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neXt: Fox Releases Trailer for Upcoming Thriller Series

Fox has found the next big thing. The network just released a first look at their upcoming TV show, neXt.

The drama series stars "John Slattery as a Silicon Valley pioneer, who discovers that one of his own creations - a powerful A.I. - might spell global catastrophe." The cast also includes Fernanda Andrade, Michael Mosley, Jason Butler Harner, and Eve Harlow.

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Cancelled or Renewed? Status of Fox TV Shows

Below, you'll find a list of Fox's recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their current status. To see a series' ratings (if any), click the links in the middle column.

The shows include 9-1-1, 9-1-1: Lone Star, Almost Family, Beat Shazam, BH90210, Big Bounce Battle, Bless the Harts, Bob's Burgers, The Cool Kids, Cosmos, Deputy, Duncanville, Empire, Family Guy, Filthy Rich, First Responders Live, The Four: Battle for Stardom, Ghosted, The Gifted, Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back, Gotham, The Great North, Hell's Kitchen, Hypnotize Me, La to Vegas, The Last Man on Earth, Last Man Standing, Lego Masters, Lethal Weapon, Love Connection, The Masked Singer, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, Mental Samurai, New Girl, neXt, The Orville, Outmatched, Paradise Hotel, The Passage, Phenoms, Proven Innocent, Rel, The Resident, The Simpsons, So You Think You Can Dance, Spin the Wheel, Star, The X-Files, What Just Happened?
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20th Century Fox TV’s Head of Drama Development Chloe Dan Exits Studio

  • The Wrap
Chloe Dan, 20th Century Fox Television’s head of drama development, is stepping down from her position at the studio, TheWrap has learned.

“I’m grateful to everyone at Tcftv for allowing me the opportunity to grow and lead the drama team,” Dan said in a statement. “I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished and while I loved the home here at Tcftv, I’m excited to tackle new challenges. I’ve learned so much from Dana, Jonnie, Terence and really everyone at this company, and I’m really looking forward to the next chapter of my career.”

Dan has been with the studio since 2014, serving as head of drama since 2017. She’s shepherded projects including “This Is Us,” “The Resident,” and most recently “Filthy Rich” and “neXt.” Other series she helped initiate in development include “The Passage,” “Proven Innocent,” “The Gifted,” “Pitch,” “24 Legacy” and “Minority Report.”

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20th Century Fox TV Drama Head Chloe Dan to Step Down

  • Variety
Chloe Dan, the senior vice president of drama development for 20th Century Fox Television, is leaving her position at the studio, Variety has confirmed.

Dan assumed her current role with 20th TV in 2017 and first joined the studio in 2014. Among the shows she worked on during her time at the studio are “This Is Us, “The Resident,” and the upcoming broadcast shows “Filthy Rich” and “neXt.” She also helped develop shows such as “The Passage,” “Proven Innocent,” “The Gifted,” “Pitch,” “24 Legacy,” and “Minority Report.” Prior to joining 20th TV, she worked as a feature executive at Dreamworks.

“I’m grateful to everyone at Tcftv for allowing me the opportunity to grow and lead the drama team,” Dan said. “I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished and while I loved the home here at Tcftv, I’m excited to tackle new challenges. I’ve learned so much from Dana,
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Sundance Festival Director John Cooper Will Step Down at the End of Next Year’s Festival

The Sundance Film Festival is in the market for a new kind of star: a festival director. The Sundance Institute has announced today that John Cooper, the long-time director of the Sundance Film Festival, will move into a newly-created “emeritus director” role following the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Next year’s festival will mark Cooper’s 30th Sundance, his 11th as the event’s director, and his last year in the position.

The search for a new director for the Sundance Film Festival will be led by the Institute’s CEO, Keri Putnam. Cooper’s departure is not entirely unexpected, as the festival head recently moved to Napa, California.

Today’s announcement touts Cooper’s many achievements over his three decades with the annual Utah festival, including the creation of the short film section and competition, as well as the introduction of the documentary premiere, Next, and New Frontier sections. Cooper
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Fox Fall Premiere Dates: Empire's Final Season, Xl Masked Singer and More

Fox is the latest broadcast network to unveil its fall premiere game plan for the 2019-20 TV season (following CBS, NBC and The CW), and Season 3 of 9-1-1 will kick things off on Monday, Sept. 23, leading into the launch of new Tom Payne-Michael Sheen drama Prodigal Son.

The sixth and final season of Empire will debut in its new Tuesday-at-9 pm perch on Sept. 24, following the also-relocated The Resident at 8 pm.

Last season’s rookie reality smash The Masked Singer will kick off Season 2 with a special two-hour episode on Wednesday, Sept. 25. The following week, the new
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Fox Sets Fall Premiere Dates: See When ‘The Masked Singer,’ ‘Empire’ and ‘9-1-1’ Return

  • The Wrap
Summer has just begun, but Fox is already skipping ahead in the calendar and setting its fall premiere dates for new shows — “Prodigal Son,” “Bless the Harts” and “Almost Family” — as well as returning ones, like “9-1-1,” “The Masked Singer,” “The Resident,” and the final season of “Empire.”

Premiere dates for Fox’s new midseason series — “neXt,” “Filthy Rich,” “9-1-1: Lone Star,” “Deputy” “Duncanville,” “The Great North,” “Outmatched” and “Ultimate Tag” — will be set at a later date.

As previously announced, the 71st Annual Emmy Awards will air on Sunday, Sept. 22. “Thursday Night Football” kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 26 when the Philadelphia Eagles face off against the Green Bay Packers and “WWE’s SmackDown Live” debuts on its new home network on Friday, Oct. 4.

Also Read: Fall TV: Here Are the Premiere Dates for the New Broadcast Series (Updating)

Below is Fox’s premiere date schedule (new shows in Caps):

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Network TV Fall 2019 Diversity Overview: CBS Steps Up as Fox Slips

Network TV Fall 2019 Diversity Overview: CBS Steps Up as Fox Slips
At the Upfronts earlier this month, a spate of freshman and sophomore series led by actors of color that were initially greenlit seemingly in order to address broadcast TV’s representation problem were canceled, including “The Passage,” “The Fix” and “Happy Together.” This caused some initial concern that networks may not be as enthusiastic about ongoing attempts at diversity, but as Fall 2019 new series orders were unveiled, the picture proved to be more assuring.

As broadcast TV networks set their 2019-2020 programming lineups, diversity concerns still very much remain at the fore, as Hollywood overall continues to be under pressure to address its historical erasure of characters of color in front of and behind the camera. TV continues to outpace film in both regards, with recent improvement on how voices and stories from all walks of life are embraced within the space.

The good news is that, on all five
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neXt: Artificial Intelligence Drama Coming to Fox (Trailer)

"It couldn't hurt anyone even if it wanted to." Fox just released a first look at their upcoming TV show, neXt.

The sci-fi thriller centers on "the emergence of a deadly, rogue artificial intelligence that combines pulse-pounding action with a layered examination of how technology is invading our lives and transforming us in ways we don't yet understand." The cast includes John Slattery, Fernanda Andrade, Michael Mosley, and Eve Harlow.

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Next (2019) TV Show Trailer: John Slattery is Fearful That Rogue A.I. Will Become Self-aware [Fox]

neXt Trailer Fox‘s neXt (2019) TV show trailer has been released and stars John Slattery, Jason Butler Harner, Michael Mosley, Eve Harlow, and Fernanda Andrade. Plot Synopsis neXt’s plot synopsis: “neXt is described as a propulsive, fact-based thriller grounded in the latest A.I. research. It features a brilliant but paranoid [...]

Continue reading: Next (2019) TV Show Trailer: John Slattery is Fearful That Rogue A.I. Will Become Self-aware [Fox]
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Whiskey Cavalier: ABC Boss Says Cancellation Was a 'Very Tough' Decision

It's been a few days since ABC pulled the plug on Whiskey Cavalier.

With ABC's Upfronts presentation happening later today, ABC president of entertainment, Karey Burke has opened up about the cancellation of the Scott Foley and Lauren Cohan led series.

“It was a tough decision, it was the last decision we made,” ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke said at the Disney upfront event.

“We thought we gave it very strong launch in spring. But we lost audience. We felt the biggest opportunity was to try something new."

"We looked for other time slots but did not see a real opportunity to grow.”

Related: ABC Boss Reacts to Constance Wu's Controversial Tweets

When Whiskey Cavalier was picked up to series last year, many thought it was going to be a breakout success when it premiered.

But Whiskey Cavalier Season 1 has failed to garner much traction.

The show is currently
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neXt: Fox Creepy A.I. Series Trailer Arrives After Series Order

Joseph Baxter May 14, 2019

Fox TV series neXt plays on real artificial intelligence fears. The series stars Avengers: Endgame's John Slattery.

neXt will arrive under Fox’s network television tentpole playing on increasingly widespread – certainly legitimate – fears about privacy from our own devices, specifically what information our artificial intelligence helpers are stealthily stealing from our lives.

While the news-headline-ripped topic centers on the idea that device-dwelling A.I.s like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home are gleaning metadata (maybe more) by listening to our conversations, the premise of neXt takes the notion a step further, showcasing the story of a tech mogul, played by John Slattery of AMC’s Mad Men and Avengers: Endgame, who is attempting to stop his rogue A.I. invention from causing chaos.

Having just been picked up to series by Fox, neXt will arrive under the purview of creator/executive producer Manny Coto (24:
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Inside the Fox Upfront: Joe Namath Unmasked and a ‘90210’ Reunion, Kind of

  • The Wrap
Fox closed out Day 1 of broadcast TV’s Upfronts Week 2019 from its usual stage at New York City’s Beacon Theatre. Pretty much everything besides the setting was new.

Below are eight things TheWrap took away while in attendance.

Find the 2019-20 schedule for the Fox broadcast network here. Readers can check out trailers for its new fall series here.

Also Read: Inside the NBC Upfront: 'SNL' Mocks 'Morning Joe,' Tina and Amy Think They're at the Golden Globes

Fox Employees Always Clap the Loudest

Whether it is TCA (Television Critics Association) press tour or upfronts, Fox employees always whoop the loudest for their leaders. That trend continued Monday afternoon when new broadcast boss Charlie Collier pretty much called for the claps.

Give the communications professionals a break — it’s not a very easy year to be Fox, which is way slimmed down following the Disney deal.

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Fox Upfront Live Blog: NFL, WWE, Terry Bradshaw Controversy & A Lot Of ‘Masked Singer’

  • Deadline
The new Fox Entertainment kicked off its first upfronts presentation Monday at the Beacon Theatre in New York.

At the event last year, Gary Newman quipped that New Fox was so new even he and fellow chairman Dana Walden didn’t know what it was in one of the presentation’s best zingers. A year later, the new iteration of Fox with new leadership in CEO Charlie Collier took the same old stage at the Beacon to give their pitch to advertisers why the newly independent network is a good investment.

As expected, there were heavy NFL plugs — Fox is broadcasting the Super Bowl in 2020 — hype for the arrival of WWE Smackdown Live and a whole lot of Masked Singer mentions.

Here’s how it went down:

4 Pm Et: The presentation will likely be late — there is still a line of people with umbrellas going around the block in the pouring New York rain.
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Fox 2019-20 Schedule Loads Up for Midseason as Network Juggles Scripted and Sports

  • Variety
The new-model Fox network is loading up on 10 new scripted series for the 2019-20 season, most of which will be held for midseason as the network adjusts to its heightened focus on live sports.

Fox’s volume of new scripted series has doubled from the 2018-19 season, a clear statement from the network that it aims to remain a player in traditional primetime comedies and drama. But as promised, the network’s fall and winter lineup is also heavy on live sports, from “Thursday Night Football” to the WWE’s “Smackdown Live” taking over Fridays.

“We wanted to let the creative community know that Fox is not only open for business but we feel like we’re stronger than ever,” said Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier in outlining the 2019-20 schedule to reporters. Fox is set to formally present its new primetime lineup to advertisers today at New York’s Beacon Theater at 4 p.
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Fox Shakes (Almost) Everything Up With 2019-20 Schedule, Moves ‘Masked Singer’ to Wednesday

Fox revealed its fall schedule on Monday, giving almost a complete overhaul to its Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday primetime lineups — including the expected shakeup of that last night there, which we previously knew would be devoted to the 2-hour “WWE’s SmackDown Live.”

On Mondays, Ryan Murphy’s “9-1-1” has been shifted up to 8 p.m. to make room for new Greg Berlanti-produced serial killer drama “Prodigal Son” in its old 9 o’clock hour.

Tuesdays have also been stirred up (as they were previously held by the now-canceled “Lethal Weapon” and “The Gifted”), with “9-1-1’s” former lead-in “The Resident” moving into the 8 p.m. slot that night, to be followed by “Empire” at 9, which is sliding over from 8 p.m. on Wednesday back to its old night and time for its final season.

And with the hip-hop drama off Wednesday and “Star” canceled, that night
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Fox Orders Tate Taylor Drama ‘Filthy Rich’ to Series

  • Variety
The New Fox is piling on the drama.

The broadcaster has issued its fifth order for a drama series, this time for “Filthy Rich,” a southern Gothic family drama which hails from “Girl on the Train” and “The Help” director Tate Taylor.

It’s understood that Fox had been keen to pick up the project earlier this week, however, Taylor’s schedule proved a stumbling block. The director is due to shoot a movie this summer which would have prevented him from overseeing the writers room.

The new one-hour drama centers around the aftermath of a plane crash which kills the patriarch of a mega-rich Southern family, famed for creating a wildly successful Christian television network. After his death, his wife and family are stunned to learn that he fathered three illegitimate children, all of whom are written into his will, threatening their family name and fortune.

Filthy Rich” will star Kim Cattrall,
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Fox Orders Kim Cattrall Southern Gothic Dramedy ‘Filthy Rich’ to Series

Fox has ordered one more pilot to series, the Kim Cattrall-led southern Gothic dramedy “Filthy Rich.”

Written and directed by “The Help” filmmaker Tate Taylor, the show is a family drama in “which wealth, power and religion collide – with outrageously soapy results.”

Here’s the logline for “Filthy Rich”: When the patriarch of a mega-rich Southern family, famed for creating a wildly successful Christian television network, dies in a plane crash, his wife and family are stunned to learn that he fathered three illegitimate children, all of whom are written into his will, threatening their family name and fortune. With monumental twists and turns, “Filthy Rich” presents a world in which everyone has an ulterior motive – and no one is going down without a fight.

Filthy Rich” stars Cattrall as Margaret Monreaux, Gerald McRaney as Eugene Monreaux, Aubrey Dollar as Rose Monreaux, Corey Cott as Eric Monreaux, Benjamin Aguilar as Antonio Rivera,
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Fox Picks Up Tate Taylor Southern Drama ‘Filthy Rich’ Starring Kim Cattrall To Series

  • Deadline
Fox has ordered its fifth drama series for the 2019-20 season. The network has picked up Filthy Rich, a soapy drama from The Help writer-director Tate Taylor, Imagine Television and 20th Century Fox TV, with Kim Cattrall to star and produce.

Filthy Rich, which is being eyed as a companion for hip-hop family drama Empire, was one of five Fox drama pilots which generated strong buzz consistently throughout the pilot process. The other four, Prodigal Son, NeXt, Deputy and Untitled Annie Wiseman/Jason Katims, were picked up to series on Thursday.

As we reported at the time, the reason Filthy Rich, which co-stars Gerald McRaney, was not picked up to series with its peers was that details were still being worked out. They had to do with writer/director/exec producer’s Taylor availability as his film schedule may not allow for the series to be ready for fall.

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‘Proven Innocent’ Canceled After One Season at Fox

  • Variety
Fox has pulled the plug on “Proven Innocent” after a single season, Variety has learned.

The legal drama was Fox’s lowest-rated show for the 2018-19 season, with an Live+Same Day average of a 0.4 rating in the key adults 18-49 demographic. The legal drama also averaged just over 2 million viewers per episode. The Season 1 finale aired on Friday night.

“Proven Innocent” centered around a legal team who worked at a wrongful conviction firm. The team, which was led by Madeline Scott (Rachelle Lefevre), a fierce and fearless female lawyer with a hunger for justice, reopened investigations, putting their own lives in danger to exonerate the innocent that were ‘proven’ guilty.

The series also starred Kelsey Grammar as Gore Bellows, the prosecutor who previously put Madeline away for murder, as well as Vincent Kartheiser, Russell Hornsby, Riley Smith, Clare O’Connor, Francis Guinan, Persia White, Shanesia Davis, Karin Anglin, Caitlin Mehner,
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