Plus: Bones is on the move again.
Plus: J.K. Rowling is headed to HBO, Best Week Ever is dead again, the final two SNL hosts of the season, and Netflix orders its first Spanish-language series.
Here's what the network prez had to say during his executive session at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.
Plus: A possible tenth season for Bones, Demi Lovato's out at The X Factor, and Fred Armisen is headed back to Brooklyn.
Plus: An Everwood reunion, Martin Starr is visiting The Goldbergs, and Rob Thomas has a new project in the works.
Plus: Another '80s movie gets adapted for TV, Harry Connick Jr. as a sitcom star?, and Bones might lose one of its two leads.
Plus: A former Bunhead has joined Showtime's The Affair, Sons of Anarchy sets a series high, and TLC wins the award for most ridiculous new show title of the day.
Plus: New details on the Supernatural spin-off, Anna Torv finds a new job, and Sharknado continues to grow.
Plus: Orange Is the New Black outperforms Arrested Development, Parks and Rec casting, and a premiere date for Sons of Anarchy Season 6.
The network is staggering its biggest launches by starting early and finishing late to steer clear of the Premiere Week fray.
Is Fox's fall plan with constant debuts the future of network scheduling?
The last few minutes of "The Secret in the Siege" made my eyes roll right out of my head.
[UPDATE] Want to know when Bones, The Following, and American Idol will end? Of course you do.
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