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First Look at FOX’s 2010-11 Fall & Mid-Season Schedule

GleeFOX’s schedule for the 2010-11 season will look a lot like the current season, primarily because the network doesn’t have too many holes to fill. There will be three new dramas and four sitcoms.

Glee will get the plum position behind the Super Bowl next year. That’s a very nice vote of confidence for the TV show but you have to wonder how many football fans are watching the musical series. It’s sure to help ratings though. While Glee is a success in many ways, it’s not a blockbuster hit that many believe it is.

The Idol results show will supposedly be shaved to a half hour. Before you get too excited, keep in mind that FOX has said that in the past. It was presumed that Simon Cowell’s new series would kick off this fall but it’s not on the schedule.

It’s interesting that Human Target’s been put on Friday nights, a little-watched night for television. It remains to be seen how many viewers the show will have to attract to be considered a success.

If any of your favorites are missing, be sure to check out our list of FOX cancelled and renewed shows.

FALL SCHEDULE:
Sunday:
7-8pm — The OT (NFL post-game)
8-8:30pm — The Simpsons
8:30-9pm — The Cleveland Show
9-9:30pm — Family Guy
9:30-10pm — American Dad

Monday:
8-9pm — House
9-10pm — Lone Star (drama)

Tuesday:
8-9pm — Glee
9-9:30pm — Raising Hope (sitcom, formerly Keep Hope Alive)
9:30-10pm — Running Wilde (sitcom)

Wednesday:
8-9pm — Lie to Me
9-10pm — Hell’s Kitchen

Thursday:
8-9pm — Bones
9-10pm — Fringe

Friday:
8-9pm — Human Target
9-10pm — The Good Guys

Saturday:
8-8:30pm — Cops
8:30-9pm — Cops
9-10pm — America’s Most Wanted

MIDSEASON SCHEDULE:
Sunday:
7-7:30pm — The Simpsons encores
7-7:30pm — American Dad
8-8:30pm — The Simpsons
8:30-9pm — Bob’s Burgers (animated sitcom)
9-9:30pm — Family Guy
9:30-10pm — The Cleveland Show

Monday:
8-9pm — House
9-10pm — Lone Star / Ride-Along (drama)

Tuesday:
8-9:30pm — American Idol
9:30-10pm — Running Wilde / Mixed Signals (sitcom, formerly Traffic Light)

Wednesday:
8-8:30pm — Raising Hope
8:30-9pm — American Idol results
9-10pm — Glee

Thursday:
8-9pm — Bones
9-10pm — Fringe

Friday:
8-9pm — Human Target
9-10pm — Kitchen Nightmares

Saturday:
8-8:30pm — Cops
8:30-9pm — Cops
9-10pm — America’s Most Wanted

What do you think? Any thoughts on the new schedule? Like or dislike any choices?

 

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heather January 7, 2011 at 5:43 am

I’m going to miss The Good Guys on Fridays… please tell me they will be back. My friends and I LOVE this show! One of the best new shows I have found.

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Mary Sagor August 11, 2010 at 11:53 am

@ Admin: Please respond – Quote from above: “It’s interesting that Human Target’s been put on Friday nights, a little-watched night for television. It remains to be seen how many viewers the show will have to attract to be considered a success. ” – do they count a DVR of the show as part of the ratings? If that’s the case, Human Target will be safe – I have it permanently installed to be recorded “Any Day, Any Time” – so even if I am not home I can still see it later. Is that enough, or do I have to give up a date in order to protect it?

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admin August 11, 2010 at 12:27 pm

@Mary Sagor: First, only households that are part of the Nielsen service are actually counted in the ratings. DVR recordings are counted if the show is actually watched.

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charlene yeakel May 21, 2010 at 4:49 pm

what happen to tax man

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admin May 21, 2010 at 4:55 pm

@charlene yeakel: If you’re talking about the Christian Slater series, it didn’t get picked up.

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Julia May 17, 2010 at 7:13 pm

Totally bummed about Flash Forward .

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charlene May 17, 2010 at 3:37 pm

what happen ro ron howards new show

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Anthony May 17, 2010 at 1:58 pm

wish Human Target would have moved to Monday night to take the spot vacated by 24.

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bill May 17, 2010 at 12:04 pm

I certainly miss not seeing 24 on the Monday lineup…that show has become a staple in my Monday evening viewing.

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jb May 17, 2010 at 7:36 am

I was kinda hoping Fringe would move back to Tuesdays. But also kinda glad they left it on the same night. I think its the best show on television and didn’t want to see Fox moving all around where people can’t find it anymore.

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