The upfronts are taking place this week, an annual event when the U.S. TV networks unveil their upcoming fall lineups to the advertising community.
Sunday saw NBC preview its new shows, and Fox took its turn on Monday, previewing eight new series.
Ranging from the highly anticipated Batman prequel Gotham to Gracepoint, a remake of the critically acclaimed BBC miniseries Broadchurch, here’s a look at what we can expect to be watching on Fox next season.
Starring Ben McKenzie (The O.C.) as police Det. Jim (not yet Commisioner) Gordon, Gotham follows young Bruce Wayne’s childhood journey before becoming the Caped Crusader.
This U.S. adaptation of Brit hit Broadchurch brings in former Doctor Who star David Tennant — who also starred in the U.K. original — to play a police detective investigating the murder of a child in a seaside town. Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad) costars.
Former SNL writer and standup comic John Mulaney is creator and star of this Seinfeld-esque sitcom about an up-and-coming comic and his pals.
Based on a reality hit from Holland, this unscripted series is described as a “bold new social experiment”; from the creator of Big Brother.
Rainn Wilson (The Office) plays a brilliant-but-slovenly cop in this TV adaptation of a series of popular Nordic detective novels.
This primetime soap is set in the high-stakes world of rap music, starring Terence Howard as a street-smart hip-hop entrepreneur who is about to take his music label public.
Set in ancient Egypt, the story involves a thief who’s released from prison by the Pharoah himself and given a life-or-death mission: find the Book of Thresholds, a dangerous scroll that was stolen from Egypt’s most secure vault.
Wayward Pines (Midseason)
M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense) is exec producer of this mind-bending mystery about a Secret Service agent (Matt Dillon) who arrives in a seemingly bucolic town in search of two federal agents who have gone missing after last being seen in Wayward Pines.