On an epic night of music and drama, Carlotta (Queen Latifah) comes face-to-face with Cookie (Taraji P. Henson),Lucious (Terrence Howard) and Jamal Lyon (Jussie Smollett), as the worlds of Empire and Star collide Wednesday, Sept. 27 on FOX. The special event begins with the Season Four premiere of Empire (8/7C), followed by the Season Two premiere of Stat (9/8C).
FOX has announced its Fall 2017-18 premiere dates and placement is everything – Marvel’s The Gifted, for example, will follow the season three premiere of DC’s Lucifer; Ghosted will slide into the Sunday comedy block, and The Orville will premiere following an NFL doubleheader for two weeks before moving to its regular timeslot following Gotham on Thursdays.
The two-hour LIVE event will honor the year’s iconic stars from the best films, most-loved TV shows, fiercest music and the top moments in fashion, digital and comedy with the coveted Teen Choice Surfboard Awards. Host(s), performers, presenters and nominees for Teen Choice 2017 to be announced.
Whether the 2017 surfboards be as colorful as last years remains to be seen.
Whether you’re looking for an X-Files parody, a medical drama, something about the customers of an airline that shuttles between LA and Vegas, or something that’s reminiscent of Galaxy Quest via Quark, FOX has just the show for you.
Or so this odd assortment of trailers would suggest.
Ghosted and The Orville will premiere this fall on FOX. The Resident and LA to Vegas are set for midseason premieres.
FOX has announced its 2017-18 Fall Primetime Schedule and it has only added three new shows – but a few have been shuffled about.
Lucifer will move up an hour on Mondays, leading into Marvel’s The Gifted; Gotham moves from its Monday slot to Thursdays, leading to Seth MacFarlane’s new live-action sci fi series The Orville.
Lethal Weapon shifts from Wednesdays, leading into returning comedies The Mick and Brooklyn Nine-Nine; Empire moves to Wednesday to lead into Star; on Fridays, Hell’s Kitchen leads into the new season of The Exorcist.
The first full-length trailer for FOX’s Marvel series The Gifted has been released and it gives us a look at why the Stewart family has gone on the run – an unfortunate response to bullying has provoked an uncontrolled reaction from son Andy.
What makes this so important is that his sister, Lauren, also has powers – and their father, Reed, works for the agency (Sentinel Services) that hunts down and sequesters mutants away from the general public – ‘to secure the safety of the community.’
Not resting on their laurels after announcing A Christmas Story as a live TV event this December, FOX has now announced that it is bringing the Pulitzer Prize/Grammy Award/Tony Award-winning play Rent to the small screen as a live musical event.
Rent will be produced for the network by Marc Platt and estate of writer/composer Jonathan Larson.
You’ve probably seen A Christmas Story – it runs, seemingly everywhere, every Christmas. It’s the story a little boy who really, really, really wants a certain, very specific Christmas present.
Fox Television and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television are partnering to bring A Christmas Story to television as a musical (inspired by the film and the Tony Award-Nominated A Christmas Story: The Musical).
Tony Award Nominees Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (“Dear Evan Hansen”) will write several new songs for the live TV event; Jonathan Tolins and Robert Cary (Grease: Live) will adapt the book.
The three-hour A Christmas Story will air in December.