FOX has released trailers and first look videos for two new comedies that will debut in the fall of 2015. These shows are Grandfathered and The Grinder, which will air back to back on Tuesday nights starting at 8pm, preceding Scream Queens.
Take a look at all of the trailers and videos below, which will give you a first look at what these two comedies are like and to see if you might want to watch them when they premiere.
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Grandfathered (Tuesdays at 8pm)
The first new FOX comedy for the 2015-2016 season is Grandfathered, which stars John Stamos as “ultimate bachelor” Jimmy Martino who discovers that he’s not just a father, but he’s also a grandfather. Quite the shocking news. This turns Jimmy’s bachelor life upside-down — how will he deal with this change? The series also stars Josh Peck as Jimmy’s adult son Gerald and Paget Brewster as Jimmy’s former girlfriend Sarah, along with Kelly Jenrette, Ravi Patel and Christina Milian as Vanessa. Stamos also serves as an executive producer.
There are some humorous scenes throughout the previews, along with some heartwarming and touching moments.
Check out the trailer below:
There’s also an “inside look” video that has additional footage along with interviews with the cast and crew:
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The Grinder (Tuesdays at 8:30pm)
The Grinder, like with Grandfathered, also features a big-name star. Rob Lowe plays a famous TV lawyer named Dean Sanderson whose TV show The Grinder is cancelled. As a result, he ends up moving back home and working with his brother Stewart (Fred Savage) at their family’s law firm. The catch? Dean doesn’t have any former education, he doesn’t have a bar certification, he doesn’t have a license to practice and he doesn’t even have any experience working in a real courtroom. The series also stars Mary Elizabeth Ellis, William Devane, Hana Hayes and Connor Kalopsis. Rob Lowe is also an executive producer.
Based on the trailer, Lowe seems to be doing a great job playing this character — being a little self-absorbed and not realizing when he affects others, among other traits. It looks like he’s having fun in this role, and a lot of the scenes in the trailer are quite funny.
Take a look at the trailer for The Grinder below:
Find out more about the show in this “inside look” video:
Grandfathered and The Grinder will premiere in fall 2015 on FOX.
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