For the second year in a row, FOX has announced its plans for the upcoming year of television, but has not released a schedule. Recurring series and programs on FOX include 9-1-1: Lone Star (season five), Accused (US) (season two), Alert: Missing Persons Unit (season two), Animal Control (season two), Bob's Burgers (season fourteen), The Cleaning Lady (US) (season three), Family Guy (season 22), Farmer Wants a Wife (season two), The Great North (season four), Hell's Kitchen (US) (season 22), I Can See Your Voice (US) (season three), Lego Masters (US) (season four), Lego Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular (season two), The Masked Singer (season ten), Name That Tune (season three), Next Level Chef (season three), The Simpsons (season 35), and Special Forces: World's Toughest Test (season two).
Additional series innovations are yet to be announced.
New series include Doc (medical drama), Grimsburg (animated comedy), Krapopolis (animated comedy), Rescue Hi-Surf (lifeguard drama), Snake Oil (game show) and We Are Family (game show).
The fate of the FOX comedy series Welcome to Flatch is still up in the air.
It is unknown when the new season will begin due to production delays due to the ongoing WGA strike.
Rob Wade, CEO of FOX Entertainment, revealed the FOX programming and series for the 2023-2024 television season to the national advertising community last week during the in-person Upfront Presentation at the Manhattan Center. FOX is adding two new dramas, two new animated comedy series and two new unscripted series to its program lineup. The media company, which includes scripts, reality and animation, continues to expand program ownership from its own business units FOX Entertainment Studios, FOX Alternative Entertainment, Studio Ramsay Global and Bento Box Entertainment.
“Across every genre of Fox’s 2023-24 lineup, we continue to attract the brightest, most prolific creators in the industry,” said Rob Wade, CEO, Fox Entertainment in a statement. “As a result, our content portfolio continues to deliver balance and variety in its storytelling through the strength and stability of our returning favorites and tremendous creativity of our new series.”
From FOX's Emmy Award-winning animation house, Bento Box Entertainment, comes two brand new animated comedy series: Krapopolis, from Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon, starring Hannah Waddingham (Ted Lasso), Richard Ayoade (The IT Crowd) and Matt Berry (What We Do in the Shadows) in the lead roles and Grimsburg, starring Jon Hamm as an executive producer. Krapopolis and Grimsburg join the recurring series Bob's Burgers, Family Guy (pictured), The Great North and The Simpsons.
Premiering next season is a brand new game show, Snake Oil, hosted and produced by Emmy and Golden Globe Award-nominated comedian David Spade (Saturday Night Live, Just Shoot Me) and produced by Emmy-nominated Will Arnett (Lego Masters ( US), Arrested Development), through his Electric Avenue Productions.
Also premiering next season is the all-new music guessing game We Are Family, hosted by Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning actor, singer and comedian Jamie Foxx and co-hosted by his daughter, producer and activist Corinne Foxx. Snake Oil and We Are Family join Farmer Wants a Wife, Hell's Kitchen (US), I Can See Your Voice (US), Lego Masters (US), The Masked Singer, Name That Tune, Next Level Chef and Special Forces: World's Toughest Test.
Additionally, Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares returns to FOX with an all-new season of restaurant makeovers. Lego Masters (US) will also broadcast its second Lego Masters multi-day holiday event: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular.
FOX's new dramas include:
Doc, based on the globally acclaimed Italian series Doc - Nelle tue mani, created and produced by Lux Vide, a Fremantle Company, starring Simona Tabasco and Beatrice Grannò from The White Lotus.
FOX's Doc is a new medical drama centered around the hard-working, brilliant Dr. Amy Elias, chief of internal and family medicine at Westside Hospital in Minneapolis. After a brain injury wipes out the last eight years of her life, Amy must navigate her way into an unfamiliar world, in which she remembers nothing of the patients she's treated, colleagues she's crossed paths with, the soulmate she's divorced, the man she now loves and the tragedy that made her push everyone away. She can rely only on her estranged seventeen-year-old daughter, whom she remembers as a nine-year-old, and a handful of devoted friends, as she struggles to pursue medicine despite losing nearly a decade of knowledge and experience. Doc is co-produced by Sony Pictures Television and FOX Entertainment Studios. Barbie Kligman is showrunner and executive producer. Hank Steinberg (Channel Road Productions) and Erwin Stoff (3 Arts Entertainment) serve as executive producers.
Doc - Nelle tue mani, created by Francesco Arlanch and Viola Rispoli, debuted in Italy in 2020 on Rai 1, where it was the network's first series since 2007. Since then, the series form has been sold in twelve countries and seven versions have already been made.
From prolific, award-winning executive producer/director John Wells (Shameless (US), The West Wing, ER) and executive producer/writer Matt Kester (Animal Kingdom (2016), Outsiders), comes the pulse-pounding Hawaiian rescue drama Rescue: HI- Browse.
The series follows the personal and professional lives of the lifeguards who patrol and protect O'ahu's North Shore - the most famous and dangerous stretch of coastline in the world. Each episode features these dedicated, heroic, and adrenaline-seeking first responders saving lives in the difficult and often life-threatening conditions of Hawaii's Seven Mile Miracle.
Rescue: HI-Surf is co-produced by Warner Bros. Television and FOX Entertainment Studios. Matt Kester created the series. Kester, John Wells and Daniele Nathanson serve as executive producers and co-showrunners. Erin Jontow (John Wells Productions) also serves as an executive producer. Kester is writing the first episode and Wells is directing the first two episodes.
FOX's new animated comedy series include:
From Emmy Award-winning creator Dan Harmon (Rick and Morty, Community) comes Krapopolis, an animated series unlike any other. Set in mythical ancient Greece, the series revolves around a family of humans, gods and monsters trying to rule one of the world's first cities without killing each other.
The series' voice cast includes Emmy Award winner Hannah Waddingham (Ted Lasso), Richard Ayoade (The IT Crowd), Matt Berry (What We Do in the Shadows), Pam Murphy (Mapleworth Murders), and Duncan Trussell (The Midnight Gospel). ).
In the series, Ayoade is the voice of Tyrannis, the mortal son of a goddess. He is the selfish, narcissistic king of Krapopolis trying to survive in a city that lives up to his name. Waddingham plays Deliria, mother of Tyrannis, goddess of self-destruction and questionable choices. Within her extended Olympian family - forged in patricide and infidelity - she is known as the trashy one. Berry is Shlub, the father of Tyrannis, a mantitaur (half centaur (horse + human), half manticore (lion + human + scorpion). He is oversexed and underemployed, claims to be an artist and has literally never lived anywhere in his life. paid for in any way.
Murphy plays Stupendous, the half-sister of Tyrannis, daughter of Deliria and a Cyclops. Trussell plays Hippocampus, Tyrannis' half-brother, a descendant of Shlub and a mermaid, and, of course, a biological mess. Krapopolis is owned by FOX Entertainment and produced by Bento Box Entertainment. Dan Harmon is the creator and executive producer. Jordan Young serves as executive producer and showrunner (season one). Alex Rubens serves as executive producer and showrunner (seasons two and three).
The brand new animated comedy Grimsburg stars Emmy Award winner Jon Hamm (Mad Men), who also serves as an executive producer for the series. In Grimsburg, Marvin Flute (Hamm) is a brilliant detective with opinions as eccentric as his tastes, who can't help putting his own personal problems - be it his family or petty disagreements between his co-workers - ahead of the crimes he commits. must solve. Now back in Grimsburg, a town where everyone has a secret or three, Flute will follow every lead he has to rid himself of the ex-wife he continued to love, even if it means dealing with the son he never bothered to get to know.
Grimsburg is owned by FOX Entertainment and produced by Bento Box Entertainment. Catlan McClelland and Matthew Schlissel created the series and are co-executive producers. Gail Berman, Hend Baghdady, Chadd Gindin, Connie Tavel and Jon Hamm serve as executive producers. Chadd Gindin serves as showrunner.