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Fox has announced the fall premiere dates for its new and returning shows, and the network is looking to kick the whole thing off with a little song and Dance

Leading the prime-time pack in September will be a combo So You Think You Can Dance's first-ever fall debut and the "premiere" of the musical comedy Glee, airing Wednesday, Sept. 16. Viewers got their first sample of Glee last month, following American Idol's final performance show.

Fox is also playing to its strengths by giving the sixth season of House a two-hour launch, on Sept. 21.

The full schedule shakes out as follows:

Saturday, Sept. 12
8 pm/ET COPS
9 pm America's Most Wanted

Wednesday, Sept. 16
8 pm So You Think You Can Dance
9 pm Glee (series premiere)

Thursday, Sept. 17
8 pm Bones
9 pm Fringe

Friday, Sept. 18
8 pm Brothers (series premiere)
8:30 pm 'Til Death
9 pm Dollhouse

Monday, Sept. 21
8 pm House (two-hour premiere)

Sunday, Sept. 27
8 pm The Simpsons
8:30 pm The Cleveland Show (series premiere)
9 pm Family Guy  
9: 30 pm American Dad

Monday, Sept. 28
9 pm Lie to Me

Tuesday, Sept. 29
8 pm Hell's Kitchen (new episode, continuing from summer airing)
9 pm So You Think You Can Dance (time period premiere; two-hour performance shows start Oct. 27)

Saturday, Nov. 7
11 pm The Wanda Sykes Show

Which premieres are you most excited for?

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