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Glee Season 4, Demi Lovato and Britney Spears Combo – The When
Fox has at long last announced its fall schedule, putting in stone the timeslots for Glee, the revamped X-Factor – now featuring Britney Spears and Demi Lovato as judges – and many other new and old shows. The 2012-13 television season looks to be about as exciting as the seasons proceeding it, with hopes being placed on a number of new shows to perform well, despite everyone knowing that 83 percent of them will be canceled by next May. It can be a painful process, especially if a canceled show happens to be well made but low rated, but I have to imagine it’s worth it. So without further ado, let’s take a look at what Fox has for us starting this September.
Things will be kicking off with X-Factor, which has a two-night launch beginning Wednesday, Sept. 12 and concluding Thursday, Sept. 13. Glee is premiering its fourth season in its new timeslot on Thursday following X-Factor. Monday, Sept. 17 will have the eighth season premiere of Bones and the series premiere of The Mob Doctor. Tuesday, Sept 25 is a bit confusing. New Girl has a new episode at 8pm, and another episode at 9pm called the “super-official season premiere.” I’m not at all sure what that means.
Also premiering Sept. 25 are the new shows Ben and Kate and The Mindy Project. Friday Sept. 28 will be seeing the premiere of Kitchen Nightmares and the final season of Fringe. Sunday, Sept. 30 will bring back the animated block consisting of The Simpsons, Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and American Dad. The Cleveland Show will join them on Oct. 7. Raising Hope returns Tuesday, Oct. 2. And finishing off the schedule is Kiefer Sutherland’s Touch, premiering Oct. 26. Not a bad bunch of shows if you ask me. Not much stands out, with the exception of Fringe. I may tune in for The Mindy Project, but nothing else really catches my eye.