Fox Fall Schedule 2013
8/7c Bones(fall)/ALMOST HUMAN (late fall)
9 pmSLEEPY HOLLOW (fall)/The Following(midseason)
8 pm DADS
8:30 pmBROOKLYN NINE-NINE
9 pmNew Girl
9:30 pm The Mindy Project
8 pm The X Factor (fall)/American Idol (midseason)
8 pmThe X FactorResults (fall)/American Idolresults (midseason)
9 pmGlee(fall)/RAKE (midseason)
8 pmJUNIOR MASTERCHEF(fall)/Bones(late fall)
9 pmSleepy Hollowencores (fall)/ Raising Hope and ENLISTED(late fall)
7 pm Fox Sports Saturday
8 pm The Simpsons
8:30 pm Bob’s Burgers
9 pmFamily Guy
9: 30American Dad
Of note: ‘Glee’ is only set for a fall run and will vacate its spot at midseason. Also, ‘Bones’ is moving to Fridays after the World Series and ‘New Girl’ will get the coveted post-Super Bowl spot.
Fox also announced ‘Wayward Pines,’ a short “event series” for Spring from M Night Shyamalan, starring Matt Dillon.
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“Please Don’t Go to Sleep” set to Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” Fallon + anthem + walking down hallways = gold.
NBC’s super awesome Super Bowl commercial.
Straight up 80s style network propaganda for a flailing 4th place but damn, if it wasn’t charming as hell. Watch for Ron Swanson alone.
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John Hughes is rolling over in his grave.
Was Alan Ruck not available to join him? Even if only for one scene?
The idea of this was great and there were a lot of knowing little nods, but in the end the ten second teaser was far more exciting than the pay off.