Fox and Twitter are pairing on streaming initiatives for a handful of the network’s shows, including a digital pre-show for “Empire” that launches Sept. 20. A marathon of streamed episodes of “The Mick” will also stream, hosted by star Kaitlin Olson, and the new sci-fi comedy “Ghosted” will stream nightly on Twitter from Sept. 21-24 ahead of its Oct. 1 debut.
The watchdog group takes 3,000 complaints to the FCC about the Fox show’s April 25 episode centered on breast implants.
The watchdog group says this Tuesday’s episode of the Fox sitcom, which centered on 17-year-old Sabrina and her desire to get breast implants, included graphic sexual dialogue and double-entendres.
The Kaitlin Olson comedy has been renewed for a second season, it was announced today. Season two will consist of 13 episodes.
The Parents Television Council said today it has contacted T-Mobile to urge the company to reconsider sponsoring Fox’s The Mick, a new sitcom that PTC says “routinely features minors smoking, drinking, swearing and having sex.” T-Mobile has advertised in six out of nine episodes, which aired as early as 7:30 p.m. in half the country. “We […]
Fox is the first broadcast network to jump into the 2016-17 television season. Comedies Making History and The Mick have landed series orders, along with dramas APB, Lethal Weapon, The Exorcist and Pitch. The six new series join the previously ordered 24 spinoff 24: Legacy, Lee Daniels’ drama Star, the Prison Break reboot, the event series Shots Fired and Jason Sudeikis’ hybrid comedy Son of Zorn.