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FOX 2003 Fall Season

FOX Fall 2003 Grid
(all times Mountain Time Zone)


6 PM

6:30 PM

7 PM

7:30 PM

8 PM

8:30 PM


"Oliver Beene"

"King of the Hill"

"The Simpsons"

"The Bernie Mac Show"

"Malcolm in the Middle"

"Arrested Development"


"Joe Millionaire"



"Joe Millionaire"



"That '70s Show"

"A Minute with Stan Hooper"

"The O.C."


"Tru Calling"

"Skin" (reruns)


"Wanda at Large"


"Boston Public"




"America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back"


New Show

New Timeslot


Cancelled Shows:

"Andy Richter Controls the Universe"
"girls club"
"The Grubbs"
"Invasion of the Hidden Cameras"
"John Doe"
"Married by America"
"Meet the Marks"
"Mr. Personality"
"The Pitts"
"30 Seconds to Fame"

Midseason Shows/Shows Moved to Midseason:

"American Idol 3"
"Cedric the Entertainer Presents"
"Cracking Up"
"The Ortegas"
"The Simple Life"
"Still Life"

New Show Descriptions


"The O.C." (Wednesdays at 8 PM; premiered August 5; returns October 29)
Premise: Orange County, California, is an idyllic paradise...a wealthy, harbor-front community where everything and everyone appears to be perfect.  Beneath the surface though is a world of shifting loyalties and identities, of kids living secret lives, hidden from their parents, and of parents living secret lives, hidden from their children.
Stars: Peter Gallagher (American Beauty), Benjamin McKenzie, Adam Brody ("The Gilmore Girls"), Mischa Barton, Tate Donovan, Kelly Rowan, Melinda Clarke, Rachel Blison, Chris Carmack, Bonnie Somerville ("In-Laws"), and Samaire Armstrong (Not Another Teen Movie)
Studio: Warner Bros. Television, Wonderland, and Hypnotic
Producers: Doug Liman (Go), McG (Charlie's Angels," "Fastlane"), Davis Bartis, and Josh Schwartz

"Skin" (Mondays at 8 PM)
Premise: Set against the backdrop of the adult film industry, two teens meet and fall in love, even as their warring families will do anything to keep them apart.
Stars: Ron Silver, Kevin Anderson, D.J. Cotrona, Olivia Wilde, D.W. Moffett, Rachel Ticotin, Pamela Gidley, Laura Leighton ("Melrose Place"), Cameron Richardson, Gabriel Casseus, Terry Maratos ("Sex and the City"), and Terry Maratos
Studio: Warner Bros. Television, Jerry Bruckheimer Productions, and Hoosier Karma Productions
Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer ("C.S.I.," "Without a Trace"), Jonathan Littman, and Jim Leonard ("Thieves")

"Tru Calling" (Thursdays at 7 PM)
Premise: A young woman learns that she can go back in time for one day to help the lives of both strangers and those close to her.
Stars: Eliza Dushku ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Shawn Reeves, Jessica Collins, A.J. Cook, Heath Freeman, Benjamin Benitez, and Zach Galifianakis
Studio: 20th Century Fox and Original Television
Producers: Marty Adelstein, Neal Moritz, Dawn Parouse, and Jon Feldman ("American Dreams," "Roswell," "Dawson's Creek")




"Arrested Development" (Sundays at 8:30 PM)
Premise: A widower wants to quit the family business and move to Arizona with his 13-year-old son, but gets pulled back when an accounting scandal freezes the family assets.
Stars: Jason Bateman, Portia De Rossi, Michael Cera, Alia Shawkat, Jessica Walter, Will Arnett, Tony Hale, Jeffrey Tambor, and David Cross
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television
Producers: Ron Howard, Brian Grazer ("24"), David Nevins, and Mitch Hurwitz ("The Ellen Show," "Golden Girls" )

"Luis" (Fridays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: The proud owner of a Spanish Harlem donut shop and the landlord of the building its in must deal with an eccentric cast of characters, including: an obnoxious elderly woman in a rent-controlled apartment, a delivery boy who swears he was a cardiologist back in China, a kid who harasses customers to buy items found in dumpster, his ex-wife, and a daughter whose only flaw is her free-loading boyfriend.
Stars: Luis Guzman ("Boogie Nights" ), Jaclyn DeSantis, Diana-Maria Riva, Malcolm Barrett, and Charlie Day
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television
Producers: Will Gluck ("The John Larroquette Show")

"A Minute with Stan Hooper" (Wednesdays at 7:30 PM)
Premise: A New York newsmagazine commentator moves to Wisconsin with his wife in search of small town life, only to quickly learn that it's not exactly what he's envisioned.
Stars: Norm Macdonald ("Norm," "Saturday Night Live"), Penelope Ann Miller, Eric Lively, Reagan Dale Neis ("Maybe It's Me"), Fred Willard (A Mighty Wind), Brian Howe, Garret Dillahunt, and Daniel Roebuck ("The Late Shift")
Studio: Paramount Television
Producers: Lori Jo Hoeskstra, Barry Kemp ("Coach," "Newhart"), and Norm Macdonald

Midseason Shows:


"Banzai" (Alternative; premiered July 13 instead of midseason)
Premise: The interactive Japanese show comes to America, inviting viewers to predict the outcome of funny and bizarre betting scenarios, such as: How long can someone shake a celebrity's hand before the star pulls away?, or Which Michael Jackson impersonator can moonwalk the fastest on an ice rink?
Studio: Radar
Producers: Tim Breadin and Gary Monaghan

"Cracking Up" (Comedy)
Premise: An idealistic psychology student gets more than he bargained for when he moves into the guest house of a wealthy Beverly Hills family and must deal with each member who is crazier than the next.
Stars: Molly Shannon ("Saturday Night Live"), Chris McDonald, David Walton, Jake Sandvig, Caitlin Wachs ("Family Affair"), and Nathan Norton
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television and Brad Grey Television
Producers: Mike White ("Pasadena"), Chris and Paul Weitz (American Pie, "Off Centre"), David Hemingson ("Just Shoot Me"), and Brad Grey

"The Ortegas" (Comedy)
Premise: Based on the British comedy "The Kumars at No. 42," this show blends, comedy, reality and improvisation.  Hoping to encourage their young son's dream of being a talk show host, parents build a television studio in their backyard and invite celebrity guests into their home for snacks and a chat.
Stars: Al Madrigal, Cheech Marin ("Nash Bridges"), Terri Hoyos, and Renee Victor
Studio: Pariah and Hat Trick Productions
Producers: Wally Wolodarsky ("The Oblongs"), Gavin Polone ("The Gilmore Girls"), Jimmy Mulville ("The Kumars at No. 42" ), and Denise O'Donoghue ("Whose Line Is It Anyway?")

"Still Life" (Drama)
Premise: Following in his cop father's footsteps, a family's oldest son is murdered his first day on the job.  Told from the dead man's point-of-view, the series picks up a year later as he watches over those he left behind from the other side of death as they reveal their true selves to him
Stars: Jensen Ackles ("Dark Angel"), David Keith, Susanna Thompson ("Once and Again"), Audrey Marie Anderson, Jeanette Brox, and Morena Baccarin
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television and Original Television
Producers: Marty Adelstein, Neal Moritz, Kip Koenig, Dawn Parouse, and Marti Noxon ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer")

"Wonderfalls" (Drama)
Premise: A twentysomething souvenir shop worker finds her life is changed forever when inanimate animal figures...toys, cartoon images, etc...begin talking to her.  Their cryptic messages set into motion a chain of events that invariably lead her into the lives of others.
Stars: Caroline Dhavernes, Katie Finneran, Tyron Leitso, William Sadler ("John Doe"), Diana Scarwid, and Lee Pace ("Solider's Girl")
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television and Regency Television
Producers: Bryan Fuller ("Star Trek: Voyager") and Todd Holland ("Malcolm in the Middle")

Information gathered from Zap2it.com

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