Get ready for a comedic and futuristic look at Fox's new fall series.

The network released first looks for its upcoming series including Rob Lowe's The Grinder, Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens, John Stamos' new comedy Grandfathered and the network's adaptation of Minority Report. Check them out below:

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Grandfathered stars John Stamos (Full House) as the ultimate bachelor who is thrown for a loop when he suddenly discovers that he's not only a father...but also a grandfather.

The Grinder stars Rob Lowe (Parks and Recreation) as a famous TV lawyer (Lowe) who, after his hit series "The Grinder" is canceled, moves back home and joins his brother (The Wonder Years' Fred Savage) at their family's real-life law firm. We repeat, he's an actor who only played a lawyer on TV, with no real legal experience or knowledge whatsoever. That won't go well.

Scream Queens, from American Horror Story creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, stars Emma Roberts as the head of a sorority at a college campus that's thrown into panic after a series of murders committed by a serial killer who wears a devil mask. The supporting cast includes Lea Michele, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas.

Minority Report, a sequel to the Steven Spielberg film of the same name, stars Stark Sands as a man with vague visions of the future who teams up with a cop (Meagan Good), who is haunted by her past, as they race to stop the worst crimes before they happen.

Rosewood stars Morris Chestnut (Nurse Jackie) as a private pathologist who utilizes the latest technology and his YOLO attitude to annoy and team up with a Type-A detective (Jaina Lee Ortiz) and the Miami PD uncover clues that no one else can see.

Lucifer stars Tom Ellis as the charismatic lord of Hell, who gets bored with his hellish routine and escapes to Los Angeles, where he uses his gift of persuasion to punish bad guys. But the longer he's away from the underworld, the greater the threat that the worst of humanity could escape.

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In The Frankenstein Code, a disgraced 75-year-old ex-sheriff, whose life ends at the hands of corrupt cops, is resurrected as a 35-year-old (Rob Kazinsky) thanks to a pair of young tech scientists. The other bonus? Unpredictable near-superhuman abilities!

Bordertown, a new animated comedy from Family Guy's Mark Hentemann and Seth MacFarlane, is a satirical look at the cultural shifts taking place in America through the lives of two very different families living in a fictional Southwest desert town on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Check back for trailers for Scream Queens, The Guide to Surviving Life and The X-Files.