Once again, twenty would-be chefs brave the hazardous nastiness of Gordon Ramsay in an attempt to prove themselves worthy of becoming restaurateurs. Yes, once again, it’s time for kitchen gladiators to attempt to survive Hell’s Kitchen (Fox, Thursdays, 8/9C).
Check out a superteaser for Season Twelve and then follow the jump to meet this year’s victims competitors.
Fox has renewed comedies Brooklyn Nine-Nine (the best new comedy of the season), The Mindy Project and New Girl, plus psychological thriller The Following for the 2014-15 season. Specifics can be found in the press release after the jump.
Before Fox’s Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey premieres on Sunday, March 9th (9/8C), Fox will launching the series with free premiere screenings in ten cities across the U.S, followed by a live interactive global Q&A session with series host Neil deGrasse Tyson and the show’s executive producers – Ann Druyan, Seth MacFarlane, Mitchell Cannold, Brannon Braga, and co-executive producer Jason Clark to be streamed online. The screenings and Q&A are set for March 4th.
Cities included will be: Detroit, Miami, New York, Orlando, Washington DC, Chicago, Dallas St. Louis, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Space is limited, so if you want to attend, you should RSVP by logging on to www.cosmosontv.com. For more details, the press release follow the jump.
Fox may be kicking off February with the best offence vs. best defense matchup for Super Bowl XVLIII (February 2nd) but that’s just the beginning for the network. The post-Super Bowl episodes of New Girl and Brooklyn Nine-Nine features guests like Prince and Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Theisman and more surprises; Brooklyn Nine-Nine moves to a new timeslot February 4th; Dads gets an one-hour season finale on the 11th; Glee returns on the 25th; Greg Kinnear’s Rake has four new episodes and on The Following, Ryan Hardy goes on the offensive. And we haven’t even gotten to American Idol XIII – with its Hollywood or Home episode and its new three-night Rush Week – leading into the first live performances by all thirteen finalists on the 26th.
To learn more, follow the jump to Fox’s incredibly detailed press release and schedule after the jump.
Fox has given Bones an order for a tenth season. But that’s not all – after this Friday’s episode, The Heiress in the Hill, the series will return to Monday nights with new episodes beginning March 10th (8/7C).
In other scheduling news from Fox: Kitchen Nightmare returns with a new episode on Friday as Gordon ‘I’M LOUDER THAN YOU’ Ramsay returns to Amy’s Baking Company, and the first season finale of Almost Human will run on Monday, March 3rd (8/7C). Check out the press release after the jump.
Rake’s (Fox Thursdays, 9/8C) Keegan Deane is charming, intelligent, and a lousy gambler but he tends to get too involved in situations that cannot go well for him: he owes his bookie; his office manager/secretary/general assistant is about quit over back pay, and his latest client has paid him in tuna (well, with a tuna). His best friend has told him he can’t crash on the couch anymore.
Greg Kinnear – who is also charming, intelligent, and (and at least according to him) a lousy gambler, but otherwise not much Deane – talked with a group of journalists/bloggers yesterday about his new Fox series. He was excited about the show and his role as defense attorney Keegan Deane – a type of character he’s never played before.