Fox, which is set to announce its complete fall plan at its May 18 "upfront" presentation and just recently renewed Fringe, has proactively filled in a few more blanks.
The network on Tuesday ordered a second, 13-episode season of the midseason entry Lie to Me, starring Tim Roth and Kelli Williams.
Lie to Me will undergo one change for its sophomore run: Shawn Ryan is joining the show as executive producer and showrunner. Should The Unit get picked up, Ryan will juggle both shows — just as he once did with the CBS military drama and The Shield.
Fox also picked up two new series: Human Target, inspired by the DC Comics character and fronted by Mark Valley (speaking of Fringe), and Sons of Tucson, a comedy starring Reaper's Tyler Labine as a con man hired by two brothers to pose as their incarcerated pop.