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Fox Fall TV Shows 2023: What's Returning and What's Not

Fox is getting into the lifeguard business

Tim Surette
Adan Canto and Élodie Yung, The Cleaning Lady

Adan Canto and Élodie Yung, The Cleaning Lady

Jeff Neumann/Fox

The Writers Guild of America strike has wreaked havoc on network schedules (oh boo hoo, networks), leaving many of them to fill their lineups with reality shows or at least be cautious with their plans. But Fox was so uncertain of what's going to happen that the network didn't even bother to release a schedule. If this sounds familiar, it's because Fox also did not announce a schedule last year due to decisions surrounding a pair of high-profile shows, 9-1-1 and The Resident, both of which coincidentally aren't returning to Fox for the upcoming season. (9-1-1 was canceled by Fox and picked up by ABCThe Resident ended earlier this year.) 

Fox will instead continue to build on a new look, with six new series and five series in their second seasons, as well as its stable of old reliables like The Simpsons, 9-1-1: Lone Star, and The Masked Singer. Two renewals have also been announced: Farmer Wants a Wife and Special Forces: World's Toughest Test.

The network's two new scripted series are Rescue: HI-Surf, a lifeguard drama set in Hawaii's North Shore of Oahu from ER's John Wells; and Doc, about a doctor who suffers a traumatic brain injury and loses all memory of the last eight years of her life. The two previously announced new animated series are the long-in-the-making Krapopolis, a Dan Harmon series set in the world of Greek mythology, and Grimsburg, about a small-town detective (voiced by Jon Hamm). Both were already renewed for second seasons. On the unscripted side, David Spade will host the Shark Tank-esque Snake Oil, and Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne will host We Are Family, a music guessing game. 

Fox will announce its schedule at a later date. 

2023-2024 Fall TV Schedules: NBC Fall TV Shows, CBS Fall TV Shows, ABC Fall TV ShowsThe CW Fall TV Shows

Renewed Fox TV shows returning in 2023

9-1-1: Lone Star, Accused, Alert: Missing Persons Unit, Animal Control, Bob's Burgers, The Cleaning Lady, Family Guy, Farmer Wants a Wife, The Great North, Hell's Kitchen, I Can See Your Voice, Kitchen Nightmares, Lego Masters, The Masked Singer, Name That Tune, Next Level Chef, The Simpsons, Special Forces: World's Toughest Test

New Fox TV shows in 2023

Rescue: HI-Surf, Doc, Krapopolis, Grimsburg, Snake Oil, We Are Family

Canceled Fox TV shows that won't be back in 2023

Call Me Kat, Monarch, The Resident, 9-1-1 (moved to ABC), Fantasy Island