Lake County News, CA – FOX program relies on drama, animation and unscripted

Long before anyone thinks about a new season of TV programming, the major networks are still pitching their slate for an upcoming season to the national advertising community.

Introducing the new series, Charlie Collier, CEO of FOX Entertainment, claimed that his network entered into unveiling the programs as “the only company, regardless of platform, with advertising at its heart”.

With Collier telling advertisers that “building barriers between our best content and our partner brands is not our business model,” it’s the end result that FOX doesn’t stop anything from being freely available to viewers.

In another sense, FOX is holding back most of its new series for mid-season, including dramas and animated comedies, and “9-1-1: Lone Star” fans will also have to wait until later in the season. .

Animation remains a cornerstone of programming, as FOX arguably received a big boost in its early days to becoming a viable fourth network when it debuted “The Simpsons,” which is now America’s hit-and-run series. longest-running scripted listening experience.

All-new animated comedy “Grimsburg” will feature the voice of Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) as Marvin Flute, the greatest detective to ever catch a cannibalistic clown or correctly identify a mid-century modern wardrobe . But there’s one mystery he still can’t figure out: his family.

Back in the town of Grimsburg where everyone has a secret or three, Flute will follow every lead he has to make amends with the ex-wife he never stopped loving, even if it means hanging out with the son he never bothered to get to know.

Set in mythical ancient Greece, “Krapopolis” is an animated series centered on a family of flawed humans, gods, and monsters who attempt to rule one of the world’s first cities without killing each other.

Richard Ayoade voices Tyrannis, the benevolent King of Krapopolis, who is trying to make his way in a town aptly named. Tyrannis’ mother, Deliria (Hannah Waddingham), is the goddess of self-destruction and questionable choices. The other family members are a real mess.

Gordon Ramsay, the unstable British chef and restaurateur, finds his “Hell’s Kitchen” cooking contest is still going on on FOX, and at some point the all-new “Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars” contest series will arrive.

On the hunt for the most exciting and innovative new food and beverage entrepreneurs, Ramsay is now ready to put his money where he says it goes, backing the winner in an investment to take his idea to life. at the top level.

Winning Ramsay’s support will take more than just a great idea. As he pushes the contestants to their limits through a series of relentless challenges, they will have to prove they have the drive, dedication, creativity, passion and talent to succeed.

Being the last entrepreneur standing will earn the winner a life-changing reward. This person will only have to outlive Gordon Ramsay, the only angel investor. All we can say is good luck.

An American television series of musical soap operas is nothing new. It’s only been in the past decade that ABC’s “Nashville” has chronicled the lives of various fictional country music singers, with Connie Britton as the legendary superstar whose fame has begun to fade.

FOX’s first new series debuting in September will be “Monarch,” a Texas-sized, multi-generational musical drama about America’s first country music family, in which Susan Sarandon plays country music queen Dottie Cantrell Roman.

Dottie and her beloved husband Albie Roman (country music star Trace Adkins) have created a country music dynasty, and while the Roman name is synonymous with authenticity, the very foundation of their success is a lie.

And when their reign as the nation’s royalty is in jeopardy, heiress to the crown Nicky Roman (Anna Friel) will stop at nothing to protect her family’s legacy, while ensuring her own quest for stardom.

“Alert” is a character-driven police procedural about the Los Angeles Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit. When Officer Nikki Parker’s son goes missing, she joins the unit to help others find their loved ones, even as she searches for her own.

Six years later, her world is turned upside down when her ex-husband, Devon Zoellner, shows up with a life proof photo of their missing boy. Where is it? A thrilling and deadly search for a missing person takes place in every episode.

It’s a case-of-the-week show with a case story of a life running through it — a story that alternately brings heartbreaking heartache and heart-pounding joy to the two main characters.

Based on a British detective anthology, the provocative series ‘The Accused’ takes you on the journey of the accused. Each episode opens in a courtroom of the accused, with viewers knowing nothing of their crime or how they ended up on trial.

Told from the point of view of the accused through flashbacks, “Accused” mirrors current events with evocative and moving stories.

Michael Chiklis (“The Shield”) guest stars in the first episode as Dr. Scott Corbett, a successful brain surgeon, who faces the limits of unconditional love upon discovering his teenage son may be planning an attack. violent at school.

Tim Riley writes film and television reviews for Lake County News.

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