Four New Shows for Fox; Bubble Shows Lie to Me and Human Target Renewed!

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The network has selected Shawn Ryan’s latest police drama, RideAlong, and Texas drama Midland (likely retitled as Lone Star), as well as two single-camera comedies: Traffic Light and Keep Hope Alive.

RideAlong follows a rogue cowboy cop and the city’s first female police chief as they try to clean up the mean streets of Chicago. Midland is a dramatic soap about a con man in the oil industry. 

Greg Garcia’s single parent half-hour Keep Hope Alive and the male relationship comedy Traffic Light are expected to represent at least a one-hour comedy block for the network’s fall schedule. The network is also set to renew "Lie to Me" for a third season despite Ryan departing as showrunner.

Human Target will get a second season with new showrunner, Matt Miller (while first season showrunner Jonathan Steinberg remains an executive producer).

One thought on “Four New Shows for Fox; Bubble Shows Lie to Me and Human Target Renewed!”

  1. Why can’t we get a good old fashioned Soap like Dallas or Dynasty for once? All I’m asking for is just ONE. I’m tired of all the cop and hospital shows.

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