FOX: Fall TV Preview 2013

FOX entertainment chief Kevin Reilly was honest when he confessed that this was not their best year. Now the broadcast network has a chance to redeem itself with some new shows, officially announced at the 2013 upfront advertising market.

Here are the shows that FOX is hoping will turn their fortune around.

New Shows on FOX in Fall 2013

Brooklyn Nine-Nine - Andy Samberg stars alongside Andre Braugher in a comedy about a group of New York detective.

Dads - Seth MacFarlane takes a stab at his first live-action TV comedy with Seth Green and Giovanni Ribisi cast as founders of a videogame company who have to deal with their fathers moving in with them. Will it be as successful as his movie Ted or his cartoon hit Family Guy?

Junior MasterChef - In this spinoff of the popular cooking competition, young contestants compete. So if you like to watch kids cooking, this show is for you.

Sleepy Hollow - Created by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, this supernatural thriller is loosely based on the tale be Washington Irving. Ichabod Crane is a Revolutionary War soldier and somehow finds himself in modern times, where he is hunted by the Headless Horseman who happens to be one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. More creepy, paranormal wackiness takes place.

New Shows on FOX After the World Series

Almost Human - Producer J.J. Abrams has a lot of projects on his plate. This one is set in the year 2048 when Los Angeles police officers team up with robot partners. It starts Karl Urban, Minka Kelly, Lili Taylor, and others.


Enlisted - Here's a comedy about three very different brothers working together at a small Army base in Florida.

New Shows on FOX in Midseason 2013/2014

Gang Related - Produced by Brian Grazer, an elite police task force in L.A. fights gang activity. The cast includes Ramon Rodriguez, Terry O'Quinn, and Wu-Tang Clan's RZA.

Murder Police - Here's another cop show, but this one is animated.


Rake - This drama, based on an Australian series, features Greg Kinnear as a criminal defense attorney with self-destructive behavior. The pilot was directed by Sam Raimi.

Surviving Jack - Justin Halpern who gave us S#!+ My Dad Says now adapts his memoir I Suck at Girls, about a father and teenaged son in the 1990s, starring Christopher Meloni.

Us and Them - Adapted from the British comedy Gavin and Stacey, Jason Ritter and Alexis Bledel star in a story about a long distance romance with eccentric families thrown in for good measure.

We've looked at NBC earlier today and now FOX. Stay tuned for previews of ABC, CBS, and the CW.

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