American Idol and The Following will return in mid-January, and Idol's Thursdayresults shows will be shortened to 30 minutes, Fox announced Friday.
Idol will kick off its 13th season with a four-hour, two-night premiere on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and Thursday, Jan. 16 at 8/7c.
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The Following will begin its sophomore season after the season finale of Sleepy Hollow, on Monday, Jan. 20 at 9/8c.
Ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding! The Fox network couldn't resist chiming in with its own take on "The Fox," the online video sensation and catchy dance song from Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis.
A new Fox promo, set to start airing Tuesday night, features various network stars singing and dancing along to the nonsensical chorus of "The Fox." Among network talent chiming in (complete with animal headgear): Jane Lynch (Glee), Orlando Jones and Katia Winter (Sleepy Hollow), Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Geoff Stults (Enlisted), Graham Elliot (Masterchef Junior) and Michael Ealy (Almost Human). Clips from an assortment of Fox shows are also synced to the tune.
Fox has postponed the premiere of Enlisted to midseason.
Enlisted was originally slated to launch on Friday, Nov. 8 following Raising Hope. Instead, the new comedy will premiere Friday, Jan. 10 at 9:30/8:30c. Until then, the network will air back-to-back original episodes of Raising Hope on Fridays starting Nov. 8. The network hopes to...
Angelique Cabral wed her longtime boyfriend Jason Osborn on July 20, People reports.
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When the Fox network burst on the scene back in 1986, it changed the broadcast map with its bold shows and brash style. But the TV landscape and the way we consume the increasing tide of product (on cable, online and On Demand) continues to evolve, so the network's entertainment president Kevin Reilly put on his Professor Television cap to kick off Fox's day at the summer TCA press tour on Thursday with a long soliloquy, or was it a filibuster, rattling off statistics to show that network TV is far from dead. Promising (not for the first time) to schedule and develop shows year round with fewer "fallow" periods of repeats, while changing up the way this new wave of "event" series is being programmed — most notably, launching the 12-hour 24 reboot next May, with the M. Night Shyamalan miniseries Wayward Pines to follow in July — Reilly declared, "The one-size-fits-all business is over."