Earlier today, the network unveiled start dates for the full fall schedule, which of course includes animated comedies, unscripted fare, and some brand-new products at the same time. This schedule feels like a partial revamp given how different it is from what we saw earlier this year; remember that Fox is still finding itself after so many of its one-time assets were sold off in the merger with Disney. It operates now as a separate entity, and it does need to find a big hit other than The Masked Singer.
Remember that all of the times listed below are Eastern; adjust accordingly depending on where you are in the country.
Monday, September 20
8:00 – 9-1-1
9:00 – The Big Leap (new series)
Tuesday, September 21
8:00 – The Resident
9:00 – Our Kind of People (new series)
Wednesday, September 22
8:00 – The Masked Singer
9:00 – Alter Ego (new series)
(Note that on September 23, you will have an additional two hours of The Masked Singer and Alter Ego — Thursday Night Football does not kick off on the network until early October.)
Sunday, September 26
8:00 – The Simpsons
8:30 – The Great North
9:00 – Bob’s Burgers
9:30 – Family Guy
That’s it! Fox has a smaller schedule than most other networks for a few reasons — it doesn’t broadcast new programming at 10:00 p.m. Eastern time, and at the moment, it is giving up its Thursday and Friday schedules for the NFL and WWE, respectively. In early 2022 the Thursday-night schedule will open up, so we hope to get some more information on that a little bit later this year.
What do you most want to see on The Resident or 9-1-1 season 5?
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