Fox Releases Trailers for All 8 New Fall and Midseason Series

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In getting ready for its big fall TV season, Fox has released eight trailers of its new slate of shows. Some will premiere in the fall, and some are midseason replacements. You can check out all eight of them in the post below!

First up, there’s the Western crime procedural Deputy, which stars Stephen Dorff (True Detective) as Deputy Bill Hollister. The series was created by Will Beall and David Ayer.

Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall returns to the small screen as the matriarch of the wealthy Monreaux family in Filthy Rich, based on the New Zealand series of the same name.

There’s the AI drama neXT, starring John Slattery (Mad Men, Avengers: Endgame) as a brilliant, paranoid CEO.

Brittany Snow (Pitch Perfect) toplines the unconventional family drama Not Just Me, based on the Australian series Sisters.

American Pie star Jason Biggs stars in the multi-camera midseason sitcom Outmatched, where he’ll play a father of four kids, three of which are geniuses.

The Beverly Hills gang is back for the BH90210 meta-reunion special, featuring most of the original cast. Unfortunately, the late Luke Perry will not appear. BH90210 premieres August 7.

Prodigal Son stars The Walking Dead alum Tom Payne as an agent whose father was a notorious serial killer known as The Surgeon.

Finally, Fox has been doing its animation-heavy Sunday night lineup for three decades (!), with no intention of slowing down. Along with The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, and Family Guy, they’ve added a new show to their animation domination slate, the family comedy Bless the Harts.

Better start clearing your schedule now, Fox’s new slate of shows will start airing this August.

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