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Fox outlines new fall schedule ahead of Upfronts

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Fox Corporation has released the pending fall schedule for the start of the 2024-25 television season ahead of its Upfronts presentation in New York this week.

The schedule will include new shows like “Rescue: Hi-Surf” from John Wells, a series that resembles something like Baywatch set in the modern day, and a single-camera show from comedian Denis Leary called “Going Dutch.”

The Fox fall line-up includes:

  • Mondays: 9-1-1 Lonestar, Rescue: Hi Surf
  • Tuesdays: Accused, Murder in a Small Town
  • Wednesdays: The Masked Signer, The Floor
  • Thursdays: Hell’s Kitchen, Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test
  • Fridays: UFL, college football, college basketball
  • Saturday: Various sports, network repeats
  • Sundays: NFL on Fox (day), The OT (day/early evening), The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Krapopolis, Universal Basic Guys

“With outstanding original ideas and world-class talent across both new series and returning favorites, Fox’s 2024-25 schedule is filled with unexpected, unforgettable entertainment in every genre,” Rob Wade, the CEO of Fox Entertainment, said in a statement. “Great creative is the center of all we do, and that is reflected in next season’s lineup, as is our ability to attract so many of the industry’s finest storytellers.”

Other shows that will debut new seasons throughout the TV year include “The Cleaning Lady,” “Family Guy,” “MasterChef,” “Doc,” “Name That Tune,” “Masters,” “Next Level Chef” and “Animal Control.”

Most Fox shows stream on the Walt Disney Company’s service Hulu one day after they air on Fox, while some reality series like “The Masked Signer” are available on Fox-owned streaming service Tubi.

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