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FOX has announced its 2019 fall schedule (* indicates a new show):
8:00 - 9-1-1
9:00 - Prodigal Son *
8:00 - The Resident
9:00 - Empire (sixth and final season)
8:00 - The Masked Singer
9:00 - Not Just Me *
8:00 - Thursday Night Football
8:00 - WWE Smackdown Live
7:00 - FOX College Football
7:00 - NFL On FOX
7:30 - The OT / FOX Encores
8:00 - The Simpsons
8:30 - Bless the Harts *
9:00 - Bob's Burgers
9:30 - Family Guy
The following shows will return midseason:
Last Man Standing
These shows have been cancelled:
The Cool Kids
FOX has 11 new shows on tap for next season. These 3 premiere in the fall:
Not Just Me - An only child (Brittany Snow) find out that her fertility doctor father (Timothy Hutton) may have conceived hundreds of children.
Prodigal Son - Tom Payne stars as the son of a convicted serial killer (Michael Sheen) who now hunts killers himself.
Bless the Harts - Animated comedy about a broke family struggling to make ends meet. Voices include Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Ike Barinholtz and Mary Steenburgen.
These shows will premiere midseason:
9-1-1: Lone Star - This spinoff stars Rob Lowe as a New York cop who relocates to Austin.
Deputy - Stephen Dorff stars in this drama about a lawman forced into office as the new Los Angeles county sherriff.
Filthy Rich - Southern gothic family drama starring Gerald McRaney and Kim Cattrall.
NeXt - John Slattery stars as a Silicon Valley pioneer who discovers that one of his own inventions, a powerful A.I., might be causing a global catastrophe.
Duncanville - Animated comedy about a boy with a rich fantasy life.
Outmatched - Comedy about a blue collar Atlantic City family. Starring Maggie Lawson and Jason Biggs.
The Great North - Animated comedy about a single dad raising his kids in Alaska. Voices include Megan Mullally, Will Forte and Nick Offerman.
Ultimate Tag - Competition show based on the game of Tag.
Most new shows are mid Season? Why?
I think it goes back to FOX giving up Friday night to WWE Wrestling, so that's 2 hours gone right there. They also still have Thursday Night Football which lasts into December. So that only leaves 8 hours of programming on Sun-Wed. I'm betting they're holding back Last Man Standing to lead-off Thursday night (probably starting in January), paired with one of the new comedies and then a new drama to complete the night.
I heard it will pair with Outmatched.
I'm not sure why FOX shuffled the Sunday lineup. It looks like they think new show Bless the Harts will do better earlier after The Simpsons instead of 9:30 after Family Guy.