Phil Lord and Chris Miller are again looking back to TV history for their next project, an hour-long comedic drama modernization of the sci-fi drama The Greatest American Hero, for which Fox has officially given a pilot commitment. Believe it or not…well, you get it.
The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into the fall season. In the meantime, if there's a new or returning show you don't see on here, feel free to leave a comment and we'll see if we can dig up the date for you! We’ve also listed shows that are expected to premiere at midseason, so if your favorite show doesn’t have a date, yet, check there first!
Fox’s long-awaited DC Comics series, Gotham, is finally hitting the network next month, and to give fans a little bit of an idea about what they can expect, the show released an extended preview of the series called “Gotham: The Legend Reborn.” Clocking in at 21 minutes, the preview is chock full of actors and crew members talking about the great experience shooting Gotham has been.
Fox is gearing up to premiere Gotham this fall, and while we’ve seen trailers and TV spots, it looks like there is still room to add new characters. On Friday, the Batman prequel series announced that Dexter actor David Zayas is joining the cast, and in the new series, he won’t be playing one of the detectives in the squad.
Bones is famously headed into its 10th season this fall, and to celebrate, the good folks over at Fox put together a brand new trailer for the new season that premiered on Friday at Comic-Con in San Diego. The trailer is three minutes long, with a half-minute of brand new footage at the very end of the clip. Unfortunately, things aren’t looking too good for Booth.
The most prominent TV trend lately has been to take some shows, revamp them with a different production budget and return them to television via a new station or service. Cougar Town did it. Community is doing it. Now, Fox’s failed freshman comedy, Enlisted, may be joining the ranks.
There was a good chance that Glee's sixth and final season was going to be short at least a few episodes. It looks like it'll be more than a few, as word has come down that Season 6 of Glee will only consist of thirteen episodes. Glee's final season will air during Midseason 2015.
If you thought that Fox’s Gotham didn’t have any more casting surprises in store just because the pilot was already filmed, you’ll be bat-stonished to know that isn’t the case at all. TV and Hollywood vet Carol Kane (Hester Street) has been added to the cast in a recurring role as Batman’s sidekick Robin and…just kidding!
Chris Colfer is not leaving Glee. Despite a Twitter announcement to the contrary, Colfer's manager confirmed that Colfer will be back on Glee for the final season, and that that his Twitter is believed to have been hacked. The Tweet that went out on Chris Colfer's verified Twitter account stated that he had been "let go" from the series due to personal issues, and promising more information to come.
Case in point: The Fault in our Stars recently crushed at the box office. Now, the brand new trailer for Red Band Society shows that Fox wants to stay on trend with the new wave of teenage-oriented programming. They’ve even thrown in Octavia Spencer in the hopes that adults will get excited about hospitalized schoolchildren, too.
Fox's anticipated midseason drama Hieroglyph has been cancelled. The series, which was among the new dramas included in Fox's 2014-2015 lineup, was supposed to air at some point next year, but Fox has apparently decided to pull the plug on the project well in advance of its planned debut.
In a new video preview for the fall series, the Gotham cast discuss their roles, including how certain heroes and villains need each other in these early stages of their development. We also get some information on Detective James Gordon's involvement in the Wayne Murder case.
Shut it down! That's what Gordon Ramsay is doing with his popular unscripted series Kitchen Nightmares, both in the U.S. and the U.K. Does this mean that he's cleaned up all of the struggling restaurants on both sides of the pond? Not likely. From the sound of it, Ramsay has simply decided to stop making the show.
Your chance to visit the fictional world of Gotham City could become a reality. Kind of. Fox's upcoming series Gotham is casting background extras for the Gotham City-set drama next week in New York City. They're looking for both union and non-union people to try out.
Fox has made quite an impression over the years by cancelling beloved series against the wishes of millions, but they usually give those series time to attract an audience before dropping the axe. That’s sadly not the case for the long-troubled romantic comedy Us & Them, which has already been pulled from their schedule without having aired a single one of its six produced episodes.