Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

Trailers for 'The Passage,' 'Rel' and more new FOX shows

Trailers for 'The Passage,' 'Rel' and more new FOX shows

Fox and other broadcast networks are presenting their new schedules to advertisers in NY this week.

As previously reported, Fox is reviving the series which was the number two comedy on ABC, but was canceled anyway much to the dismay of fans. Though the NBC show's rating gave them pause this year, Fox's original interest in the show didn't have anything to do with Roseanne. ABC, NBC, and CBS also joined in. Due to declining ratings, ABC will launch a new show called "0.8" is enough. Below are the three we're most looking forward to checking out...

"Homer Simpson here for "The Simpsons, ' who just passed 'Gunsmoke" for the most episodes ever", the patriarch of the the most famous family from Springfield said in a projection on the big screen, while donning a dapper tux.

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It won't be the studio's first female-led film - Brie Larson is already set to enter the franchise as Captain Marvel in 2019. Adding further to it Marvel revealed, "We have plans for that once we've introduced Captain Marvel to the world".

"Rel" is based on the life of series star Lil Rel Howery, who co- wrote the pilot. Guess someone forgot to tell the reel-maker that the Fox comedy has yet to be renewed.

Launching mid-season is the epic thriller The Passage, from executive producers Ridley Scott, Matt Reeves, and Liz Heldens.

Justin Cronin's sprawling novels just took a bite out of the network's fall schedule. When a young girl (Saniyya Sidney, "Fences", "Hidden Figures") is chosen to be a test subject, a federal agent (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, "Pitch") is tasked with bringing her in, but ultimately, becomes her surrogate father, determined to protect her at any cost - even as Project Noah's work threatens to unleash an unimaginable apocalypse.

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However, Maul does escape and flees back into the darkness, not resurfacing until much later during Star Wars Rebels . Last week, meanwhile, it was claimed that Ron, 64, reshot the majority of " Solo: A Star Wars Story".

If you're into dramas with a supernatural element, The Passage is the one to watch. "Well, just goes to show you - a lot can happen in a year".

"Proven Innocent" was co-created by Danny Strong, a co-creator of Fox's hip-hop drama "Empire". It is set to premiere mid-season.

"Proven Innocent": This legal drama follows an underdog criminal defence firm led by a fierce and uncompromising lawyer (Rachelle Lefevre) who was wrongfully convicted in a sensational murder case that made her a household name and a media obsession. But Fox was aware others were interested in the show and is "happy" it found a home, she said. The drama stars Rachelle Lefevre ("Under the Dome", "A Gifted Man"), Vincent Kartheiser ("Mad Men"), Russell Hornsby ("Seven Seconds", "Grimm"), Brian d'Arcy James ("13 Reasons Why", "Spotlight") and Tony Award victor Nikki M. James ("BrainDead", "The Good Wife", "The Book of Mormon").

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There is also a BTS footage of Brie Larson doing stunts in her superhero costume courtesy of Twitter user P.A. Marvel standalone movie would certainly be noteworthy in a post-Spider-Man: Homecoming world.

Which show are you most looking forward to watching? Fans were understandably upset that the series was cancelled despite the fact that it seemed to be doing well in its time slot on Fridays. Excited for a new line-up shows headed our way? Had they been able to resurrect Tim Allen's Home Improvement series, then I think they would've had a certified victor on their hands.

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