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FOX 2002 Fall Season

FOX Fall 2002 Grid
(all times Mountain Time Zone)

FOX

6 PM

6:30 PM

7 PM

7:30 PM

8 PM

8:30 PM

SUN

Futurama

Oliver Beene

The Simpsons

King of the Hill

Malcolm in the Middle

The Grubbs (cancelled)

MON  

Boston Public

girls club (cancelled)

TUE  

That '70s Show

Grounded for Life

24

WED  

The Bernie Mac Show

Cedric the Entertainer Presents

Fastlane

THU  

TBA

Septuplets (cancelled)

FRI  

Firefly (cancelled)

John Doe

SAT  

Cops

Cops

America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back

 

New Show

New Timeslot

 

Cancelled Shows:

"Ally McBeal"
"The American Embassy"
"The Chamber"
"Dark Angel"
"Family Guy"
"Greg the Bunny"
"Love Cruise"
"Pasadena"
"Temptation Island"
"That '80s Show"
"The Tick"
"Titus"
"Undeclared"
"The X-Files"

Midseason Shows/Shows Moved to Midseason:

"Andy Richter Controls the Universe"
"Keen Eddie"
"The Pitts"
"Time Tunnel"

 

 

 

 

 


New Show Descriptions

Dramas:
 

"Fastlane" (Wednesdays, 8 PM)-Cops to go undercover in the glamorous world of LA crime.  It stars Peter Facinelli, Bill Bellamy, and Tiffani Thiessen.
 

"Firefly" (Fridays, 7 PM)-This show is set 800 years in the future that follows the adventures of a small transport spaceship, Serenity, and its crew.  It is produced by "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon and stars Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, Alan Tudyk, Sean Maher, Adam Baldwin, Jewel Staite, Summer Glau, Ron Glass, and Morena Baccarin.
 

"girls club" (Mondays, 8 PM)-A relationship show centering on three 27-year-old women who've known each other since law school and now live together in San Francisco.  This is a David E. Kelley-produced female lawyer show that replaces "Ally McBeal," a David E. Kelley-produced female lawyer show!  Gotta love those original ideas!  What is with so many shows in San Francisco next season?  It stars Gretchen Mol, Kathleen Robertson, Chyler Leigh, and Giancarlo Esposito.

 

"John Doe" (Fridays, 8 PM)-A mysterious man makes his way from an isolated island to Seattle.  He can't remember who he is or whether or not he is good or bad, but he does possess knowledge about virtually everything else in the world.  Of course, this makes him the perfect choice to become a government agent.  This is kind of a mix of the movie Memento and the movie The Bourne Identity.  It stars Dominic Purcell, William Forsythe, Sprague Grayden, Jayne Brooks, and John Marshall Jones.

 

"Septuplets" (Thursdays, 8 PM)-This drama follows the Wilde family of nine (two parents and their seven 16-year-old children) who own and operate an upscale hotel on the beach in Southern California.  It stars Marguerite MacIntyre, Vincent Angell, Danny Swerdlow, Travis Wester, Nora Zehetner, Maggic Grace, Patrick Flueger, Nathan West, and Samantha Streets.
 

 

Comedies:

 

"Cedric the Entertainer Presents" (Wednesdays, 7:30 PM)-Cedric pays homage to the comedy/variety shows of the 1950s, bringing to life such characters as the Love Doctor (a marriage therapist who's in love with his own sexy voice), Ray (a golf commentator with a case of the vapors) and Mrs. Cafeteria Lady (the judgmental woman serving your children their lunch).  It stars Cedric the Entertainer, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Shaun Majumber, and Amy Brassette.

"The Grubbs" (Sundays, 8:30 PM)-A 14-year-old, who comes from an extraordinarily average family, falls in love with his new teacher and decides to make some changes.  It stars Randy Quaid, Carol Kane, Michael Cera, Brian Sies, Lori Rom, and Ricardo Antonio Chavira.

 

"Oliver Beene" (Sundays, 6:30 PM)-Narrated by the adult Beene, this comedy recalls growing up during the Cold War era of the 1960s when drills involving fallout shelters was commonplace during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Things are complicated by an eccentric family, a teacher who can't stand him and the little red-haired girl he can't have.  Sounds like "The Wonder Years" set in the early 60's instead of the late 60's, huh?  It stars Grant Rosenmeyer, Grant Shaud, Wendy Makkena, Andy Lawrence, Daveigh Chase, Ben Bookbinder, Taylor Emerson, Annie Korzen, and Amy Castle.
 

Reality Shows:

 

"30 Seconds to Fame" (Thursdays, 7 PM)-Talented and untalented individuals get to show off their so-called skills for a mere 30 seconds to a jaded studio audience in hopes of winning $25,000.

 

"Meet the Marks" (Thursdays, 7:30 PM)-Each week there will be two completely different storylines that are fully scripted.  However, a person not involved with the show will be required to walk into the show and become an unwitting guest star.  The location is a real house in a real neighborhood that has been fitted with hidden cameras and stocked with improvisational actors.  It stars Joe O'Connor, Cathy Shambley, Patrick Cavanaugh, Kaitlin Olson, Lauren Katz, and Oscar Nunez.

 

Midseason Shows:

 

"Keen Eddie"-A recently dumped New York City police detective who finds himself responsible for a drug bust gone wrong decides to take his last paycheck and dog named Pete to find a new life in London.  It stars Mark Valley, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Alexei Sayle, Sienna Miller, and Colin Salmon.

 

"The Pitts"-The Pitts have it especially rough as the family is plagued with psychotic nannies trying to steal their family, zombie Indians who want you and your house off their sacred burial ground and dinosaurs coming along to ruin their island vacation.  It stars Dylan Baker, Kellie Waymire, Lizzy Caplan, and David Henrie.

 

"Time Tunnel"-A team of individuals from different professions (a medic, a CIA agent, a physics genius) are charged with going back in time on a regular basis to make sure that the world stays just the way it should be.  It stars David Conrad, Andrea Roth, Tawny Cypress, Max Baker, and Bob Koherr.


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