Friday, March 1, 2024

FOX reveals its schedule: 9-1-1: Lone Star and the Doc remake postponed until next fall

FOX reveals its schedule: 9-1-1: Lone Star and the Doc remake postponed until next fall

Only three live-action scripted series will return in the spring: Here are FOX’s post-strike plans.

Dopo CBS, ABC e NBC, FOX is the latest American broadcast network to announce its plans for the new television season heavily influenced by the Hollywood strikes. For the moment there are only three live-action scripted series for which a date has been announced (The Cleaning Lady, Alert: Missing Persons Unit e Animal Control), While I Griffin moves to Wednesday for the first time, leaving the traditional Sunday location. The decision to postpone the fifth season directly to autumn 2024 is notable 9-1-1: Lone Starwhich will allow Rob Lowe to shoot the second season of Unstable of Netflix and a move that perhaps will also serve as a driving force for the new series Doc (remake of the Italian series Doc – In your hands) e Rescue: Hi-Surfalso postponed to next season.

FOX: The new schedule after the strikes

In a sea of ​​reality and game shows, the first series to return to the air on Sunday 7 January will be the animated series Krapopolis, Bob’s Burger e The Greath North along with the special preview of the new animated series Grimsburg. They will then resume on February 18th together with season 35 of I Simpson. They will return on March 5, with the third and second seasons respectively, The Cleaning Lady e Alert: Missing Persons Unit while the second season of the comedy debuts on March 6th Animal Control and returns with the new episodes of season 22 I Griffin. The second season of the anthology drama is missing Accused for which a date has not yet been set. FOX, however, has said that it will communicate it soon along with other announcements.

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