FOX is getting a jump start on next week’s upfront presentations by axing five shows and putting some of them out of their low rated misery. The casualties were the low rated Lie to Me and recently re-tooled Human Target. Rookie comedy Traffic Light, that probably will get a, “That was a show?” reaction from most is gone as well
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Well FOX has apparently given up hope of turning Fringe into the next big thing, unless it prospers like the series FOX hopes it would be, The X Files, on Fridays. FOX’s midseason announcement has a lot of changes, the biggest one is American Idol moving from Tuesday/Wednesday to Wednesday/Thursday where it will go head to head with each networks
A slew of fans can rest easy for the rest of the broadcast season as a number of shows (a few thought to be on the bubble) have been renewed by their respective networks. The biggest pick-up is Fringe over at FOX. Thought to be on the bubble because of declining ratings at the beginning of the season (when it
Below is FOX’s official (for now) 2009-2010 Fall/Spring schedule. Dates and times are subject to change based on shows that work, don’t work, etc. One of the most surprising aspects of the schedule is the move of Fringe to Thursday nights where it will compete against established veterans like CSI, Grey’s Anatomy, and The Office (if these shows remain here).
FOX and NBC both delivered bad news to fans of two TV shows. While one was once part of the late night landscape for 14 years (MadTV) the other failed after a little more than a month (My Own Worst Enemy). Variety reports that FOX’s decision to cancel MadTV was an economic one, but like the previously axed King of
Fox has been earning a good deal of press for its drama pickups with midseason entry Dollhouse, from Buffy & Firefly creator Joss Whedon, and J.J. Abrams Fringe picking up most of the written word. In typical Fox fashion the schedules below should be taken with a grain of salt as no network is more dynamic with their scheduling as
The high octane, plot-twist filled series returns to prison and its namesake breakout device
K-Ville shows promise, but one has to wonder where a full seasons of stories will come from