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Fox announces primetime schedule for 2012-2013 season

Peter Rice, Chairman, Entertainment, Fox Networks Group; and Kevin Reilly, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company, today unveiled the FOX primetime schedule for the 2012-2013 television season to the national advertising community during its annual Programming Presentation at the Beacon Theatre.

“Television continues to be the most vibrant, emotionally rich platform in the world,” said Rice. “FOX has been the No. 1 network for eight seasons by delivering groundbreaking, engaging and culturally relevant shows that connect with our audience, not only on-air, but wherever they are in the digital or social space.”

“With first-year culture-driving hits like New Girl and The X Factor and strong returning tentpoles like American Idol and Glee, we were laser focused on our development and it has really paid off,” said Reilly. “I have no doubt that our two genre-defying new dramas, our new FOX Sports Saturdays, and our three new distinctive, sharp and upscale comedies – all fronted by incredible talent – can propel FOX to even greater success.”

The schedule includes five new series: The Mindy Project; Ben and Kate; The Mob Doctor; The Following and The Goodwin Games. The schedule also includes a couple changes from last seasons, most notably: Glee will be moving to Thursdays following The X Factor in the fall; Touch shifting to Friday before Fringe and a new Thursday night comedy block. Full details over the jump.

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Fox announces 2011-12 season finale dates; House series finale dated for Monday, May 21

FOX is announcing 2011-12 season finale dates for AMERICAN DAD, AMERICAN IDOL, BOB’S BURGERS, BONES, THE CLEVELAND SHOW, FAMILY GUY, THE FINDER, FRINGE, GLEE, NEW GIRL, Q’VIVA! THE CHOSEN, RAISING HOPE, THE SIMPSONS and the series finale of HOUSE.

The complete press release is included after the jump.

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20th Century Fox TV bringing 13 shows to Comic-Con 2011

20th Century Fox TV will be bringing 13 shows to Comic-Con 2011: Bones, The FinderBob’s Burgers, Terra Nova, Futurama, The Simpsons, Family Guy, American Dad, Glee, Allen Gregory, The Cleveland Show.

Panel dates and cast/crew info after the jump.

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Fox renews Family Guy and The Cleveland Show

Fox has renewed Family Guy for a 10th season and The Cleveland Show for a fourth season. The Cleveland Show’s renewal is for a fourth season because the show — currently airings its second season — had been previously renewed by the network for a third season. Renewals keep both shows on the network through the 2012-13 […]

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane announces he’s making a big band album

Last night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane revealed that he signed a deal with Universal Republic Records to record a big band album:

“I’m working on an album actually for Universal Republic Records,” said MacFarlane. “I had an offer to do an actual big band album and I took it. I said yes.”

When Leno asked what fans could expect, MacFarlane teased: “Swing arrangements of classic tunes. We kind of deliberately touched stuff that the Deans (Martin) and the Franks (Sinatra) and the Sammys (Davis Jr.) didn’t do yet.”

Watch a clip from the show after the jump, where MacFarlane sings “You’re the Cream in My Coffee” from the musical “Hold Everything!”.

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Comic-Con 2010: Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane says no more Star Wars spoofs after ‘Return of the Jedi’

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane told the Comic-Con crowd that after the upcoming Return of the Jedi spoof titled “It’s a Trap!” — which they previewed nine minutes of — there will be no more Star Wars spoofs:

“This last one almost killed us,” creator Seth MacFarlane said. “It would be too […]

Seth MacFarlane Headlining Variety Show for Fox

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will partner with Alex Borstein, who voices the character Lois on the Fox animated series, to star in a variety special for Fox next month.  Family Guy Presents: Seth and Alex’s Almost Live Comedy Show (working title) will air Sunday, November 8th at 8:30 p.m.

The program will run […]