The CW Fall Schedule

The CW’s Official Fall 2009 Schedule Listed

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
The CW is leaning more into the women demographic with the inclusion of fashion-oriented ‘Beautiful Life’ and the 2.0 version of ‘Melrose Place’.

The CW's Official Fall 2009 Schedule Listed
See larger image The CW’s presentation of the Fall 2009 line-up makes it official that “” spin-off will not be picked up anytime soon and “” is formally dismissed. Instead, the network opts to add up to the list, three brand new series ““, “” and ““.

The spin-off dubbed as “Lily”, was already previewed in an episode of the original series but there were rumors floating that it would not be picked up at all. This is apparently not true. CW President Dawn Ostroff said that this is “the toughest year” they ever had because the selection of pilots is “really, really good”. She continued, “We do have room for another midseason show. We have some reality, and we’ll probably have another scripted drama. We’re just going to take a beat and see where we are. In all honesty, I think the Gossip Girl spinoff is the show that we would love to be able to find a place for as the season goes on.”

Meanwhile, “Vampire”, “Melrose” and “Beautiful” are paired with the network’s established series which have the same tone. “Melrose” is taking the Tuesdays slot with “” which is also a refurbished version of ’90s series. “Beautiful”, which is about fashion models, is put on Wednesday with the lead-in from “” while “Vampire” is going to precede “” on Thursdays.

With the excluding of “” and ““, the fall schedule subsequently is packed with dramas and no comedy. But Ostroff defended that it is “the most cohesive lineup” they’ve ever had. The slogan they would like to opt this time around would be, “TV to Talk About”.

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

CW upfront notes: ‘Smallville,’ ‘Supernatural,’ ‘90210’-‘Melrose’ crossovers

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The news coming out of The CW’s upfront wasn’t just about the new shows. Click through for notes on “Smallville,” “Supernatural” and more.

“Smallville” is moving to Friday nights in the fall, but that shouldn’t be taken as a sign that the network’s longest-running current series is on its way out.

“No,” CW Entertainment president Dawn Ostroff says. “First of all, it’s way too early” to talk about at the moment, as the show’s producers haven’t yet mapped out the storyline for season nine. “But no, it’s not the last season,” she adds. “Hopefully not.” (For what it’s worth, star Tom Welling has reportedly signed on for two more seasons.)

“Smallville’s” former Thursday-night companion, “Supernatural,” is entering its fifth season in the fall — and according to creator Eric Kripke’s original blueprint for the show, five seasons would tell the whole story of the Winchester boys. As with “Smallville,” Ostroff says it’s too early to make a definitive statement on whether the show could go on longer.

“We’ll see how the season goes,” she says. “But they did a really good job creatively this year, and I think it really paid off in the ratings.” “Supernatural” really was in a groove this season, but last week’s finale basically set up the coming of the apocalypse. After Sam and Dean battle Lucifer, are there really any other demons to slay, so to speak?

Another veteran show, “One Tree Hill,” is dealing with the departures of Chad Michael Murray and Hilarie Burton from the cast. Ostroff is sorry to see them go, but she also thinks their leaving represents an opportunity to freshen up the series.

“We tried to get them to stay, and we would have been thrilled if they wanted to,” Ostroff says. “I think the show moving into its seventh year was very open to sort of reinventing itself. One thing I have to give [creator] Mark Schwahn a lot of credit for is he’s kept the show fresh all these years. … I think Mark is excited about maybe bringing on a few new characters, which is what we’re going to do now that we’re finishing the pilot process.

“If you look at shows like ‘ER’ and [others] that go on for many, many years, a lot of these casts go through different people, and it really helps to keep shows fresh. So we’re said to see [Murray and Burton] go, and grateful for everything they did for the show, but excited about moving on and seeing who else is going to join the cast.”

The original “Melrose Place” was spun off from “Beverly Hills, 90210,” and since the new “90210” takes place in the same world, we were wondering if there’s a possibility for characters from that show to pop up on the new “Melrose,” or vice versa. Answer: Very possibly.

“We actually have talked about character crossovers,” Ostroff says. “It’s not in the pilot, but I think there will be a lot of opportunities for us to do it.”

That could pose a paradoxical problem, though, if Rob Estes ever comes near the apartment complex. Estes played Kyle McBride for much of the original “Melrose Place’s” run, and he now plays West Bev High Principal Harry Wilson on “90210.” So if Harry ever showed up at Melrose Place in search of, say, his daughter Annie (Shenae Grimes), the entire fictional universe could collapse on itself.

The CW’s fall 2009 schedule, night by night

The CW didn’t tinker much for the fall, adding just three new series (“The Beautiful Life,” “The Vampire Diaries” and the new “Melrose Place”). For its final season, the Superman story “Smallville” moves to Fridays, presumably because its audience will tune in no matter the night. Oh, and don’t look for original programming on weekends; The CW got out of that game.

8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
Mon Gossip Girl One Tree Hill
Tue 90210 Melrose Place
Wed America’s Next Top Model The Beautiful Life
Thu The Vampire Diaries Supernatural
Fri Smallville America’s Next Top Model encore

First Look: ‘The Beautiful Life’, ‘Vampire Diaries’ and ‘Melrose Place’

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Jump into the excitement of The CW’s upcoming new series with the just-released stills that introduce the main characters.

First Look: 'The Beautiful Life', 'Vampire Diaries' and 'Melrose Place'
See larger image The first look of The CW’s” has been shared, showing the main characters which are bound in one occupation, models. Also released are the promotional pictures of fellow newbies “” and ““. The pics are outed in advance of the network’s presentation of Fall 2009 schedule on Thursday, May 21.

“Beautiful Life” is starring , , and among others. The drama produced by revolves around a group of young models living the upbeat life of New York City together. It will air every Wednesday at 9 P.M. in Fall.

“Vampire Diaries” is an adaptation of LJane Smith’s novel series which tells about two vampire brothers, one good and one evil, fighting the passion for the same girl, Elena. Nina Dobrev will play Elena while the good brother, Stefan, will be played by Paul Wesley. The evil brother, Damon is played by Ian Somerhalder. It airs Thursdays at 8 P.M. before ““.

Melrose Place” is the refurbished version of the ’90s series of the same name. It presents a batch of fresh cast such as , , and Stephanie Jacobsen who will play a group of young adults living in “an elegant apartment building”. It airs Tuesdays at 9 P.M. after ““.

  • The Beautiful Life

  • Vampire Diaries

  • Melrose Place

Dawn Ostroff says ‘Gossip Girl’ spin off could still get a spot on The CW schedule

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Brittanysnow The “Gossip Girl” spin off is still breathing? CW president Dawn Ostroff informed reporters at Upfronts this morning that the pilot revolving around Serena’s mom circa 1980s is still in contention for midseason: “In all honesty the “Gossip Girl” spin off [is something] we’d like to find a place for as the season goes on. But we have to wait a minute and see where we are.”  Ostroff said the network was in a very fortunate position, having produced just six pilots, all of which were strong candidates for pick up. “It was the toughest deal we’ve ever had, figuring out what to cut, because they all were really, really good,” she shared.  Ostroff went on to explain that The CW will reevaluate later in the year, but will likely pick up a reality series for January launch, as well as another scripted show. The possibilities of course include, among others, the “Gossip Girl” spin off and “The Body Politic,” a D.C. based drama starring Brian Austin Green, Jason Dohring and Minka Kelly. “Parental Discretion Advised” — formerly titled “Light Years,” about a foster kid that finds her biological parents who haven’t spoken since the one-night-stand which produced her — has already made the midseason schedule. So what are the chances the “Gossip Girl” spin off is a go? Word is, “The Body Politic” pilot turned out really well, but I don’t know that it fits with The CW’s vision of itself as well as the “GG” brand does. Plus, Ostroff seems pretty happy with the “GG” spin off, saying producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage did an incredible job with it and that it doesn’t need a lot of development, it’s absence from the fall schedule was really just a matter of not yet having enough room for it.

Fall TV: Smallville Leaps to Fridays in a Single Bound

Source: TV Guide Online

The CW isn’t officially showing its hand for the 2009-10 until its Thursday morning upfronts event — and I’ll be there on the red carpet chatting up the young ‘n’ fab talent! — but one piece of not-entirely-super news looks for certain: Smallville is being shuttled to Fridays at 8, for its ninth (and perhaps final) season, sources tell TVGuide.com.   The Smallville move serves two purposes. For one, it clears the way for the new Vampire Diaries blood-sudser to lead into Supernatural on Thursdays.   Also, it gives the CW a Friday show with an audience of 3 million-plus, where in seasons past it was lucky to drum up 2 mil (with Everybody Hates Chris or The Game, neither of which is likely to make the cut for the fall).  Airing after Smallville on Fridays will be an encore showing of that week’s America’s Next Top Model.

CW picks up ‘Beautiful Life,’ ‘Melrose Place,’ ‘Vampire Diaries’ …dumps ‘Privileged’

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Well, it’s a sad day for “Privileged” fans. Sources say the network surprised many by making the last-second decision to let the Rina Mimoun drama go quietly into the night earlier this week. So I guess we’ll never know what happened with Will and Megan after she woke up in bed post-“we were on a break” sex… Feel free to express your condolences/catty complaints in the comments section. And if you have questions for Ms. Mimoun, please let me know. On a brighter note, I’m hearing really good things about the Ashton Kutcher-produced “Beautiful Life,” which insiders say is a sure thing for fall. Word is, the drama about young models in the city will film in New York, instead of Canada where the pilot was shot, because the network has high hopes for it. And, no surprise, “Melrose” and “Vampire Diaries” will get an official pick up on Thursday too, as has long been rumored.

The CW will not be renewing Privileged for a second season. There was talk of a possible midseason berth for the much-loved dramedy, but, ultimately, the show was a casualty of the network’s strong development. “It’s truly heartbreaking,” series creator Rina Mimoun said via e-mail. “I’m so grateful to everyone out there who supported our little show and fell in love with Megan Smith. She was the most delightful character I’ve ever had the pleasure to write and watching JoAnna Garcia bring her to life every day was a gift I will never forget. I’m incredibly proud of the work we did and forever indebted to all the fans, critics and to Warner Bros. for being so wonderful and supportive. I will miss this more than you know.” Class act, that one.

Among new shows, The CW has picked up Melrose Place 2.0, Beautiful Life, and Vampire Diaries. Oh, and the Gossip Girl spin-off is officially dead Source: The Ausiello Files

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CBS Fall Schedule

CBS’ Official Fall 2009 Schedule Listed

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
CBS saves ‘Medium’, green lits ‘NCIS’ spin-off and cancels ‘Without a Trace’ as well as ‘The Unit’ and ‘Eleventh Hour’.

CBS' Official Fall 2009 Schedule Listed
See larger image In a formal presentation held on Wednesday, May 20, CBS announced its official Fall 2009 schedule. Among the highlighted ones are the pick-up of “” which has been snubbed by NBC and the go-ahead on “” spin-off which is titled “NCIS: Los Angeles”. CBS Studios which is behind “Medium” previously criticized NBC for canceling the show starring . “NBC’s cancellation of ‘Medium’ is inexplicable to us,” the statement said. “The ratings don’t lie: ‘Medium’ outperforms many of NBC’s renewed shows … We believe the show has a significant future and await developments.” It will be put on Fridays, sandwiched by “” and ““.

Meanwhile, “NCIS: Los Angeles” which was previously thought to be named “NCIS: Legend”, focuses on a new batch of naval agents who have been introduced in an episode of “NCIS”. is starring as Special Agent Sam Hanna, a tough but charming former U.S. Navy Seal and is “an expert on the Middle East” while is Special Agent G. Callen who is “an ordinary guy born to do undercover”. It will air every Tuesdays right after the original.

CBS is also introducing several new series this Fall, including -starring comedy ““, and the -starring drama “The Good Wife”. Those receiving the ax in the mean time, are ““, “” and ““.

CBS FALL 2009 SCHEDULE:

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

Sunday:

Fall TV: CBS Picks Up Seven New Shows, Including Alex O’Loughlin’s

CBS has canceled Without A Trace and renewed Numb3rs. I’m told Eye execs had one slot left, and they went with Numb3rs because it’s less expensive to produce. CBS has also dropped Eleventh Hour and renewed How I Met Your Mother, Gary Unmarried, Rules of Engagement, and Old Christine.

Source: The Ausiello Files

Source: TV Guide Online

CBS in one fell swoop ordered seven new shows for the 2009-10 season, including projects that will bring familiar faces Alex O’Loughlin, Jenna Elfman and Julianna Margulies back to the tube, sources say.

The new shows getting the OK from the Eye are:

Three Rivers, starring O’Loughlin and revolving around organ transplant surgeons

Accidentally on Purpose, a comedy about a movie critic (Elfman) who inadvertently gets pregnant in a fling with a younger man

The Good Wife, starring Margulies as a woman who returns to work as a lawyer when her hubby gets incarcerated

-The NCIS spin-off sneak-peeked in two recent episodes of the hit procedural, and starring Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J

Miami Trauma, a medical drama from Jerrry Bruckheimer

Undercover Boss, an unscripted series summed up by the Hollywood Reporter as “Secret Millionaire meets Dirty Jobs

House Rules, about a freshman class of U.S. representatives

NBC Fall Schedule

NBC’s Official Fall 2009 Schedule Listed

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
NBC decides to save ’30 Rock’ for midseason 2010 along with ‘Chuck’ and ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’.

NBC's Official Fall 2009 Schedule Listed
See larger image After the Fall schedule announcement by FOX, it is time for NBC to unveil theirs. In a bold move, the Peacock Network orders the 20th season of “” which is now tying “Gunsmoke” as primetime’s longest running drama. Also in a surprising move, “” is benched until midseason comes. The half-hour comedy starring is reserved for midseason 2010 and its Thursday slot is given to new series “” which is starring Chevy Chase and Joel McHale. Also coming only after the 2010 Olympics is “” which has been saved from cancellation by fans and its sponsor Subway. The order is currently for 13 episodes, and Sarah will be seen working on Subway.

New season of “” celebrity edition is set to premiere in the 2010 midseason along with ““, “The Marriage Ref” and ““. The network is expected to make more changes in March 2010 after the Winter Olympics winds down.

The 10 P.M. slots, as announced previously, will be filled by “The Jay Leno Show”. The canceled shows thus are among others ““, ““, “” and ““. The first two reportedly will be picked up by other networks.

NBC FALL 2009 SCHEDULE:

Monday:

  • 8 P.M. – “
  • 9 P.M .- “
  • 10 P.M. – “The Jay Leno Show”

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

  • 7 P.M. – “Football Night in America”
  • 8:20 P.M. – “NBC Sunday Night Football”

NBC’s 2009-2010 Lineup: ‘Chuck’ to Midseason, Jay Leno Everywhere

Source: BuddyTV

After its initial announcement last month about the shows it would pick up, today NBC revealed its official 2009-2010 schedule and also made several official cancellations. My Name is Earl and Medium are both gone, though there are possibilities that both shows could be picked up by rival networks.  For My Name is Earl, it’s especially difficult since the season ended with a cliffhanger.The schedule is clearly divided into Fall and Spring schedules, or pre and post Winter Olympics.  Chuck, which recently was renewed for 13 episodes, won’t show up until the Spring.  And as promised Jay Leno’s primetime talk show will fill the 10pm timeslot every night of the week. Friday Night Lights, which was renewed for two more seasons on DirecTV, will air sometime in Summer 2010 on NBC.

Here is NBC’s Fall Schedule:

MONDAY:
8pm – Heroes
9pm – Trauma (NEW)
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

TUESDAY:
8[m – The Biggest Loser (two-hour episodes)
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

WEDNESDAY:
8pm – Parenthood (NEW)
9pm – Law and Order: SVU
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

THURSDAY:
8pm – SNL Weekend Update Thursday
8:30pm – Parks and Recreation
9pm – The Office
9:30pm – Community (NEW)
10pm – The Jay Leno Show
NOTE: After SNL Weekend Update Thursday runs its course, Community will move to 8pm and 30 Rock will take over at 9:30pm.

FRIDAY:
8pm – Law and Order
9pm – Southland
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

In addition, here is NBC’s Spring schedule, pre-empted for most of February due to the Winter Olympics.

MONDAY:
8pm – Chuck
9pm – Day One (NEW)
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

TUESDAY:
8pm – The Biggest Loser (90-minute episodes)
9:30pm – 100 Questions (NEW)
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

WEDNESDAY:
8pm – Mercy(NEW)
9pm – Law and Order: SVU
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

THURSDAY:
8pm – Community
8:30pm – Parks and Recreation
9pm – The Office
9:30pm – 30 Rock
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

FRIDAY:
8pm – Law and Order
9pm – Southland
10pm – The Jay Leno Show

SUNDAY:
8pm – The Marriage Ref (NEW)
9pm – The Celebrity Apprentice (two-hour episodes)

ABC Fall Schedule

ABC’s Fall 2009 Schedule Listed

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
ABC prefers to fill in its Fall schedule with a bunch of new series and terminates many mild-rating midseason series.

ABC's Fall 2009 Schedule Listed
See larger image Compared to FOX and NBC that have announced their Fall 2009 line-up earlier, ABC has the most dramatic changes in its line-up. The Alphabet is taking in more than 10 new shows to grace its 2009-10 season on top of the high-rating regulars such as ““, “” and ““.

These new shows include the -starring vehicle “” which will be put on Wednesdays comedy slot along with newbies ““, “” and ““. ABC Entertainment Group chief Steve McPherson said, “We were looking to establish a comedy presence. Our Wednesday night has certainly been challenging for us and is something we wanted to improve on, and we were looking for event-style series.”

ABC had also canceled a lot of the series that were only introduced in midseason this year, except for “” which is deemed having “a lot of promise.” Also, “” is saved but shelved for midseason 2010 along with ““, and ““. New series in the midseason are ““, “” and the remake of ’80s series ““.

Definitely goners are ““, ““, “” and ““.

ABC FALL 2009 SCHEDULE Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

Saturday:

  • 8 P.M. – “Saturday Night College Football”

Sunday:

Fall TV: ABC’s Official Schedule Revisits V, Moves Betty and Says Adieu to Who?

Source: TV Guide Online

ABC’s plan for the 2009-10 TV includes alien invasions, a new night for Betty and a bevy of sitcoms — though at least one laffer was ironically “forgotten” along the way. Looking to build a comedy bloc, ABC’s Wednesday lineup will feature four new sitcoms: Hank (starring Kelsey Grammer), The Middle (fronted by Patricia Heaton), Modern Family and Cougar Town (starring Courteney Cox Arquette). Notably missing from ABC’s schedule is Samantha Who?, which has officially been canceled. The Christina Applegate-starrer, however, still has a handful of unaired episodes in its arsenal.

The Alphabet’s Sunday and Monday lineups will remain intact, as will the Thursday night combo of Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. Now leading into Shonda Rhimes’ one-two punch will be Flash Forward, starring Joseph Fiennes, Sonya Walger and John Cho. The high-concept action-drama — which ran teaser promos during Lost‘s last two episodes —bumps Ugly Betty to Fridays at 9 pm, where America Ferrera & Co. will be sandwiched between Supernanny and 20/20.

ABC will test two new hour-longs on back-to-back nights at 10 pm. Jerry Bruckheimer’s The Forgotten, about a group of amateur detectives and starring Reiko Aylesworth, will lead out of Dancing with the Stars‘ results shows on Tuesday, while Eastwick (inspired by the ’80s flick The Witches of Eastwick) will anchor Wednesday. Rebecca Romijn, Lindsay Price and Jaime Ray Newman star as sorceresses.

On the reality front, Mark Burnett’s Shark Tank, which is aimed at aspiring entrepreneurs, will lead into the Dancing results shows Tuesdays at 8. Once Dancing with the Stars bows out, Scrubs and Better Off Ted will occupy Tuesday’s 9 o’clock hour. Regarding Scrubs, at this time only Zach Braff is locked to return — for at least six episodes — and the setting might possibly change from Sacred Heart Hospital.

Premiering midseason are the dramas V (a reimagining of the cult alien miniseries, and now starring Elizabeth Mitchell), Deep End (a legal series), Happy Town (a murder mystery featuring Amy Acker and Geoff Stults) and, of course, Lost‘s final season. Also on deck for ABC are True Beauty and Wife Swap.

Like Samantha Who?, Cupid and The Unusuals are both canceled, but Surviving Suburbia could return, depending on the ratings its final freshman-season episodes get.

FOX Fall Schedule

FOX Fall Schedule: ‘Dollhouse’ Renewed, ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Season 6

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Today FOX officially announced its schedule for the 2009-2010 TV season, and some of the changes are huge.  Aside from the great news that Dollhouse will be coming back for a second season, the other big story is that So You Think You Can Dance, which premieres its fifth season this Thursday, will air in the Fall as well for an immediate sixth season. The So You Think You Can Dance move is unusual, but helps to balance out the schedule since FOX has American Idol in the Spring.  It also gives FOX the chance to do direct competition with Dancing with the Stars, a show that in recent seasons has taken several professional from former SYTYCD contestants. With three hours of So You Think You Can Dance on the schedule each week, there isn’t much room in the Fall schedule for new shows.  House, Lie to Me, Bones, Fringe and Til Death all return in the Fall as do the Sunday animated comedies The Simpsons, Family Guy and American Dad.

New entries for the Fall include Glee, a new hour-long comedy that has a special premiere presentation tomorrow after the American Idol final performance show.  The other new shows are half-hour comedies: The Cleveland Show, an animated spin-off of Family Guy, and Brothers, a Friday night sitcom starring Michael Strahan (yes, former NFL star Michael Strahan). FOX will also try a new Saturday night talk show by giving recent White House Correspondents Dinner host Wanda Sykes her own show.

Here is the Fall schedule for FOX:

MONDAY:
8pm – House
9pm – Lie to Me

TUESDAY:
8pm – So You Think You Can Dance (two-hour performance show)

WEDNESDAY:
8pm – So You Think You Can Dance (results show)
9pm – Glee (NEW)

THURSDAY:
8pm – Bones
9pm – Fringe

FRIDAY
8pm – Brothers (NEW)
8:30pm – Til Death
9pm – Dollhouse

SUNDAY
8pm – The Simpsons
8:30pm – The Cleveland Show (NEW)
9pm – Family Guy
9:30pm – American Dad

FOX also revealed its plans for the Spring season which brings more new shows.  Two new dramas, Human Target and Past Life, will premiere in the Winter.  Human Target is an action series based on a popular graphic novel about a man who protects his clients at all costs while Past Life is about a psychologist who treats her patients by exploring their past lives.

The current Spring schedule keeps Thursday and Friday nights the same while adding 24, preempting Glee until the Spring, and introducing a new comedy on Sundays, Sons of Tucson, a live action comedy starring Reaper‘s Tyler Labine.

FOX Spring 2010 Schedule:

MONDAY:
8pm – House
9pm – 24

TUESDAY:
8pm – American Idol (performance show)
9pm – Past Life

WEDNESDAY:
8pm – American Idol (results show)
9pm – Human Target (January) / Glee (Spring)

THURSDAY:
8pm – Bones
9pm – Fringe

FRIDAY:
8pm – Brothers
8:30pm – Til Death
9pm – Dollhouse

SUNDAY:
7:30pm – American Dad
8pm – The Simpsons
8:30pm – Sons of Tucson
9pm – Family Guy
9:30pm – The Cleveland Show

Fall TV: Official Fox Sked Adds Dance to Fall Mix, Cancels Terminator

Source: TV Guide Online

Fox’s official plan for the 2009-10 TV season includes good news for House and Bones fans: The two popular series are staying put on their respective nights. They’ll also boost two returning freshman series: Tim Roth’s Lie to Me has scored the plum afterHouse berth on Monday, while Fringe will lead out of Bones on Thursday. Dollhouse will remain in the Fridays-at-9 pm slot, where its new lead-in will be a pair of live-action comedies — Brothers, starring former NFL star Michael Strahan, and [groan‘Til Death.

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles has officially been powered down. Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly tells TVGuide.com that no matter how well Christian Bale’s Terminator Salvation theatrical release does, the TV series will not be baaaack.

On the reality front, So You Think You Can Dance enthusiasts can do a little jig to celebrate the fact that not long after the show’s about-to-launch summer season ends, a fall edition will kick up its heels, airing on Tuesday (with a two-hour performance show) and Wednesday. Kevin Reilly says that the intent is to mirror the network’s midseason lineup, when American Idol enters the mix. Wanda Sykes will host a late-night roundtable talk show airing Saturdays at 11 pm.

Among Fox’s new offerings, Glee — which gets sneak-peeked this Tuesday, following American Idol‘s Adam-Kris sing-off — will air on Wednesday, leading out of Dance‘s results show. The Family Guy spinoff The Cleveland Show will call Sunday-at-8:30 pm home.

Premiering midseason will be Past Life (a reincarnation-tinged thriller series airing Tuesdays at 9 pm), Human Target (with Mark Valley as an elite bodyguard, replacing Glee on Wednesdays) and the comedy Sons of Tucson (starring Tyler Labine and targeted for Sundays).

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