Officially under the Disney umbrella, it seems like business as usual for Fox going into Fall 2019 with some new animated shows to flesh out the return of Animation Domination on Sundays along with a mix of new comedies and dramas.
MI Fallout is out this week along with horror hit The Nun and comedic flop The Happytime Murders, TV like Castlevania and Westworld and more.
Fox put a bunch of beloved shows on the butcher’s block and had tons of drama surrounding Lethal Weapon but now that the dust has settled check out what’s renewed, what’s cancelled and what new shows are coming in the fall.
Westworld Season 1 is finally available for those who don’t have HBO along with movies like Cars 3, Your Name, a bunch of indies, the latest seasons of American Dad and Family Guy and more.
This week on the podcast, Zach and Joe dive into the first bits of NYCC news, navigating Hulu’s new app, the failures of the Dark Universe, new Fall Marvel shows, Ozark, Big Mouth and more.
Fox’s big bet for fall is The Gifted, an X-Men show from Bryan Singer and Matt Nix, but they have a bunch of high concept comedies on the way as well, including a new live action Star Trek homage from Seth MacFarlane and Craig Robinson and Adam Scott teaming up to fight the paranormal.
All 4 Mad Max movies are in a new collection this week, including the special Black & White version of Fury Road along with Jason Bourne, Secret Life of Pets and more.
The biggest hit for supergroup The Power Station, “Some Like It Hot” was featured in European Vacation, when Rusty fantasizes about visiting a European nightclub during the trip.
On the eve of their big Upfront presentations next week, the major networks needed to clean house and get rid of a bunch of shows in order to make room for their new fall shows.
Tons of anniversary editions are out this week for movies like Gremlins and Forest Gump along with arguably the best and funnest movie of the year, Guardians of the Galaxy.