First Images: Fox’s New Shows For 2015–2016 Season

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TVWise continues our Upfronts coverage with a first look image gallery of the new shows that Fox has ordered for the 2015–2016 season.

Fox had mixed fortunes during the 2014-2015 season. They saw huge success with the very unlikely ratings performance of mega-hit Empire, but on the other hand Gotham’s ratings quickly cooled off to become only a moderate performer, while Sleepy Hollow only narrowly survived amidst a ratings collapse.

So just what will the 2015-2016 season hold? This past development cycle was the first under new network toppers Gary Newman, Dana Walden and their President of Entertainment David Madden (formerly of FTVS), and they went fairly big this year, with some of pilot seasons most hyped dramas, whilst also making a renewed push into comedy.

All told, Fox has picked up some ten new series for the 2015-2016 season. Amongst those are five dramas (The X-Files, The Frankenstein Code, Minority Report, Rosewood and Lucifer), four comedies (Scream Queens, Grandfathered, The Guide To Surviving Life and The Grinder) and one animated series (Bordertown).

Fox has now released the first images from a number of their ten new series, which you can check out in the gallery below. Also include in the gallery is first look images from Summer series Wayward Pines and teaser images for six episode event series The X-Files.


  • dts3204

    No Firefly looks like crap even the X-files. The Fall is more interesting than the X files.

    • w0nk042

      What, exactly, does any of that, have to do with this article?