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Fox is getting a head start!
The network announced premiere dates Thursday for their upcoming fall programming slate, which spans two months and ends in early November withMasterChef Junior.
Kicking off the network's fall programming slate on Sunday, Sept. 7 is Utopia, a new reality series that combines elements of Survivor with Big Brotheras contestants create a new society in the wilderness.
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New seasons of comedies New Girl and The Mindy Project will officially kick off Fox's scripted slate on Tuesday, Sept. 16.
You can 86 Kitchen Nightmares. Celebrity chef and reality star Gordon Ramsay announced Monday that he's closing up the restaurant renovation program that helped build his empire...
It's nearly impossible to please chef Gordon Ramsay, but the remaining nine contestants on Hell's Kitchen will certainly try.
On Thursday's episode, Ramsay tasks the chefs with creating a new dinner menu. The team with the most popular dish among the diners wins the challenge — and is safe from Ramsay's wrath.
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Fox has unveiled its new fall schedule, which finds Bones on the move (again!), Glee missing in action and Animation Domination being a little less animated with the introduction of live comedies on Sunday night.
After testing out the waters on pretty much every night of Fox's schedule...
Below you can find Fox's new fall schedule along with a list of pilots the network has picked up to series for the 2014-15 season. Click here for ABC, CBS, NBC and The CW.
No one died in the explosion, but Scandal went out with a huge bang Thursday.
The Season 3 finale drew 10.5 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, making it the show's most-watched and highest-rated season-ender yet. Scandal finished Season 3 up 39 percent in viewership and 43 percent in the demo. The episode followed Grey's Anatomy (8.1 million, 2.5), which was down a tenth.
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Four other finales didn't fare as well. The Crazy Ones (5.8 million, 1.5) and ...
Fox is whipping up a big schedule switcheroo.
The network is moving Rake to Fridays beginning March 14, and replacing Greg Kinnear's low-rated legal drama on Thursdays with the new season of...
It's time for a reality-TV reality check. Even top executives and producers admit that the genre has become tired — an overload of singing battles, food challenges, screaming housewives and dating competitions. "We've been in a huge reality drought," says Greg Goldman, the new president of Studio Lambert USA, which produces Undercover Boss.
The broadcast networks continue to coast on the enduring success of veteran franchises like Survivor, but they're not minting many new hits. In cable, the success of docuseries like the Real Housewives franchise and Love & Hip Hop has led to a glut of such shows.
But a shake-up may finally be on the way. CBS recently named a new head of reality TV, Chris Castallo, while Fox is looking to fill the top job in its alternative department (which infamous reality kingpin Mike Darnell vacated at the end of July). There's also a new head of unscripted TV at AMC, while TruTV and A&E, both big reality networks, have new bosses.
How I Met Your Mother met huge ratings Monday with its reveal of the titular Mother.
The Season 8 finale drew 8.4 million viewers and a 3.4 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up eight-tenths from last ...
Fox has picked up another culinary competition from Gordon Ramsay, the network announced Friday. In addition, Fox has renewed Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen for another season and ordered two more seasons of Masterchef.