This morning Fox announced its 2011-12 schedule (below), listing both its fall and mid-season lineup. Some plans are still in the works, but some things have been decided:House
will return for an eighth season, expected to be the final one. Bones
will be back for a seventh season, as well as its spin-off The Finder
and Raising Hope
will also be returning, as well as Fringe
, which was announced earlier in the season.
Fox has officially cancelled four series: Lie to Me
, Human Target
, Traffic Light
, Breaking In
, and The Chicago Code
. America's Most Wanted
will no longer be a regular series, but there will be four two-hour specials. Neither of the pilots Locke & Key
nor Exit Strategies
has been picked up by the network.
Some of Fox's new programs include Simon Cowell's The X Factor
, the highly anticipated new J.J. Abrams show Alcatraz
, the drama Terra Nova
, the new comedy The New Girl
, starring Zooey Deschanel, as well as the new sitcom I Hate My Teenage Daughter
. There will also be two new animated series, Allen Gregory
in the fall and one based on Napoleon Dynamite
in the spring. The drama Touch
, starring Kiefer Sutherland may also be picked up mid-season.
There have also been trailers released for the series
For more information on some of these upcoming series, especially those sci-fi and fantasy related, stay tuned to SciFi Vision and @scifivision on Twitter.