‘Alert: Missing Persons Unit,’ ‘Animal Control,’ ‘The Cleaning Lady’ Set Midseason Premiere Dates at Fox
21.11.2023 - 21:55
BreAnna Bell As Hollywood returns to production following this year’s historic WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, Fox has announced winter and spring premiere dates for its returning scripted series including “Alert: Missing Persons Unit,” “The Cleaning Lady,” and its latest comedy “Animal Control.” Also, as part of its midseason rollout, Fox is breaking up its “Animation Domination” stalwarts, moving “Family Guy” to Wednesday — marking the first time it hasn’t aired on Sundays in two decades. Élodie Yung starrer “The Cleaning Lady” (now in Season 3) and the sophomore season of police procedural “Alert: Missing Persons Unit” officially return on Tuesday, March 5.
Joel McHale sitcom “Animal Control” returns on March 6, landing between new season premieres for “The Masked Singer” and the relocated “Family Guy.” Fox’s revised Sunday animation lineup kicks off Jan. 7, immediately following the Fox NFL doubleheader with a special preview of the new series “Grimsburg,” starring and executive-produced by Jon Hamm.
Following “Grimsburg,” animated series schedule continues with new episodes of “Krapopolis,” “Bob’s Burgers” and the season four premiere of “The Great North.” “Grimsburg” and “The Great North” will make their time period premieres on Sunday, Feb. 18, as the night begins with new episodes of “The Simpsons” and “Krapopolis.” On the unscripted side, new series “The Floor” (hosted by Rob Lowe) will premiere on Tuesday, Jan.
2. The telecast will be preceded by musical game show, “Celebrity Name that Tune.” Music-centric gamer “We Are Family,” hosted by Anthony Anderson and his mother Doris Bowman, premieres Wednesday, Jan.
3. Premiere dates for the new seasons of “Next Level Chef” and “Farmer Wants a Wife” were also announced.
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