"Unpredictable" is the first word that comes to mind looking at FOX's fall 2019-2020 primetime lineup. Reality show The Masked Singer will be on for the most part of the year with two cycles in fall and spring. Prodigal Son and Not Just Me (aka Sisters) are the first drama newbies to join the party, with all the others kept for midseason launch. Even comedy Last Man Standing will take a longer break than expected. Tuesday's line-up is totally revamped with The Resident and the final season of Empire sharing the night.
Check out FOX's entire schedule for the 2019-20 season below:
9:00/8:00c Prodigal Son - Pilot script review
8:00/7:00c The Resident
8:00/7:00c The Masked Singer
9:00/8:00c Not Just Me (aka Sisters) - Pilot script review
8:00/7:00c Thursday Night Football
8:00/7:00c WWME Smackdown
8:00/7:00c The Simpsons
8:30/7:30c Bless The Harts
9:00/8:00c Bob's Burgers
9:30/8:30c Family Guy
Last Man Standing - Thursdays 8pm after football ends
Outmatched - Thursdays 8.30pm after football ends
Deputy - Read script preview
Filthy Rich - Thursdays 9pm after football ends - Read script preview
9-1-1: Lone Star - Mondays 8pm in January (special premiere Jan. 10 after NFC CHAMPIONSHIP)
The Great North
Post-Supberbowl slot goes to The Masked Singer (Season 3)
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Jean-Maxime Renault is a TV addict based in Paris who writes about television and movies on AlloCiné (aka "the French IMDB"). In 2015 he created Season Zero, a website about television development and pilot season, which is now a part of Primetimer.