TV News: FOX Announces 2010 Premiere Dates For ‘House,’ ‘Glee,’ ‘Fringe,’ More

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CHICAGOFOX has announced the premiere dates for their hit Fall 2010 lineup including the start of the new drama “Lone Star,” new comedies “Raising Hope” and “Running Wilde,” along with returning hits like “House,” “Glee,” “Fringe,” “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Bones,” “Fringe,” “Human Target,” “The Good Guys,” “The Simpsons,” “The Cleveland Show,” “Family Guy,” and “American Dad!”.

Saturdays are the same as they’ve seemingly always been with an hour of “Cops” and an hour of “America’s Most Wanted” actually starting things off on September 11th, 2010.

The return of scripted programming starts on Monday, September 20th with the seventh-season premiere of the award-winning “House” followed by the debut of the unusual new drama “Lone Star” with Jon Voight.

Set against the sprawling backdrop of big Texas oil, Robert/Bob Allen (newcomer James Wolk) is a charismatic and brilliant schemer who has entangled himself in a deep, complex web from which he can’t break free in LONESTAR premiering this fall on FOX. Pictured L-R: Bryce Johnson, Mark Deklin, Jon Voight, Adrianne Palicki, James Wolk, Eloise Mumford and David Kieth.
Set against the sprawling backdrop of big Texas oil, Robert/Bob Allen (newcomer James Wolk) is a charismatic and brilliant schemer who has entangled himself in a deep, complex web from which he can’t break free in LONESTAR premiering this fall on FOX. Pictured L-R: Bryce Johnson, Mark Deklin, Jon Voight, Adrianne Palicki, James Wolk, Eloise Mumford and David Kieth.
Photo credit: Joe Viles/FOX

The entire week features premieres and new shows and the fun continues with the return of “Glee” on September 21st, leading into the two new comedies on the schedule — “Raising Hope” with Martha Plimpton and Garret Dillahunt and “Running Wilde” with Will Arnett and Keri Russell.

Wednesdays on FOX start on September 22nd with “Hell’s Kitchen” with Gordon Ramsay earning a two-hour eighth-season premiere. Woohoo.

Thursdays should be fun with “Bones” leading into “Fringe” and both programs returning on September 23rd.

Fridays on FOX are all about action with the return of “Human Target” at 7pm CST and the time period premiere of “The Good Guys” to follow. Neither show has developed into the hit the network first hoped but perhaps they will find a loyal audience among the lowered expectations of Friday night programming.

The night billed as “Animation Domination” starts on Sunday, September 26th with the return of “The Simpsons,” “The Cleveland Show,” and a one-hour episode of “Family Guy.” “American Dad!” returns the next week, October 3rd, with its 100th episode.

Finally, “Lie to Me” comes back on Wednesday, November 10th.

Recap (all times CST):

Jimmy Chance (Lucas Neff, second from R) is a well-meaning screw-up trying his best to raise his infant daughter with the help of the eccentric family who did a less-than-stellar job raising him in RAISING HOPE premiering this fall on FOX. Also Pictured L-R: Martha Plimpton, Cloris Leachman, Garret Dillahunt, Skyler Stone and Shannon Woodward.
Jimmy Chance (Lucas Neff, second from R) is a well-meaning screw-up trying his best to raise his infant daughter with the help of the eccentric family who did a less-than-stellar job raising him in RAISING HOPE premiering this fall on FOX. Also Pictured L-R: Martha Plimpton, Cloris Leachman, Garret Dillahunt, Skyler Stone and Shannon Woodward.
Photo credit: Joe Viles/FOX

Saturday, Sept. 11
7pm Cops (Season Premiere, 800th Episode)
7:30pm Cops (Encore Episode)
8pm America’s Most Wanted (Season Premiere)

Monday, Sept. 20
7pm House (Season Premiere)
8pm Lone Star (Series Premiere)

Tuesday, Sept. 21
7pm Glee (Season Premiere)
8pm Raising Hope (Series Premiere)
8:30pm Running Wilde (Series Premiere)

Wednesday, Sept. 22
7pm Hell’s Kitchen (2-Hour Season Premiere)

Thursday, Sept. 23
7pm Bones (Season Premiere)
8pm Fringe (Season Premiere)

Friday, Sept. 24
7pm Human Target (Season Premiere)
8pm The Good Guys (Fall Premiere)

Saturday, Sept. 25
7pm Cops (All-New Episode)
7:30pm Cops (Encore Episode)
8pm America’s Most Wanted (All-New Episode)
10pm Lone Star (Encore Episode)
11pm Running Wilde (Encore Episode)

Sunday, Sept. 26
7pm The Simpsons (Season Premiere)
7:30pm The Cleveland Show (Season Premiere)
8pm Family Guy (1-Hour Season Premiere)

Sunday, Oct. 3
7pm The Simpsons (All-New Episode)
7:30pm The Cleveland Show (All-New Episode)
8pm Family Guy (All-New Episode)
8:30pm American Dad! (Season Premiere, 100th Episode)

Wednesday, Nov. 10
7pm Lie To Me (Season Premiere)
8pm Hell’s Kitchen (Time Period Premiere)

HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

By BRIAN TALLERICO
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