The Fox network has revealed their 2010-2011 television lineup that includes the return of “American Idol” and “Glee” earning the coveted post-Super Bowl time slot for its February premiere. The musical series will kick-off Tuesday night filled with comedies including new shows “Raising Hope” and “Running Wild,” both of which sound like 1980s sitcoms but the latter stars Will Arnett and was created by Mitch Hurwitz (“Arrested Development“) so we’re already there. Take a look at the rest of the schedule below…


  • 8:00 — “House
  • 9:00 — “Lonestar”


  • 8:00 — “Glee”
  • 9:00 — “Raising Hope
  • 9:30 — “Running Wilde”


  • 8:00 — “Lie to Me
  • 9:00 — “Hell’s Kitchen”


  • 8:00 — “Bones”
  • 9:00 — “Fringe



  • 8:00 — “Cops”
  • 9:00 — “America’s Most Wanted”


  • 8:00 — “The Simpsons”
  • 8:30 — “The Cleveland Show”
  • 9:00 — “Family Guy
  • 9:30 — “American Dad”


  • “American Idol”
  • Bob’s Burgers”
  • Mixed Signals”
  • Ride-Along”
  • Traffic Light

Side Notes: The much hyped Steven Spielberg drama “Terra Nova” is missing in action on the list but is expected to make its debut during the midseason even though it hasn’t been confirmed. The action-adventure follows an ordinary family on an extraordinary journey back in time to prehistoric Earth as a part of a massive expedition to save the human race. Fox execs stated during a recent upfront Q&A, “If it’s not ready for midseason, you’ll definitely see this one by Fall 2011, or whenever it’s done; Fox wants to commit to doing this right.”

What do you think of Fox’s upcoming Fall lineup? What shows are you the most excited to see?

Source: Collider