TV Upfronts

Fox Sets Fall Schedule and Premiere Dates After Not Doing So During Upfront Week

Network picks Hell's Kitchen and sitcoms to replace Thursday Night Football, lines up two-part Monarch debut

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Fox finally has set its fall schedule—and locked in its premiere dates, as well.

After bucking tradition during upfront week and declining to release a schedule for next season, the broadcaster solidified its plans for the fall—and also became the first network to set its premiere dates.

Fox’s fall lineup begins on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 8 p.m. with the premiere of country music drama Monarch—which had been postponed from last season—debuting immediately following the Fox NFL doubleheader, simultaneously to all time zones.

The network is making the premiere a two-night event, with Part Two debuting in its regular time slot at 9 p.m.



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