As Upfronts Week 2019 is underway with NBC released on Sunday. On Monday, Fox announced as the second broadcast TV network of its fall tv schedule with some changes and announcements.
One of the few big things coming into the new TV season for Fox is that the upcoming sixth season of Empire will be it’s last and will move from Wednesdays to Tuesdays, where it will pair up with another relocated series, The Resident. The Masked Singer will begin its second season this fall on Wednesdays at 8/7c leading into Jason Katim’s new family drama Not Just Us. But the Masked Singer’s third season cycle will launch after Super Bowl LIV. With Last Man Standing being renewed, it’s been put on TBD in 2020 as WWE’s SmackDown Live will take over Fridays. And the new thriller/cop drama Prodigal Son will air Mondays after 9-1-1.
Here’s the fall schedule:
9/8c Prodigal Son (NEW)
8/7c The Resident (New time slot)
9/8c Empire (New time slot)
8/7c The Masked Singer (new timeslot)
9/8c Not Just Me (NEW)
8/7c Thursday Night Football
8/7c WWE’s SmackDown LIVE
8/7c College Football
8/7c The Simpsons
8:30/7:30c Bless The Harts (NEW)
9/8c Bob’s Burgers (new time slot)
9:30/8:30c Family Guy (new time slot)
The Orville, MasterChef, Last Man Standing, 9-1-1, Lone Star (NEW), Filthy Rich (NEW), Deputy (NEW), Next (NEW), Outmatched (NEW), Ultimate Tag (NEW) Duncanville (NEW), The Great North (NEW).
The Cool Kids, The Gifted, Gotham, Lethal Weapon, The Passage, Proven Innocent, Rel and Star.
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