Monday, May 14, 2012

FOX Fall Schedule

Welcome back!
FOX has announced its Fall Schedule and except for one big change - Glee is moving to Thursdays, airing an hour later - the lineup hasn't altered much:

8 p.m. - Bones
9 p.m. - The Mob Doctor (NEW)

8 p.m. - Raising Hope
8:30 p.m. - Ben and Kate (NEW)
9 p.m. - New Girl
9:30 p.m. - The Mindy Project (NEW)

8 p.m. - The X Factor (Fall) / American Idol (Spring)

8 p.m. - The X-Factor Results Show (Fall) / American Idol Results Show (Spring)
9 p.m. - Glee

8 p.m. - Touch
9 p.m. - Fringe

8 p.m. - Animation Domination Replay
8:30 p.m. - The Cleveland Show
9 p.m. - The Simpsons
9:30 p.m . - Bob's Burgers
10 p.m. - Family Guy
10:30 - American Dad

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  1. On Sunday's the only programs that I watch is FOX's Animation Domination. Since I love to watch FOX's Animation Domination, I thought it would be a good idea to get a Hopper, so that ill never miss an episode no matter what. Yesterday I went to go watch "Family Guy" and my Hopper gave me the choice to skip my commercials! So of course I skipped them, but I wondered why it gave this option because it had not before. I called a co-worker of mine at Dish to see why my Hopper did this. He said that Dish just released a new feature on the Hopper called Auto Hop that gives customers the option to skip those commercials when they watch them the next day. I thought this was the best idea ever and I told all of my friends.

    1. Why don’t CBS, FOX, and NBC execs want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? It’s what we want! I’m a customer and employee of Dish, and I think AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. They’re taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV