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May 16 2008

Fox 2008/2009 Schedule

Fox LogoFox is bringing only two new shows to the schedule for the fall season.

MONDAY
8:00 pm Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
9:00 pm Prison Break

TUESDAY
8:00 pm House
9:00 pm Fringe

WEDNESDAY
8:00 pm Bones
9:00 pm ‘Til Death
9:30 pm Do Not Disturb

THURSDAY
8:00 pm The Moment Of Truth
9:00 pm Kitchen Nightmares

FRIDAY
8:00 pm Are You Smarter Than A 5th grader?
9:00 pm Don’t Forget The Lyrics!

SATURDAY
8:00 pm COPS
8:30 pm COPS
9:00 pm America’s Most Wanted: America Fights Back
11:00 pm MADtv
12:00 am Talkshow With Spike Feresten

SUNDAY
7:00 pm The OT (NFL post-game)
8:00 pm The Simpsons
8:30 pm King of the Hill
9:00 pm Family Guy
9:30 pm American Dad

New Show Descriptions

Fringe
(Drama, Tuesdays 9:00 pm)
From J.J. Abrams (“Lost”), Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the team behind “Star Trek,” “Mission: Impossible III” and “Alias,” comes a new drama that will thrill, terrify and explore the blurring line between science fiction and reality. When an international flight lands at Boston’s Logan Airport and the passengers and crew have all died grisly deaths, FBI Special Agent OLIVIA DUNHAM (newcomer Anna Torv) is called in to investigate. After her partner, Special Agent JOHN SCOTT (Mark Valley, “Boston Legal”), is nearly killed during the investigation, a desperate Olivia searches frantically for someone to help, leading her to DR. WALTER BISHOP (John Noble, “Lord of the Rings”), our generation’s Einstein. There’s only one catch: he’s been institutionalized for the last 20 years, and the only way to question him requires pulling his estranged son PETER (Joshua Jackson, “Dawson’s Creek”) in to help. When Olivia’s investigation leads her to manipulative corporate executive NINA SHARP (Blair Brown, “Altered States”), our unlikely trio along with fellow FBI Agents PHILLIP BROYLES (Lance Reddick, “The Wire”), CHARLIE FRANCIS (Kirk Acevedo, “Oz”) and ASTRID FARNSWORTH (Jasika Nicole, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”) will discover that what happened on Flight 627 is only a small piece of a larger, more shocking truth.

Sean’s Take: J.J. Abrams can seem to do no wrong lately, so I’m sure this due well for a while at least.  What is his obsession with planes involved in mysteries, though?

Do Not Disturb (working title)
(Comedy, Wednesdays 9:30 pm)
DO NOT DISTURB (working title) is a hilarious workplace comedy set at one of New York City’s hottest and hippest hotels: The Inn. Named one of the Big Apple’s “10 Best Places to Stay,” The Inn is just that – the “in” place to be, with its chic décor, stylish staff and celebrity clientèle. Behind the scenes, however, the upstairs/downstairs dynamic tells quite a different story. The hotel’s top-notch reputation and sophisticated look is due in large part to NEAL (Jerry O’Connell, “Crossing Jordan”) – at least in his opinion. Although The Inn’s charismatic owner R.J. (guest star Robert Wagner) takes all the credit, Neal is the egotistical, hyper-stylish, detail-oriented general manager who will do whatever it takes to keep the hotel and its employees up to his standards. RHONDA (Niecy Nash, “Reno 911!”) is the head of Human Resources who also keeps Neal’s demands in check. She’s brash, fabulous and brutally honest and runs the HR department from her bullpen downstairs with a set of rules that are all her own. Rhonda does her best to keep the back of the house in line and the front of the house out of trouble. At the front desk handling check-in while wearing 6-inch Manolos is NICOLE (Molly Stanton, “Twins”), an aging model who is svelte, cynical and slightly starving. Fresh from Nebraska is JASON (Brando Eaton, “Zoey 101”), the naïve bellman who would prefer to work behind-the-scenes, but was hired to show off his chiseled face and perfect pecs at the front of the hotel. The downstairs staff includes MOLLY (Jolene Purdy, “Donnie Darko”), a reservations clerk who dreams of pop-singer stardom as much as she craves to be part of the action upstairs; and LARRY (Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “The Class”), the head of housekeeping who spends more time on the phone cleaning up his messes at home than he does cleaning up after the guests upstairs.

Sean’s Take: I really not sure what to make of this one, but I’m going with “flop”.  It just doesn’t seem to be a strong premise to me.

eh… it’s Fox, what do you expect from them?



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