-N-Furter, as the show’s CRIMINOLOGIST NARRATOR. Celebrating 40 years of theatrical distribution – longer than any other film in history – The Rocky Horror Picture Show is one of the most popular films of all time, and still plays in movie theaters around the world. THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW is executive-produced by Lou Adler (Grammy Award winner, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and executive producer of the original The Rocky Horror Picture Show), Gail Berman (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, former President of Fox Broadcasting) and Kenny Ortega (Emmy Award-winning director and choreographer, High School Musical franchise, This Is It, Descendants, Hocus Pocus, Newsies). THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW is based upon the original screenplay by Jim Sharman and Richard O’Brien with lyrics and music by Richard O’Brien.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: Fox 21 Television Studios, Ode Sounds and Visuals, The Jackal Group
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Lou Adler, Gail Berman, Kenny Ortega
DIRECTOR: Kenny Ortega
CAST: Laverne Cox as Dr. Frank-N-Furter, Tim Curry as Criminologist Narrator, Victoria Justice as Janet Weiss, Ryan McCartan as Brad Majors, Reeve Carney as Riff Raff, Christina Milian as Magenta, Annaleigh Ashford as Columbia, Adam Lambert as Eddie, Staz Nair as Rocky Horror, Ben Vereen as Dr. Everett Scott, Ivy Levan as Usherette
KICKING & SCREAMING is a new competition series that teams 10 expert survivalists with pampered partners to face the toughest challenges of their lives. From executive producer Matt Kunitz (Wipeout, Fear Factor), in association with Lionsgate Television, and hosted by Hannah Simone (NEW GIRL), the series drops these unlikely duos into a tropical jungle in Fiji, where they must overcome dangerous animals, raging rivers, hunger and extreme weather. While these no-nonsense survivalists are accustomed to fending for themselves, there’s one thing for which none of their previous expeditions have prepared them: their nature-phobic partners, who think “glamping” is roughing it. To win the competition, and a cash prize of $,, the experts will have to drag their partners, KICKING & SCREAMING, to the finish line.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: Lionsgate Television, Pulse Creative
CREATORS: Matt Kunitz, David Shumsky, Mark Harris
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Matt Kunitz, Anthony Dominici
CO-EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: David Shumsky, Mark Harris, Rebecca Shumsky Quinn
HOST: Hannah Simone
MY KITCHEN RULES The No. 1 show in Australia for five years running is coming to FOX. The unscripted cooking series will pit celebrity duos against each other as they cook and critique each other’s food, in Hollywood homes. The teams will take turns hosting intimate dinner parties with a menu designed to impress their rival competitors and two professional chef judges, Curtis Stone (Top Chef Masters) and Cat Cora (Iron Chef America). Celebrities featured on the series include Lance Bass, Brandy & Ray J, Andrew Dice Clay, Brandi Glanville and Naomi Judd. With escalating rounds of competition, the celebrity duo with the lowest score at the end of each round will be eliminated. The last two teams standing will battle it out in the final round for a pressure-cooker evening during which they will prepare and present their ultimate dining menu. In the end, only one team will survive the heat, the drama and the right to claim MY KITCHEN RULES.
PRODUCTION COMPANIES: 7 Beyond for Seven Productions
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Brad Lyons, Rikkie Proost, Conrad Green, Kenny Rosen, Therese Hegarty
CHEF JUDGES: Curtis Stone, Cat Cora
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Last year, FOX aired nine new shows and ended up dropping six of them. How will the network do in the ratings this time around? How many shows will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned.
How do the execs decide what to cancel or keep? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play a very large role. The higher the ratings, the better chances a show has of surviving.
FOX shows this season (so far): Legacy, American Grit, APB, Beat Shazam, Bobs Burgers, Bones, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Empire, The Exorcist, The F Word, Family Guy, Gotham, Hells Kitchen, Kicking & Screaming, The Last Man on Earth, Lethal Weapon, Love Connection, Lucifer, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, The Mick, My Kitchen Rules, New Girl, Pitch, Prison Break, Rosewood, Scream Queens, The Simpsons, Sleepy Hollow, Son of Zorn,Star and You the Jury.
Note:If youre not seeing the updated charts, please try reloading the page. You can also see them here and here.
A couple of notes about these charts:
These figures are updated automatically as new ratings are released. The averages are based on the final national numbers (live plus same day viewing), unless marked with an asterisk (*). For technical reasons, I have to resort them manually so feel free to let me know if I missed something.
Keep in mind that the demo numbers are typically whats most important to advertisers. Therefore, thats how the networks measure success. Advertisers pay more for ad time on a show that has a higher demo rating. Because older viewers dont count? No, its because younger viewers watch less traditional TV and are therefore supposedly harder to reach.
Demo numbers are typically reported using the 10ths decimal place (, for example). In the averages, Im using an extra decimal for easier ranking. The networks take into account when shows air on Fridays and Saturdays, nights when TV viewership is lower.
What do you think? Which shows are you rooting for? Which one isnt as big a hit as you thought? Are you hoping any series will get cancelled to make room for something else?
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List of programs broadcast by Fox
List of television programs broadcast by the Fox Broadcasting Company
The Fox Broadcasting Company is an American commercialfree-to-airtelevision network owned by the Fox Corporation. Though it was officially launched on October 9, , Fox began its official primetime setup on April 5, , with the series Married with Children and The Tracey Ullman Show airing that night.
As of October , Fox maintains hours of network programming per week. The animated comedy seriesThe Simpsons is one of Fox's most popular shows, becoming the network's first series to rank among the top highest-rated shows of a television season after its original debut, and is the longest running sitcom, as well as animated series, of all time, contributing to the channel's success. According to Lanford Beard of Entertainment Weekly, "The Simpsons turned Fox from the little network that could into the little network that could not be ignored." The science fiction television series The X-Files also contributed to the network's success, which led to two spin-offs Millennium and The Lone Gunmen. Fox began airing in high-definition on September 12, , with a series of National Football League (NFL) American football games. Fox had a programming block for children titled Fox Kids, which ran from September 8, to September 7, 
Unlike the "three larger networks", which aired primetime programming from 8 to 11 p.m. (EST) Mondays to Saturdays and 7 to 11 p.m. (EST) Sundays, Fox has traditionally avoided programming in the 10 p.m. (EST) time interval, leaving that hour to affiliates to program locally. On April 21, , Fox celebrated its 25th-anniversary, with a two-hour television special featuring people related to Fox and its shows. It presented Fox's programs 24, American Idol, Cops, Family Guy, Married with Children, The Simpsons, and The X-Files, among other programs. The network's adult cartoons are listed under the Animation Domination banner, which is a Sunday night programming block. Fox is a full member of the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB).
Note: The animated shows are a medium, not a genre. All of the current animated shows are comedies.
Main article: Animation Domination
Awards shows/beauty pageants
News and information
See also: Xploration Station
- Awesome Planet ()
- Earth ()
- Outer Space ()
- DIY Sci ()
- Nature Knows Best ()
- Weird But True ()
- Countdown to Apollo ()
Main article: Fox Sports (United States)
See also: –21 United States network television schedule and –22 United States network television schedule
See also: Fox Kids, Fox Box, and 4Kids TV
- Action Man (–02)
- The Adrenaline Project (–08)
- A.J.'s Time Travelers ()
- Alien Racers ()
- Alienators: Evolution Continues (–02)
- Alvin and the Chipmunks (–93, reruns only)
- Angela Anaconda ()
- Animaniacs (–95, moved to Kids' WB)
- Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (–92)
- The Avengers: United They Stand (–)
- Batman: The Animated Series (–95)
- Beast Machines: Transformers (–)
- Beast Wars: Transformers (–)
- Beetleborgs Metallix (–98)
- Beetlejuice ()
- Big Bad Beetleborgs (–97)
- Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (–01)
- Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (–92)
- Bobby's World (–98)
- Bratz (–07)
- Budgie the Little Helicopter (–96)
- The Busy World of Richard Scarry ()
- Caillou (–)
- C Bear and Jamal (–97)
- Chaotic (–08)
- The Cramp Twins (–06)
- Cubix: Robots for Everyone (–04)
- Cybersix ()
- Cyberchase (–08)
- Defenders of Dynatron City ()
- Di-Gata Defenders (–08)
- Digimon Adventure (–)
- Digimon Adventure 02 (–01)
- Digimon Tamers (–02)
- Dinosaur King (–08)
- Dinozaurs ()
- Dog City (–95)
- Donkey Kong Country (–99)
- Droopy, Master Detective (–94)
- Dungeons and Dragons ()
- Eek! The Cat (–97)
- Eerie, Indiana ()
- Eerie, Indiana: The Other Dimension (–99)
- Escaflowne ()
- F-Zero: GP Legend (–05)
- Fighting Foodons (–03)
- Flint the Time Detective (–01)
- Fun House (–91)
- Funky Cops (–08)
- Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension ()
- George of the Jungle ()
- Ghostwriter ()
- G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (–06)
- Godzilla: The Series (–)
- Goosebumps (–98)
- House of Mouse (–07)
- The Incredible Crash Dummies ()
- Jim Henson's Animal Show (–96)
- Johnson and Friends (–96)
- Kirby: Right Back at Ya! (–06)
- Kong: The Animated Series ()
- Life with Louie (–98)
- Little Shop (–92)
- Little Dracula ()
- Los Luchadores (–02)
- Mad Jack the Pirate (–99)
- Magic Adventures of Mumfie (–96)
- The Magic School Bus (–02)
- Magical DoReMi (–06)
- The Magician ()
- Masked Rider (–96, moved to syndication)
- Medabots (–02)
- Merrie Melodies Starring Bugs Bunny and Friends (–94)
- Mew Mew Power (–06)
- Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (miniseries) ()
- Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (–95)
- Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures ()
- Mon Colle Knights (–02)
- Moolah Beach ()
- Monster Rancher ()
- Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book ()
- The Mr. Potato Head Show (–99)
- Muppet Babies (–92, reruns only)
- Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog (–99)
- NASCAR Racers (–)
- Ned's Newt (–99)
- The New Woody Woodpecker Show (–02)
- Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation (–98)
- Oggy and the Cockroaches (–99)
- One Piece (–06)
- Peter Pan and the Pirates (–91)
- Piggsburg Pigs! (–91)
- Pirate Islands ()
- The Plucky Duck Show (–93)
- The Powerpuff Girls ()
- Power Rangers in Space ()
- Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue ()
- Power Rangers Lost Galaxy ()
- Power Rangers Time Force ()
- Power Rangers Turbo ()
- Power Rangers Wild Force (, moved to ABC Kids)
- Power Rangers Zeo ()
- Red Planet ()
- The Ripping Friends (–02)
- Roswell Conspiracies: Aliens, Myths and Legends ()
- Round the Twist ()
- Sam & Max: Freelance Police!!! (–98)
- The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs (–99)
- Shaman King (–05)
- Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century (–)
- Silver Surfer ()
- Solarman (–93)
- Sonic X (–06)
- Space Goofs (–99)
- Spider-Man (–98)
- Spider-Man Unlimited (–)
- The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper (–98)
- Stargate Infinity (–03)
- Stickin' Around (–98)
- Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire (–93)
- Swamp Thing (–92)
- Taz-Mania (–95)
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (–07, moved to The CW)
- The Tick (–96)
- Thunderbirds ()
- Time Squad ()
- Tiny Toon Adventures (–95)
- Tom & Jerry Kids (–93)
- Toonsylvania (–99)
- Transformers: Robots in Disguise (–02)
- Ultraman Tiga (–03)
- Ultimate Muscle (–04)
- Viva Piñata (–08)
- Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (–98)
- Winx Club (–08)
- WMAC Masters ()
- X-Men (–97)
- Xuxa ()
- Xyber 9: New Dawn ()
- Young Hercules ()
- Yu-Gi-Oh! (–07)
- Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (–08)
- Zazoo U (–91)
Reality shows and talent competitions
Variety and sketch comedy
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Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans in Lethal Weapon | Fox
Fox recently greenlit a slew of new comedies and dramas to debut over the course of the primetime season. On the heels of these series pickups, the network has also unveiled the first trailers for all of its upcoming shows. Below, check out a closer look at all of Foxs new shows, coming this year.
1. Lethal Weapon
Based on the popular movies of the same name, the upcoming police procedural follows a slightly unhinged cop as hes partnered with a veteran detective trying to maintain a low stress level in his life. Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans will star as Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh, respectively. Keesha Sharp, Jordana Brewster, and Kevin Rahm will also co-star in the show, which will air on Wednesday nights this fall as the lead-in for Foxs Empire.
[Update, 9/7/ Lethal Weapon will premiere on September ]
2. The Exorcist
A modern reinvention inspired by William Blatty’s original book, The Exorcist is a propulsive, serialized psychological thriller following two very different men tackling one family’s case of horrifying demonic possession, and confronting the face of true evil. Alfonso Herrera, Ben Daniels, and Geena Davis co-star in the drama, which will air on Friday nights this fall.
[Update 9/7/ The Exorcist will premiere on September ]
3. Son of Zorn
An animated warrior from a faraway island in the Pacific Ocean returns to Orange County, Calif., to win back his live-action ex-wife and teenage son in this live-action/animated hybrid comedy, executive produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Jason Sudeikis voices Zorn while Cheryl Hines plays Zorns ex-wife, Esie. Tim Meadows (Marry Me) and Artemis Pebdani (Sex Tape) also co-star. Son of Zorn will air on Sunday nights this fall.
[Update 9/7/ Son of Zorn will premiere on September ]
Fox’s hour-long baseball series stars Kylie Bunbury (Under the Dome, Tut) as a young female pitcher who defies the odds when she becomes the first woman to play in the major league. The drama, which co-stars Ali Larter, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mark Consuelos, and Dan Lauria, scored a put-pilot commitment from the network in September and was garnered a full series pickup this month. A bonus: The network teamed with Major League Baseball for the series, earning unprecedented access to its logos, stadiums, and more. The series will air on Tuesday nights in spring , with the premiere coinciding with the start of next baseball season.
[Update, 5/23/ Fox has moved Pitch to its fall schedule, where it will now air Thursday nights at 9 p.m. ET.]
[Updat 9/7/ Pitch will premiere on September ]
5. Making History
Fox is reteaming with Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the duo behind The Last Man on Earth and The Lego Movie, for Making History. The developing comedy centers on three unlikely friends who find an even less likely way to travel through time causing irreversible complications in their personal lives in As the great moments of the past collide with today’s popular culture, it leads to hilarious and quite disastrous results. Adam Pally and Leighton Meester co-star in the series, which will have air on Sunday nights after a midseason premiere.
[Update 9/7/ Making History is coming to Fox in ]
Foxs highly anticipated reboot of the 24 franchise will feature an all-new cast of characters, led by Corey Hawkins. The show follows a military hero’s return to the U.S. and the trouble that follows him back — compelling him to ask the Counter Terrorism Unit for help in saving his life, and stopping what potentially could be one of the largest terror attacks on American soil. Miranda Otto will star opposite Hawkins as the blazing smart former head of CTU. The limited series will air on Monday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern, starting this winter.
[Update 9/7/ Legacy will premiere on February 5, ]
Lee Daniels is back with a new musical-themed show in Star. The series follows as three talented singers, desperate for a new start and with ambitions of stardom, navigate the cut-throat music business on their road to success. Jude Demorest, Ryan Destiny, Brittany O’Grady, Queen Latifah, and Benjamin Bratt also co-star. Star will take over Empires time slot during its midseason hiatus.
[Update 9/7/ Star is coming to Fox in ]
8. The Mick
The show stars Kaitlin Olson (Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as Mackenzie “Mickey” Murphy, a hard-living, foul-mouthed, cigarette-smoking woman who moves to affluent Greenwich, Conn., to raise the spoiled kids of her wealthy sister who has fled the country to avoid a federal indictment. She quickly learns what the rest of us already know — other people’s children are awful. The series will air as part of Foxs midseason Tuesday night comedy block.
[Update 9/7/ The Mick is coming to Fox in ]
9. Shots Fired
The upcoming ensemble drama stars Sanaa Lathan and Stephan James as investigators from the Department of Justice who are examining the shooting of a white civilian by a black cop in a small Southern town. Helen Hunt, Richard Dreyfuss, and Stephen Moyer also co-star in in the limited series, which will air in
Stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell will return for the Prison Break revival, as will much of the original cast. The episode limited series will picks up several years after the end of the series. When a series of clues surface suggest that Scofield’s (Miller) apparent death was not what it seemed, Lincoln (Purcell) and Michael’s wife, Sara (Sarah Wayne Callies) team up to engineer the series’ biggest escape ever. The show will air on Thursday nights in early
[Update 5/23/ Fox has shifted the premiere for the reboot series back several months. It will now take over Pitch‘s original time slot, airing on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET this spring.]
Inspired by the July New York Times Magazine article “Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans,” A.P.B. explores what happens when an enigmatic tech billionaire purchases a troubled police precinct in the wake of a loved one’s murder. Justin Kirk, Natalie Martinez, and Caitlin Stasey co-star in the new drama, which will air on Monday nights this winter during Lucifers hiatus.
[Update 9/7/ APB is coming to Fox in ]
Here's Fox's Fall Schedule!
This season's Fox lineup will have more new shows than ever before, with a slew of new dramas and no sophomore comedies. With all this new stuff, you're going to want to know their new times, and perhaps more pressingly, you're going to want to check if your returning favorites are staying put.
In addition to revealing the time slots for new shows like APB, Lethal Weapon and The Exorcist (not paired with Lucifer, which feels like a missed opportunity), the network announced when you can catch new episodes of Empire, Gothamand the final season of Bones. Legacywill debut in the post-Super Bowl slot on Feb. 5 before moving to its regular timeslot the next day.
Check out Fox's full TV schedule below. And click here to get the latest Fox news.
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Monday nights stay the same, with young Bruce Wayne followed by the Devil himself (which, if you haven't watched, is better than you'd think).
8/7c: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
/c: New Girl
9/8c: Scream Queens
Tuesday remains a comedy night, with Season 4 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Season 6 of New Girl. Scream Queens' second season will see most of the cast return and the Season 1 plot sort of continue, a deviation from the planned anthology format.
8/7c: Lethal Weapon (new)
Fox has high hopes for the Damon Wayans-led Lethal Weapon adaptation, which will serve as the lead-in for the network's flagship series Empire on Wednesday nights.
Rosewood moves from Wednesday to the Thursday timeslot vacated by American Idol, while baseball drama Pitch will debut in time for the World Series.
8/7c: Hell's Kitchen
9/8c:The Exorcist (new)
Friday night is all about horror, thanks to an adaption of perhaps the most frightening movie ever made as well as a very scary chef.
7/6 - c: Fox Sports Saturday: Fox College Football
Football is a key component of Fox's lineup this season, especially since the network has the Super Bowl next year.
7/6c: NFL On Fox
/c: The OT/Bob's Burgers
8/7c: The Simpsons
/c:Son of Zorn(new)
/c:The Last Man on Earth
Sunday is Fox's big comedy block, with new live-action/animated series Son of Zorn sandwiched between institutions The Simpsons (which will hit its th episode next season) and Family Guy.
: Legacy (new) / Gotham (spring)
9/8c:APB (new) / Lucifer (spring)
Winter Mondays will be all-new, with the Corey Hawkins-led 24 reboot setting up cop drama APB. Gotham and Lucifer will return in the spring.
New Girl / Brooklyn Nine-Nine (spring)
9/8c:Kicking & Screaming / Prison Break (spring)
New Girl and B99 will set up new comedy The Mick, which stars It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's Kaitlin Olson. After that will be survival competition Kicking & Screaming in the winter and the Prison Break revival in the spring.
Lethal Weapon / Shots Fired (spring) (new)
9/8c: Star (new) / Empire (spring)
After Lethal Weapon wraps up, ripped-from-the-headlines limited series Shots Fired will add a dose of seriousness to Fox's lineup. While Empire takes a break, Star will keep its seat warm. That one, like its big sister, is a music-industry drama from Lee Daniels.
The 12th and final season of Bones will start at midseason.
Sleepy Hollow will return for a fourth season without one of its leads, Nicole Beharie, whose character was killed off in the controversial Season 3 finale. That series is looking for stability after some behind-the-scenes drama.
Fox Sports Saturday
The baseball game of the week.
/c: Bob's Burgers
9/8c: Family Guy
/c:The Last Man on Earth
Same comedy lineup as the fall, with the exception of Son of Zorn, which will be replaced by another new comedy, Making History, which follows the time-traveling adventures of Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester.
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