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Fox is shaking things up this upfront season by not actually releasing a fall schedule.

Bucking the norm, the broadcast network renewed a slate of dramas and comedies and added new series, but during its presentation Monday afternoon, it won’t be telling advertisers when those shows will actually air. “We’re going to focus on a portfolio [upfront] show, and that’s what we did. We have a feeling you guys will have a schedule well in advance of when you need it; we’re pretty confident about that,” Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier told reporters Monday morning.

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