Fox Announces Fall Premiere Dates
Abbey Simmons
Abbey Simmons
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Summer may just be starting, but FOX is already preparing for Fall. Today the network announced it's full Fall schedule and premiere dates for both new and returning shows. No questions asked, we're most excited about Wednesday September 16th, when Fox goes for a classic pairing of song and dance. So You Think You Can Dance's fall debut will be followed by the official premiere of the heavily buzzed and already beloved Glee. We gotta hand it to FOX,  it's a classic and winning combination.

Hot of the heels of the news that House is the most watched show in the world, Fox has decided to give the medical drama a two hour premiere on Monday September 21st. Dollhouse is still stuck with it's unenviable location on Friday nights at 9pm, but we have no doubts in the devotion of Whedon fans to keep the show going strong. Joining Dollhouse in the unlucky Friday slot are the why isn't it dead already 'Till Death and what we're calling the first DOA series of the fall, Brothers. Fox knows better than to screw with a winning combination, so they're keeping their Sunday schedule all-animation, all-the time with The Simpsons, Family Guy, Cleveland Show, and American Dad.

Here's the full FOX fall schedule:

Saturday, Sept. 12

8 pm/ET COPS
9 pm America's Most Wanted

Wednesday, Sept. 16

8 pm So You Think You Can Dance
9 pm Glee (series premiere)

Thursday, Sept. 17

8 pm Bones
9 pm Fringe

Friday, Sept. 18

8 pm Brothers (series premiere)
8:30 pm 'Til Death
9 pm Dollhouse

Monday, Sept. 21

8 pm House (two-hour premiere)

Sunday, Sept. 27

8 pm The Simpsons
8:30 pm The Cleveland Show (series premiere)
9 pm Family Guy
9: 30 pm American Dad

Monday, Sept. 28

9 pm Lie to Me

Tuesday, Sept. 29

8 pm Hell's Kitchen
9 pm So You Think You Can Dance (two-hour performance shows start Oct. 27...most likely to avoid being preempted by the World Series)

Saturday, Nov. 7

11 pm The Wanda Sykes Show

--Abbey Simmons, BuddyTV Staff Writer

(Image Courtesy of FOX)

--Abbey Simmons, BuddyTV Staff Writer
(Image Courtesy of FOX)