Fox Bets Big on Simon

Fox has unveiled eight new shows you can expect to see during the 2011-12 TV season, including one reality show, two cartoons, two sitcoms and three dramas.

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Fox has unveiled eight new shows you can expect to see during the 2011-12 TV season, including one reality show, two cartoons, two sitcoms and three dramas.
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Napoleon Dynamite
nThe hit indie comedy gets animated, with a new series following the further adventures of one of Idaho’s greatest teenagers. Sundays at 8:30, midseason 2012.
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The X Factor
nHe’s baaaaaaaack… Simon Cowell returns to the American airwaves with yet another show that was first a hit for him in England. Old friend Paula Abdul, Antonio "L.A." Reid, and Cheryl Cole will be his co-judges with a $5 million recording contract on the line. Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8 this fall.
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New Girl
nZooey Deschanel stars as a young woman who, in the wake of a bad break-up, shares an apartment with three single guys. Tuesdays at 9 this fall.
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Allen Gregory
nJonah Hill provides the voice for a precocious 7-year-old who is preparing to head off on his greatest adventure: leaving the cocoon of home schooling and heading off to public school. Sundays at 8:30 this fall.
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The Finder
nFrom executive producer JJ Abrams comes Geoff Stults starring in this Bones spin-off , as a returning Iraq War vet with the uncanny ability to find just about anything…. Thursdays at 9, 2012 midseason.
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I Hate My Teenage Daughter
nJamie Pressly and Katie Finneran star as a pair of recovering nerds who fear they're raising their girls to be exactly like the minsters who tormented them in high school.
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Alcatraz
nand this show about how the most notorious prisoners from America’s most notorious prison are mysteriously resurfacing. Mondays at 9, midseason 2012.
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Terra Nova
nFrom executive-producer Steven Spielberg comes this drama about a family sent back in time to prehistoric Earth on a dangerous mission to save the future of mankind. Mondays at 8 this.
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