FOX Announces Fall 2009 Premiere Dates Including ‘Dollhouse,’ ‘Fringe,’ ‘House’

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CHICAGOFOX announced their fall premiere dates this morning and the network should start off with a skip in its step with “So You Think You Can Dance” and “Glee” kicking off the season on Wednesday, September 9th. The network is debuting only two other new primetime shows - the comedy “Brothers” starts on Friday, September 25th and “The Cleveland Show” starts on Sunday, September 27th.

The Cleveland Show.
The Cleveland Show.
Photo credit: Fox

Three days later, the old standbys of the network, “COPS” and “America’s Most Wanted” return to anchor Saturday nights yet again on September 12th.

Arguably the best night of television on the network returns on Thursday, September 17th with the fifth season premiere of “Bones” followed by the second season premiere of “Fringe”.

The network’s most beloved Fall show, “House,” returns on Monday, September 21st with a two-hour premiere. Read our comprehensive review of the season-six 2009 “House” premiere here. The next week, September 28th, “House” will be its standard one-hour length and “Lie To Me” will premiere its second season.

The controversial “Dollhouse,” surprisingly renewed in favor of “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” will return on Friday, September 25th, following the one-hour premiere of “Brothers”. “Brothers” will shrink to its standard half-hour form the next week and “‘Til Death” will join the nightly lineup with its premiere on October 2nd.

The Sunday night lineup starts on September 27th with the series premiere of “The Cleveland Show” and season premieres of “The Simpsons,” “Family Guy,” and “American Dad”.

Finally, the late night effort of “The Wanda Sykes Show” will debut on Saturday, November 7th at 10pm CST.

Fox Fall 2009 Schedule
Wednesday, September 9th - “So You Think You Can Dance” & “Glee”
Saturday, September 12th - “COPS& “America’s Most Wanted”
Thursday, September 17th - “Bones” & “Fringe”
Monday, September 21st - “House”
Friday, September 25th - “Brothers” & “Dollhouse”
Sunday, September 27th - “The Simpsons,” “The Cleveland Show,” “Family Guy,” & “American Dad”
Monday, September 28th - “Lie To Me”
Friday, October 2nd - “‘Til Death”
Saturday, November 7th - “The Wanda Sykes Show”

StarRead our full review of the season-two “Lie To Me” premiere!
StarRead our full review of the season-two “Dollhouse” premiere!
StarRead our full review of the season-six 2009 “House” premiere!
StarRead our full review of the season-two 2009 “Fringe” premiere!
StarRead our full review of the “Glee” premiere!
StarRead our full review of the season-five 2009 “Bones” premiere!

HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

By BRIAN TALLERICO
Content Director
HollywoodChicago.com
brian@hollywoodchicago.com

Anonymous's picture

ok so i just read the

ok so i just read the 2009-2010 fall lineup of CBS and they had their schedule on there but no premiere dates. When do they usually announce premiere dates? Do they announce the premiere dates in a press release seperatly in a couple months? I just thought when they came out with the lineups that they would have the premiere dates with them! I just want to make sure that i dont miss any of my favorite shows!

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Wednesday, September 9th -

Wednesday, September 9th - “So You Think You Can Dance” & “Glee”
Saturday, September 12th - “COPS& “America’s Most Wanted”
Thursday, September 17th - “Bones” & “Fringe”
Monday, September 21st - “House”
Friday, September 25th - “Brothers” & “Dollhouse”
Sunday, September 27th - “The Simpsons,” “The Cleveland Show,” “Family Guy,” & “American Dad”
Monday, September 28th - “Lie To Me”
Friday, October 2nd - “‘Til Death”
Saturday, November 7th - “The Wanda Sykes Show”

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?

what time will bones premiere at? cuz after the end of the season last year id think it will be a 2 hour special

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