In the Upfront Presentation at the Manhattan Center today, FOX Entertainment’s CEO Rob Wade revealed the new lineup for the 2023-2024 television season spanning scripted, reality, and animated shows. The network is adding two new dramas, two new animated comedies, two new unscripted series, and bringing back a few series with brand-new seasons.
“Across every genre of FOX’s 2023-24 lineup, we continue to attract the brightest, most prolific creators in the industry. As a result, our content portfolio continues to deliver balance and variety in its storytelling through the strength and stability of our returning favorites and tremendous creativity of our new series,” said Wade.
There are several new series coming to FOX, such as the medical drama Doc about a brilliant doctor who loses eight years of memories after suffering a brain injury. Also added to the new lineup is the action-drama Rescue: HI-Surf which follows heavy-water lifeguards patrolling the most dangerous coastline in the world, the North Shore of O’ahu.
Bento Box Entertainment, Fox’s animation division, is premiering two new animated comedies, an Ancient Greek gods series called Krapopolis by creator Dan Harmon and Grimsburg about a detective who takes his personal problems more seriously than the cases he’s solving.
Added to the mix is a new game show Snake Oil hosted by David Spade, where contestants have to pick between legit business pitches and sham products. Another new game show, We Are Family, is a music guessing game show co-hosted by Jamie Foxx and Corinne Foxx which pairs relatives of celebrities dueting with their hidden famous relatives. Contestants must guess which celebrity the singing partner is related to for a chance to win $100,000.
Series coming back for a second season include Accused, Alert: Missing Persons Unit, Animal Control, Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test, and the unscripted series Farmer Wants a Wife.
The Cleaning Lady, I Can See Your Voice, Name That Tune, and Next Level Chef are coming back for a third season. The Great North and LEGO Masters will see a fourth season, 9-1-1: Lone Star will premiere its fifth season. Lego Masters is also scheduled to bring back its holiday event, Lego Masters: Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular for a second year.
Animated fan favorites Bob’s Burgers has also been renewed for its 14th season, as well as Family Guy for its 22nd season, and The Simpsons will kick off its 35th season.
Hell’s Kitchen will debut its 22nd season and The Masked Singer will come back for season 10.
Beat Shazam and Don’t Forget The Lyrics will return on May 23rd, Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars and MasterChef on May 24th, followed by Crime Scene Kitchen and Stars on Mars on June 5th.
More series renewals will be announced at a later date.