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FOX's Official Fall Schedule Listed

May 19, 2009 (6:10 am) GMT
FOX will put 'Fringe' in competition with other networks' strong shows and officially terminate the plan for 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' season 3.

FOX officially unwrapped its Fall schedule on Monday, May 18 and some worthy to take notes are the bold move they make with "" and what's behind the cancellation of "". Other than that, the network has announced several changes as well as their plan for 2010 midseason.

Instead of Tuesdays, "Fringe" will go for Thursdays on the second season, meaning it will challenge ABC's "", NBC's "" and CBS' "" at the 9 P.M. time slot. It will be preceded by "" that retains its regular slot. But changes are bound to happen for FOX is the first to announce its line-up and other networks are to follow throughout this week.

Meanwhile "Terminator" is definitely a goner. "It was not an inexpensive show," Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly explained. "We looked at ratings track where it had a consistent run. That trend line was not pointing in the right direction. We did a huge launch with that show. It was time to move on." The vacant slot will be filled by "" with the lead-in from half-hour shows "" and "".

On Mondays, "" will still take the 8 P.M. slot, paired with the second season of "". On Tuesdays, FOX is confident enough with two-hours of "". It will take the schedule left by "" which wraps up this Spring, having its one-hour result show on Wednesdays. New musical "" will follow "Dance" after the result night.

' new talk show is put on Saturday nights at 11 P.M. while "", "", "" and "American Dad" are cramped on the Sunday line-up.

The midseason 2010 schedule meanwhile, is reserved for "House M.D." and "" on Mondays, "American Idol" and new drama "" on Tuesdays, "Idol" result show and new show "" on Wednesdays, and "" on Sundays. The rest is planned to remain intact from the Fall schedule.

Monday:

Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Sunday:

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