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Fox Orders Rob Lowe Comedy, Morris Chestnut Autopsy Procedural

Four more shows have joined the Fall 2015 lineup for Fox!

Jessica Roy

Fox has added four new series to its fall lineup.

Among them is The Grinder, a legal family comedy starring Rob Lowe, a John Stamos- fronted comedy, and a procedural drama called Rosewood.
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The Grinder is about a TV actor who moves back home after his longtime run as an onscreen lawyer comes to an end. He decides his chops as a television attorney make him qualified to run his family's small-town law firm. Rob Lowe, who will also executive-produce, is the actor playing the actor playing a lawyer.

In Grandfathered, Stamos plays a confirmed bachelor who finds out he's actually a father -- and a grandfather. Stamos will also executive- produce, and the cast also includes Josh Peck, Paget Brewster, Christina Milian, and Ravi Patel.

A third comedy, The Guide to Surviving Life, features a 26-year-old with a camera, who decides to make fellow young people a guide to surviving your 20s. Jack Cutmore Scott will play the world-weary lead, with Meaghan Rath and James Earl co-starring.

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On the drama side, Rosewood is a procedural starring Morris Chestnut as Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr., an unbearably optimistic private pathologist in Miami who has a Sherlock Holmes-style eye for details others miss. Despite having a job that requires him to pore over corpses and look for evidence in gruesome murders, Dr. Rosewood is -- irony alert! -- obsessed with all the good things life has to offer. Reportedly, this will not jibe with a lot of his cynical colleagues, including a lady detective with whom he often works. We predict a "sure, he's tough to work with, but damn it, he's good at his job!" vibe from this one.

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