Variety is reporting that Fox has just announced their fall line up. There’s be the usual delays from baseball and things like that, but the fact that they are rolling out a week before the other networks should give them a boost.
“So You Think You Can Dance” on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at 8 p.m., leading in to the regular series premiere of “Glee” (which was previewed on air in May) at 9 p.m.
“Bones” and “Fringe” return the following night, Sept. 17,
Friday’s schedule (comedies “Brothers” and “‘Til Death,” and returning drama “Dollhouse”) is back Sept. 18.
“House” returns Monday, Sept. 21 with a two-hour episode; the show reverts to its regular 8 p.m. slot Sept. 28, along with the season premiere of “Lie to Me.”
On Tuesdays, the summer edition of “Hell’s Kitchen” will bleed into the fall, which means the Tuesday night edition of “So You Think You Can Dance” will run for just an hour through the month of October, until “Hell’s” completes its run.
Fox’s animated four-plex on Sundays — “The Simpsons,” newbie “The Cleveland Show,” “Family Guy” and “American Dad” — are back Sept. 27.
As for Saturdays, “Cops” will return with two new episodes Sept. 12, along with the season premiere of “America’s Most Wanted.” The latenight “Wanda Sykes Show” bows at 11 p.m. Nov. 7.
I’m probably most excited about FOX for the fall. I’m thrilled that Dollhouse is coming back, especially with the addition of Summer Glau. Plus, I can’t wait to see what happens next on house and how they fix the trainwreck of a season finale that was bones this past year.