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FOX 2004 Fall Season

FOX Fall 2004 Grid
(all times Mountain Time Zone)

June to October 2004

FOX

6 PM

6:30 PM

7 PM

7:30 PM

8 PM

8:30 PM

SUN

"King of the Hill"
(encores)

"Malcolm in the Middle"
(encores)

"The Simpsons"
(encores)

"Arrested Development"
(encores)

"The Simple Life 2: Road Trip" (encores)

"Quintuplets"
(encores)

MON  

"North Shore"

"The Casino"

TUE

"The Bernie Mac Show"

"The Bernie Mac Show" (encores)

"The Jury"

WED

"That '70s Show" (encores)

"Quintuplets"

"The Simple Life 2: Road Trip"

"Method & Red"

THU

"North Shore" (encores)

"Tru Calling" (encores)

FRI

"The Bernie Mac Show" (encores)

"Method & Red" (encores)

"The Jury" (encores)

SAT

"Cops" (encores)

"Cops" (encores)

"America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back"

 

November 2004 to January 2005

 

FOX

6 PM

6:30 PM

7 PM

7:30 PM

8 PM

8:30 PM

SUN

"King of the Hill"

"Malcolm in the Middle"

"The Simpsons"

"Arrested Development"

"My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss"

MON  

"Trading Spouses: Meet Your New Mommy"

"The Swan 2"

TUE

"The Billionaire"

"House"

WED

"That '70s Show"

"Quintuplets"

"The Bernie Mac Show"

"The Bernie Mac Show" (encores)

THU

"The O.C."

"North Shore"

FRI

"Totally Outrageous Behavior"

"World's Craziest Videos"

"Renovate My Family"

SAT

"Cops"

"Cops"

"America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back"

 

January to June 2005

 

FOX

6 PM

6:30 PM

7 PM

7:30 PM

8 PM

8:30 PM

SUN

"Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show"

"King of the Hill"

"The Simpsons"

"Malcolm in the Middle"

"Arrested Development"

"American Dad"

MON  

"Athens"

"24"

TUE

"American Idol 4"

"House"

WED

"That '70s Show"

"Related by Family"

"American Idol 4"

"The Bernie Mac Show"

THU

"The O.C."

"Tru Calling"

FRI

"The Inside"

"Jonny Zero"

SAT

"Cops"

"Cops"

"America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back"

 

New Show

New Timeslot

 

Cancelled Shows:

"Boston Public"
"Forever Eden"
"Luis"
"A Minute With Stan Hooper"
"Oliver Beene" (after October)
"The Ortegas"
"Paradise Hotel"
"Skin"
"Still Life"
"Wanda at Large"
"Wonderfalls"


New Show Descriptions

Dramas:
 

"Athens" (Mondays at 7 PM; premieres in January of 2005; working title)
Premise: The creator of "The O.C." turns his attention from the lives of high school students in California to college students in New England.  Just as Newport Beach may as well be 100 miles from Chino, the gap between the students and teachers at a prestigious university and the local townies is equally vast.
Stars: TBA
Studio: Warner Bros. Television in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision
Producers: Josh Schwartz, Bob DeLaurentis, McG, and Stephanie Savage (all of "The O.C.")

"House" (Tuesdays at 8 PM; premieres in November)
Premise: A misanthropic doctor and his hand-picked team do whatever it takes to diagnose vicious medical conditions.
Stars: Hugh Laurie ("Life with Judy Garland"), Lisa Edelstein ("Leap of Faith"), Robert Sean Leonard (Dead Poets Society), Jennifer Morrison (Grind), Omar Epps (Love & Basketball, "E.R."), and Jesse Spencer
Studio: Universal Television
Producers: Paul Attanasio ("Homicide: Life on the Street"), Katie Jacobs and David Shore (both of "Century City")
 

"The Inside" (Fridays at 7 PM; premieres in January of 2005; working title)
Premise: A 22-year-old federal agent has to balance her career with high school when she goes undercover as a teenager.
Stars: Rachel Nichols ("Dumb and Dumberer"), Peter Facinelli ("Fastlane"), and Willa Holland
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Television
Producers: Kathyrn Bigelow (K-19: The Widowmaker), Todd A. Kessler ("The Sopranos"), Glenn Kessler ("Robbery Homicide Division"), Brian Grazer, David Nevins, and Ron Howard

 

"Jonny Zero" (Fridays at 8 PM; premieres in January of 2005; working title)
Premise: Released from prison for a drug possession conviction, Jonny Calvo finds himself torn between his family, his old life, and the FBI that wants him to go undercover.
Stars: Franky G (The Italian Job), GQ, Brennan Hesser, Ritchie Coster (USA's "Traffic"), Chris Bauer ("The Wire"), Tawny Cypress, and Sean Moran
Studio: Warner Bros. Television in association with John Wells Productions
Producers: John Wells ("E.R.," "The West Wing"), Llewellyn Wells, and R. Scott Gemmill ("E.R.," "JAG")

 

"The Jury" (Tuesdays at 8 PM; premieres June 8)
Premise: The facts of a criminal case are shown as each week a jury attempts to deliberate the defendant's guilt or innocence.  After the verdict is rendered, a flashback will show whether or not they got it right.
Stars: Billy Burke ("24"), Shalow Harlow, Anna Friel, Jeff Hephner (Tigerland), Cote de Pablo, Adam Busch ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Barry Levinson, and Patrice O'Neal ("Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn")
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television
Producers: Tom Fontana ("Homicide: Life on the Street," "Oz"), James Yoshimura ("Homicide: Life on the Street"), Barry Levinson (Homicide: Life on the Street, Diner), and Jim Finnerty ("Homicide: Life on the Street")

 

"North Shore" (Mondays at 7 PM; premieres June 14)
Premise: A primetime soap set at a Hawaiian resort hotel and revolving around the lives of its twentysomething staff.
Stars: Kristoffer Polaha ("America's Prince"), Brooke Burns ("Baywatch," "Dog Eat Dog"), James Remar ("Sex and the City"), Corey Sevier ("Black Sash"), Nikki Deloach, Jason Momoa, and Jay Kenneth Johnson ("Days of Our Lives")
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Producers: Peter Elkoff, Kevin Falls ("The Lyon's Den"), Ken Biller ("Star Trek: Voyager"), Peyton Reed (Bring It On), Chris Brancato, and Bert Salke

 

Comedies:

 

"American Dad" (Sundays at 8:30 PM; premieres in January of 2005)
Premise: From the creator of "The Family Guy," this animated series revolves around a CIA agent who is a bit on the edge. At home, in addition to his wife and kids he has a German-speaking goldfish for a pet and a sarcastic alien he rescued from Area 51.
Stars: Seth MacFarlane ("The Family Guy"), Wendy Schaal, Rachael MacFarlane, Ricky Blitt, and Dee Bradley Baker
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television
Producers: Seth MacFarlane, Mike Barker, and Matt Weitzman

"Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show" (Sundays at 6 PM; premieres in January of 2005)
Premise: Based on the popular British show and shot in both Los Angeles and London, this fast-paced sketch show averages 30 vignettes each half-hour in the style of "Laugh In."
Stars: Kelsey Grammer ("Frasier"), Kaitlin Olson ("Meet the Marks"), Mary Lynn Rajskub ("24"), Lee Mack, Paul F. Thompkins ("Mr. Show"), and Malcolm Barrett ("Luis")
Studio: Grammnet Productions and Avalon Television Ltd.
Producers: Kelsey Grammer, Steve Stark, Jon Thoday, and Dan Patterson

"Method & Red" (Wednesdays at 8:30 PM; premieres June 16)
Premise: Method Man and Redman play fictional versions of themselves as two hip hop artists who move into a luxury New Jersey subdivision, much to the dismay of their un-hip neighbors.
Stars: Method Man, Redman, Anna Maria Horsford (How High), Beth Littleford ("The Daily Show"), David Henrie, Peter Jacobson ("A.U.S.A."), and Lahmard Tate
Studio: Regency Television and 20th Century Fox Television
Producers: Kell Cahoon, Will Gluck, and Method Man

 

"Quintuplets" (Wednesdays at 7:30 PM; premieres June 16)
Premise: A couple have their hands full when their five children all turn 15 at once.
Stars: Andy Richter ("Andy Richter Controls the Universe"), Rebecca Creskoff ("Greetings from Tucson"), April Matson ("American Dreams"), Ryan Pinkston ("Punk'd"), Johnny Lewis, Jake McDorman, and Sarah Wright
Studio: 20th Century Fox Television and Imagine Entertainment
Producers: David Nevins and Mark Reisman ("Frasier")
 

Reality:

 

"The Billionaire: Branson's Quest for the Best" (Tuesdays at 7 PM; premieres in November; working title)
Premise: FOX's version of "The Apprentice."  Virgin Chairman Sir Richard Branson takes a group of would-be entrepreneurs on a trip around the world making them relive some of his own adventures while testing them to determine who will continue on.
Stars: Sir Richard Branson
Studio:
Bunim-Murray Productions
Producers: Jonathan Murray, Kevin Lee, Richard Branson, Lori Levin-Hyams, Laura Fuest, Tod Dahlke


"The Casino" (Mondays at 8 PM; premieres June 14)
Premise: Cameras follow the two new owners of Las Vegas' Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino as they attempt to restore it to its former glory while dealing with 3,000 employees and an ever-changing roster of guests.
Stars: Tim Poster and Tom Breitling
Studio:
Mark Burnett Productions
Producers: Mark Burnett, Rob Lieberman, Trent Othick, Conrad Riggs, and Jamie Bruce

 

"The Complex: Malibu" (premieres in August)
Premise: An American version of the Australian show "The Block," here couples are moved into a Southern California beach condo and given a budget to renovate.  When the deadline arrives, the units are sold at public auction and the couple who nets the largest profit wins a prize.
Studio: Kickoff Productions, Inc. in association with FremantleMedia North America, Inc.
Producers: Ted Haimes

 

"The Next Great Champ" (Fridays at 7 PM; premieres in November; working title)
Premise: FOX's version of "The Contender."  A dozen wannabe boxers compete for a professional contract.  The twist is that each is joined by someone from their real life, following their relationship and showing the boxing world from the perspective of a non-fighter.
Stars: Oscar De La Hoya
Studio:
Endemol USA
Producers: Paul Buccieri and Joe Livecchi

 

"The Partner" (Sundays at 8 PM; premieres in November; working title)
Premise: A group of Ivy League graduates faces off against a team of scrappy lawyers from less esteemed schools until one remains and is awarded a job in a major law firm.
Studio: Rocket Science Laboratories
Producers: Chris Cowan and Jean Michel Michenaud
 

"The Simple Life 2: Road Trip" (Wednesdays at 8 PM; premieres June 16)
Premise: Rather than subjecting one normal family to the whims of spoiled celebutantes Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie, the second installment sends them on a road trip from Miami to Beverly Hills.  They have no cell phones, cash, or credit cards, but they do have their dogs, Tinkerbell and Honey Child, and each other.
Stars: Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, Tinkerbell, and Honey Child
Studio:
20th Century Fox Television in association with Bunim-Murray Productions
Producers: Jonathan Murray and Kevin Lee

 

Information gathered from Zap2it.com


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