Apparently renewed for 911 And Residential It was up in the air until Crunch Time, with Fox’s presentation on Monday explaining why none of those shows popped. At least they got two big stars 911: Rob LowBut you think they stack the deck with them as much as possible, don’t they?
New shows less on Fox. That horrible-looking Susan Sarandon (and Trace Adkins, and Anna Frill and randomly Beth Ditto Chat) Country song drama, The king, Its January slot has been drifting towards collapse, so it is alleged that it is finally coming to us. John Hamm has an animated cop show from the same group that makes Bob’s Burger, and Hannah Wadingham – not present, probably shooting Ted Lassore – is a comedy major. Krapopolis “A flawed family of humans, gods and monsters trying to run one of the world’s first cities without killing each other.” It also stars Richard Ayode (whom I like) and Matt Berry (on whom I am neutral). There’s a LAPD missing person unit show that hasn’t been cast yet, but one of the EPs is John Eisendrath – the famous Beverly Hills, 90210 – so let’s hope it’s full of people on the show. Finally, there is Accused, A genocide show starring Marley Matlin, Jill Hennessy, and Michael Chickles, based on a UK series, and opens with the defendants in court without knowing their guilt or how they ended up on trial. It follows how an ordinary person is trapped in an extraordinary situation, finally revealing how one wrong turn leads to another, until it’s too late to go back. “Billy Porter is listed as a director, so it’s fun. And that’s it. The TV is really a contraction time, isn’t it?