Fox Pulls ‘Animation Domination High-Def’ From Late-Night, Steers Initiative To Digital, Primetime

By | Thursday April 17, 2014 @ 4:03pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

adhdFox‘s Animation Domination High-Def will cease to exist as a late-night block on June 28 after 11 months on the air. The network is keeping alive the initiative, which employs 100 people working on six series in production. It will be geared exclusively towards younger-skewing digital platforms like Hulu and focus on incubating shows for primetime. ADHD is working on two half-hour primetime series that Fox has quietly greenlighted for next year. After a preview in Fox’s animation domination Sunday primetime block, ADHD got off to a slow start in the Saturday 11 PM hour last summer and never gained traction. Its programming was considered too edgy, targeting young males who weren’t necessarily available at that hour. After ADHD exits late-night, Fox will resume airing repeats in the time slot.

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TCA: Fox Gets In Bed With The Lonely Island For Alternative Comedy Development

By | Monday January 13, 2014 @ 8:30am PST

On the heels of Andy Samberg’s Golden Globe win last night forTCA his work on Fox comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Fox this morning announced it had sealed a multi-year deal with The Lonely Island, forming a new alternative comedy development venture. Akiva Schaffer, Samberg and Jorma Taccone will develop an “alternative pipeline of next-generation comedy series” for the network. Through the new company, The Lonely Island will oversee the development of comedy projects that will be incubated through digital platforms, such as Hulu and Roku, with the ultimate goal of becoming full series on Fox, FX, FXX or other networks.

FoxThe Lonely Island is responsible for creating the popular SNL Digital Shorts, which spurred many water-cooler moments. Some notable shorts include D**k In A Box, Lazy Sunday, I’m On A Boat, Jack Sparrow, YOLO and The Natalie Portman Rap.  In 2007, the trio won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics for  D**k In A Box, and a Peabody Award for the 2008/2009 season. Read More »

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Fox Midseason: ‘Glee’ Returns To Tuesday, ‘Brooklyn’ Moves Behind ‘New Girl’, ‘Mindy’ Takes Hiatus, ‘Following’ Gets NFC Launch

By | Thursday November 21, 2013 @ 4:30pm PST
Nellie Andreeva

Fox is making some scheduling changes for midseason. The underperforming two-hour Tuesday comedy block will be scaled to an hour beginning February 25, when Glee will return to the Tuesday 8 PM slot where it did pretty well during the 2011-12 season. Fox brass hope that the move would help the show regain some footing, which it has lost airing behind a very weak The X Factor this fall. The hourlong Fox comedy block will consist of New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which will move to the 9:30 slot on February 4. It will replace The Mindy Project, which will go on hiatus after a winter finale on January 28, returning on April 1 after Brooklyn Nine-Nine ends its freshman run. The move comes after the sophomore comedy starring Mindy Kaling hit a new series low (1.2 in 18-49) this week. The show’s crew already has been told of the scheduling change, and Mindy is planning a month-long production hiatus around the holidays which the writers will use to regroup and plot the show’s April re-launch.

Fox also is changing its launch plans for midseason dramas The Following and Rake. Instead of premiering new legal dramedy Rake behind the NFC Championship Game on January 19 as previously announced, Fox will launch the second season of  gritty drama The Following after the big game for a two-night season premiere on Sunday, January 19 and Monday, January 20 when the series will debut in its regular Monday 9 PM slot, following the season finale of Sleepy Hollow. The argument is that the dark, male skewing Following would be more compatible with the football game than the lighter, more female-friendly Rake. The new series starring Greg Kinnear will premiere January 23 in its regular Thursday 9 PM slot, following American Idol. As previously announced, new Fox comedy Enlisted will premiere on Friday, January 10, and original episodes of New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine will air after the Super Bowl on February 2. Remaining unclear if the spring scheduling of comedy Dads, which will air its last originals in its Tuesday February 4 and February 11 before going on hiatus to make room for Glee. It could come back later in the season, a return date is TBD. Here are Fox’s updated winter premiere dates: Read More »

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Fox Announces Premiere Dates For ‘The Following’, ‘Rake’ & ‘American Idol’

By | Friday October 25, 2013 @ 12:10pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Fox has set return dates for sophomore drama The Following and American Idol and a premiere date for new drama Rake. Season 13 of American Idol will have a two-night launch January 15-16. Sleepy Hollow will wrap its freshman season on January 20 at 8 PM, leading to the second-season debut of Following, which will succeed Sleepy Hollow, returning to its Monday 9 PM slot. New legal drama Rake will kick off on Sunday, January 19, following the NFC Championship Game, before moving into its Thursday 9 PM berth on January 23. New comedy Enlisted will debut on Friday, January 10. The network also confirmed that new comedy Surviving Jack will air behind Idol on Thursdays for eight episodes in spring (no premiere date set yet) when Idol‘s result show is cut to 30 minutes for the first time, and noted that fellow midseason comedy Us & Them also will have a spring debut. The new season of Fox’s Saturday late-night Animation Domination High-Def block will launch January 11 with Lucas Bros. Moving Co. and Golan The Insatiable. Here are Fox’s midseason premiere date:

Related: Fox’s ‘Surviving Jack’ Gets Post-‘Idol’ Slot, Order Trimmed; ‘Dads’ Expected To Get Back Order Read More »

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RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Big Brother’ and Comedy Keep CBS Out Front Thursday

By | Friday August 23, 2013 @ 8:58am PDT

Comedy repeats and badly behaved Big Brother residents put CBS on top in the ratings Thursday night, in the demo and overall crowd. CBS’ lineup is still being blacked out by Time Warner Cable in three of the country’s top 5 TV markets, and last night its lineup was pre-empted in Boston for an NFL preseason game. NBC was pre-empted in Baltimore for football, ABC in Detroit, and CW in Charlotte  — fast nationals are probably inflated. CBS comedy retreads The Big Bang Theory (2.1, 8 million viewers) and Two And A Half Men (2.0, 7.4 million) had little competition at 8 PM, though ABC’s Wipeout matched a season high in the demo (1.3).

Big Brother (2.3 rating) claimed the night’s No. 1 spot in the demo, and was up a tenth from last week at 9 PM. ABC’s Motive hit a 12-week high in the demo (1.1). At 10, NBC’s recently renewed Hollywood Game Night was No. 1 in the demo (1.3 rating), hitting a four-week high and up 8% compared to last week; it averaged 4 million viewers overall. ABC’s Rookie Blue was the slot’s most-watched show for the seventh week running with 5.3 million tuned in. Fox finished fifth for the night in the demo, with Glee and New Girl clocking 0.7 ratings in the demo, and The Mindy Project a 0.6.

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Adult Swim Crashes Fox’s ‘Animation Domination High-Def’ Premiere

By | Sunday July 28, 2013 @ 1:05pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Last night Fox entered the late-night animated comedy space with the launch of Animation Domination High-Def, and incumbent Adult Swim had something to say about it. In a stealth move through local buys as it was done without Fox’s knowledge, the Turner network aired two ads: one at 11:30 PM after the two ADHD premieres of High School USA and Axe Cop, and one at midnight, following the encores of the two animated debuts. The stripped-down ads featured words on black screen, with elevator music in the background. “The preceding content has been a work of fiction,” the first ad, which followed the ADHD premieres. (Video below.) “Any resemblance to networks, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Pay close attention to the label. Many suitcases look alike. You may find yourself at a beautiful network with a beautiful suitcase. You may ask yourself: How did I get here? [adult swim]” The second: “Congratulations to the crew at ADHD on the launch of their new shows. We wish you all the best…. Nice place you got here… How are the kids?… Great, Great stuff. We’re going to go home now [adult swim].”
ADHD responded to the stunt via Twitter last night: “@adultswim THANK YOU FOR YOUR MONEY” Said ADHD head and Adult Swim alum Nick Weidenfeld today, “We love Adult Swim and we’re happy to receive both their attention and their ad dollars!” Read More »

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Fox’s Comedy Co-Head Marcus Wiley To Depart, Nears First-Look Producing Deal

By | Wednesday July 24, 2013 @ 6:45pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: Fox‘s SVP Marcus Wiley, who has been co-heading the network’s comedy department with Suzanna Makkos, is stepping down to segue to producing. Wiley is finalizing a multi-year, first-look development deal with the network, and is expected to transition into the new role by the end of the month. Makkos will now run the department solo. Wiley, whose contract was up, has been at Fox for the past five and a half years after originally starting at the network in 1999 as an assistant to David Nevins. He is known in the industry for his temper and passion for talent. (He was involved in a heated argument at the network earlier this year that has drawn a lot of attention.)

Before re-joining Fox in 2008, Wiley was a literary and packaging agent at the William Morris Agency for five years and covered Fox. “I felt the network’s comedy brand was in need of being invigorated,” he said. Along with his partner for the past several years, Makkos, Wiley shepherded such recent additions to Fox’s comedy lineup as Raising Hope, New Girl, The Mindy Project and Bob’s Burgers as well as the network’s five upcoming half-hour series. But after recently turning 40, Wiley started pondering what his end game would be. “I came back to Fox to learn the mentality on a high level and take that into being a producer,” Wiley said. He praised Fox’s … Read More »

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Ratings Rat Race: ‘Big Brother’ Grows, Animation Domination High-Def Gets Good Launch In Primetime

By | Monday July 22, 2013 @ 9:51am PDT

Controversy continues to boost CBS’s glass-house competition series Big Brother, which delivered its largest audience of the summer for the second consecutive broadcast (6.84 million viewers) and matched Thursday’s summer high in adults 18-49 (2.4 rating).  Big Brother was Sunday’s No. 1 ranked program in adults 18-49 and adults 25-54. That said, BB isn’t out of the weeds yet: through 11 telecasts, its collective ratings remain tied with its weakest start ever, matching its previous all-time low through eleven episodes, set in summers of ’09 and ’12. Meanwhile, Fox’s preview of its new Saturday Animation Domination High-Def exceeded the network’s internal expectations, ratings-wise. The collective half-hour premieres  of Axe Cop and High School USA! clocked 2.51 million viewers and a 1.1 rating in the demo. Except total viewers and 18-49 isn’t the target audience — it’s young guys. The unveiling of the two shorts averaged 512,000  guys 18-34 –  which is still a little old for this franchise. That was most closely followed in the half hour, among broadcasters, by NBC’s 269,000  in that demo — with a Law & Order: SVU repeat!

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Comic-Con 2013: Day 2 Schedule

By | Friday July 5, 2013 @ 12:35pm PDT

UPDATED: As expected Comic-Con has released its Day 2 schedule. Highlights include panels on Syfy’s DefianceHBO’s Game Of Thrones and a Veronica Mars special video presentation. Also added is an appearance by Metallica at a Hall H panel for its Picturehouse 3D documentary Metallica Through The Never. The band will play a special concert that night in town, and attendees will have an opportunity to win tickets to the show. The schedules for Days 3 and 4 are expected to be released over the weekend. See the complete Day 2 July 19 schedule after the jump.

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Fox Gives Midnight Saturday Half-Hour Back To Affiliate Stations

By | Thursday June 27, 2013 @ 11:14am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Starting Saturday, Sept. 7, the Fox affiliate stations will take control over the Saturday night midnight-12:30 AM time period. The network’s plan for Saturday late-night was to air new original animated block Animation Domination High-Def from 11 PM-midnight, followed by encores of Fox’s primetime animated series. Those additional repeats will now be scrapped, with Animation Domination airing as scheduled. The changeover reverts to the previous Fox Saturday late-night setup. The network programmed the 11 PM-midnight hour until 2006, when it added the mignight-12:30 PM half-hour for the Spike Feresten talk show. Fox held on to the half-hour even after the Feresten show went off the air in 2009, and is now returning it to the affiliates. The extra inventory is expected to help affiliates offset any potential disruptions next fall when Fox is scheduled to air several Saturday football games in primetime that might bleed into local stations’ 11 PM newscasts.

Related: Fox To Debut Lineup Outside Of Premiere Week, Stagger Launches

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2013-14 Fox Schedule

By | Monday May 13, 2013 @ 5:08am PDT

2013-14 Fox Schedule
(New programs in UPPER CASE; all times ET/PT)

MONDAY
8-9 PM Bones (fall) / ALMOST HUMAN (late fall)
9-10 PM SLEEPY HOLLOW (fall) / The Following (midseason)

TUESDAY
8-8:30 PM DADS
8:30-9 PM BROOKLYN NINE-NINE
9-9:30 PM New Girl
9:30-10 PM The Mindy Project

WEDNESDAY
8-10 PM The X Factor (fall) / American Idol (midseason)

THURSDAY
8-9 PM The X Factor Results (fall) / American Idol Results (midseason)
9-10 PM Glee (fall) / RAKE (midseason)

FRIDAY
8-9 PM JUNIOR MASTERCHEF (wt) (fall)
9-10 PM SLEEPY HOLLOW encores (fall)

Late Fall:
8-9 PM Bones
9-9:30 PM Raising Hope (late fall)
9:30-10 PM ENLISTED (new; late fall)

SATURDAY
7-10:30 PM Fox Sports Saturday
11 PM-12:30 AM ANIMATION DOMINATION HIGH-DEF

SUNDAY
7-7:30 PM NFL Game (fall)
7:30-8 PM The OT (fall)
8-8:30 PM The Simpsons
8:30-9:00 PM Bob’s Burgers
9:00-9:30 PM Family Guy
9:30-10 PM American Dad

Schedule TBAs: GANG RELATED, SURVIVING JACK, US & THEM, MURDER POLICE

Related: 2013-14 Schedule Grid & Top Face-Offs

Related: Fox New Series First Looks: Video

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Fox 2013-14 Schedule: Comedy Block And ‘Bones’ On Friday, ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Monday

By | Monday May 13, 2013 @ 5:00am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Male-friendly new comedy and drama series dominate Fox‘s new series picks. Fox is launching six new series in the fall — comedies Dads, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Enlisted and dramas, Sleepy Hollow and Almost Human — and one reality series, Junior Masterchef. Midseason will be as important with six new shows slated to unspool then: comedies Surviving Jack, Us & Them and animated Murder Police, dramas Rake and Gang Related and event series Wayward Pines, from M. Night Shyamalan. Without further ado, here is Fox’s 2013-14 schedule, with analysis and new show descriptions below it:

FOX FALL 2013-2014 SCHEDULE
(New programs in UPPER CASE; all times ET/PT)

MONDAY
8-9 PM Bones (fall) / ALMOST HUMAN (late fall)
9-10 PM SLEEPY HOLLOW (fall) / The Following (midseason)

TUESDAY
8-8:30 PM DADS
8:30-9 PM BROOKLYN NINE-NINE
9-9:30 PM New Girl
9:30-10 PM The Mindy Project

WEDNESDAY
8-10 PM The X Factor (fall) / American Idol (midseason)

THURSDAY
8-9 PM The X Factor Results (fall) / American Idol Results (midseason)
9-10 PM Glee (fall) / RAKE (midseason)

FRIDAY
8-9 PM JUNIOR MASTERCHEF (wt) (fall)
9-10 PM SLEEPY HOLLOW encores (fall)

Late Fall:
8-9 PM Bones
9-9:30 PM Raising Hope (late fall)
9:30-10 PM ENLISTED (new; late fall)

SATURDAY
7-10:30 PM Fox Sports Saturday
11 PM-12:30 AM ANIMATION DOMINATION HIGH-DEF

SUNDAY
7-7:30 PM NFL Game (fall)
7:30-8 PM The OT (fall)
8-8:30 PM The Simpsons
8:30-9:00 PM Bob’s Burgers
9:00-9:30 PM Family Guy
9:30-10 PM American Dad Read More »

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WonderCon Video: Fox’s ‘Axe Cop’

By | Saturday March 30, 2013 @ 10:58pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Fox today released a trailer for Axe Cop, one of the quarter-hour series that will launch Fox’s late-night alternative animated programming block Animation Domination High-Def, which premieres Saturday, July 27. It is based on the Axe Cop web comic, created by then five-year-old Malachai Nicolle, who did the writing, and his 29-year-old brother, Ethan, who drew it. It chronicles the adventures of an axe-wielding police officer and his loyal team of allies as they fight bad guys. The first five installments of Axe Cop were put online on January 25, 2010 and went viral in a matter of days, spawning a graphic novel by Dark Horse Books. Axe Cop was developed for television by Fox’s animation unit head Nick Weidenfeld and Judah Miller. Matt Silverstein and Dave Jeser serve as executive producers/showrunners. The series ensemble cast includes Megan Mullally, Patton Oswalt, Ken Marino and Peter Serafinowicz.

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Fox Pushes Season Finale Dates Of 4 Series

By | Tuesday March 12, 2013 @ 1:54pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

With more and more broadcast series ending their seasons earlier and earlier, Fox is delaying the season finales of four series this year. The network today amended the list of season finale dates it issued two weeks ago with new dates for New Girl, The Mindy Project, Kitchen Nightmares and Touch. Comedies New Girl and Mindy Project, originally slated to wrap their seasons May 7, will now air their finales May 14. Kitchen Nightmares and Touch will finish their seasons May 10. In Fox’s previous plan, Kitchen Nightmares was to end its original run April 6, followed by Touch‘s closer April 26. The reason for the tweaks is that Fox brass decided to have more originals on in May. The rest of the network’s season-finale dates remain unchanged. Here is the full list of Fox’s season finales/summer premieres: Read More »

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Fox Sets Finale & Summer Premiere Dates

By | Thursday February 28, 2013 @ 2:30pm PST
Nellie Andreeva

Fox has officially slotted new unscripted series Does Someone Have To Go, burn-off comedy The Goodwin Games, Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance and the fourth season of Masterchef. Additionally, the network has set the season-finale dates for its current series.

Related: Fox’s ‘Goodwin Games’ Gets May Premiere

Does Someone Have To Go, in which employees of troubled companies are given the opportunity to shake things up, including firing co-workers, will get a preview May 15 behind Part 1 of American Idol‘s finale before moving into its Thursday 8 PM slot May 23. Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance kicks off May 14, taking over Fox’s Tuesday primetime where the network has been airing a comedy block this season. Displaced comedies will relocate to Mondays beginning May 20, joined by The Goodwin Games, which will air its seven-episode order. Fox has slated repeats of New Girl, Raising Hope and The Mindy Project, giving the three shows very good odds at renewal. (Networks often don’t air repeats of cancelled series over the summer.) Masterchef returns May 22 with a two-hour premiere. The network is not saying what the cooking series will be paired with it afterward. As previously announced, Fox’s new alternative animated programming block will premiere July 27, airing in the Saturday 11 PM-12:30 AM slot. Here is a rundown of Fox’s season finale and summer premiere dates: Read More »

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Fox Reorganizes Current Department, Signs Partnership With Wigs YouTube Channel

By | Tuesday February 19, 2013 @ 2:30pm PST
Nellie Andreeva

James OhShana WatermanFox is restructuring its current department to include event series and digital programming. Part of that digital programming will be projects introduced under a multi-year pact Fox has signed with YouTube original drama channel WIGS. Fox’s VP Current Programming James Oh has been upped to SVP and will oversee all of Fox’s existing scripted series and manage Fox’s current programming team. He succeeds in the role of Fox’s head of current Marcy Ross who is departing the network. SVP Current Programming Shana C. Waterman will assume the title of SVP, Event Series & Multi-Platform Programming, a newly-created department set out to manage the network’s limited-run and digital programming initiatives. She will commission and develop long-form event series for Fox under the network’s joint initiative with FX, will oversee the network’s multi-platform programming, including Animation Domination High-Def (ADHD), The Short-Com Comedy Hour (working title), WIGS and other digital-to-broadcast efforts. Oh reports to Fox COO Joe Earley, Waterman to chairman Kevin Reilly. In addition, Fox has hired Kiliaen Van Rensselaer, previously SVP, Digital Media at News Corp, as SVP, Multi-Platform Programming. He will serve as the senior operational executive for Fox’s multi-platform programming. Read More »

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Fox “Not Trying To Out-Do Adult Swim” In Net’s Animation Push: TCA

By | Tuesday January 8, 2013 @ 5:15pm PST

Ray Richmond is contributing to Deadline’s TCA coverage.

No other broadcast network has had nearly the success in programming primetime animation as Fox, from The Simpsons to King Of The Hill to Family Guy and beyond. But Fox isn’t content to rest on those laurels, as it made clear during an afternoon TCA session hyping its forthcoming alternative-themed Animation Domination High-Def experimental block that’s scheduled to launch on July 27. It will run Saturday late-nights over 90 minutes (11 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.), initially rolling out six 15-minute series that will try to rival Cartoon Network‘s Adult Swim in the experimental space. But while the head of the overall initiative, Nick Weidenfeld, tried to minimize comparisons to Adult Swim — over which he was head of development for eight years — he told critics today that it ain’t about trying to out-do Adult Swim on its turf. “I’m not sure I’d call it competition with Adult Swim,” he said. “They do action programming on Saturday night, so I think there’s space for interesting animated comedy to exist…I think if we’re competing with anyone, it’s with the Internet and with ourselves more than any other network.” The initial shows on Saturday night will include offerings like Axe Cop, based on an Internet sensation about what comes from the imagination of a five-year-old boy, and … Read More »

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Fox Sets Premiere Date For Animated Late-Night Block

By | Tuesday January 8, 2013 @ 10:03am PST

Animation Domination High-Def will debut Saturday, July 27 and run from 11 PM-12:30 AM, Fox announced today as part of its portion of the TCA winter tour in Pasadena. The alternative animated programming block will feature quarter-hour series Axe Cop, High School USA! and the untitled Lucas Brothers project. Six quarter hours have been ordered for the series, the on-air component of Fox’s digital animation network, which encompasses online, mobile apps, game consoles and VOD and acts as an incubator for animated fare that can transition to the network. Here are Fox’s descriptions of the shows: Read More »

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2012-13 Fox Schedule

By | Tuesday May 15, 2012 @ 10:47pm PDT

MONDAY
8:00-9:00 PM BONES
9:00-10:00 PM  THE MOB DOCTOR THE FOLLOWING (new) joins in midseason.

TUESDAY
8:00-8:30 PM RAISING HOPE
8:30-9:00 PM  BEN AND KATE (new)
9:00-9:30 PM NEW GIRL
9:30-10:00 PM THE MINDY PROJECT (new)
THE GOODWIN GAMES (new) joins in midseason.

WEDNESDAY
8:00-10:00 PM THE X FACTOR (fall) / AMERICAN IDOL (midseason)

THURSDAY
8:00-9:00 PM THE X FACTOR Results (fall) / AMERICAN IDOL Results(midseason)
9:00-10:00 PM GLEE

FRIDAY
8:00-9:00 PM TOUCH
9:00-10:00 PM  FRINGE (fall)
HELL’S KITCHEN returns in midseason.

SATURDAY
7:00-10:30 PM FOX SPORTS SATURDAY (fall)
COPS returns in midseason.
ANIMATION DOMINATION HIGH-DEF(new) will join late-prime in 2013.

SUNDAY
7:00-7:30 PM NFL Game (fall) / ANIMATION DOMINATION (encores)
7:30-8:00 PM THE OT (fall) / THE CLEVELAND SHOW
8:00-8:30 PM THE SIMPSONS
8:30-9:00 PM BOB’S BURGERS
9:00-9:30 PM FAMILY GUY
9:30-10:00 PM AMERICAN DAD
FOX 2012-2013 PRIMETIME SCHEDULE
NEW SERIES SYNOPSES
The following new comedies will premiere this fall on FOX:
BEN AND KATE
What happens when an exuberant, irresponsible dreamer who always says “yes” moves in with his overly responsible little sister to help raise her five-year-old daughter? BEN AND KATE, a new single-camera young ensemble comedy, follows these odd-couple siblings as they push each other out of their comfort zones and into real life. KATE FOX (Dakota Johnson, “The Social Network”) followed the rules all her life…until she got pregnant in college and dropped out just shy of graduation. After the birth of her daughter, MADDIE (Maggie Jones, “We Bought a Zoo,” “Footloose”), Kate put her twenties on hold. Now working as a bar manager to make ends meet and maximize her time with five-year-old Maddie, she’s uber-prepared for every possible catastrophe – except for the arrival of her older brother, BEN FOX (Nat Faxon, “Bad Teacher”). Ben likes trouble a lot more than his sister does. … Read More »

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