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Fox orders new shows from Gordon Ramsay, John Eisendrath for fall slate

Next Level Chef has been renewed for a second season

US network Fox has revealed its programming slate for the 2022/23 TV season, including a newly announced competition series from Studio Ramsay Global and Fox Entertainment and a missing-persons drama from executive producers Jamie Foxx and John Eisendrath.

In total, Fox added three dramas, two animated comedies and one unscripted series to its existing line-up, which it unveiled to advertisers on Monday at its Upfront presentation in New York.

However, while the network revealed all of its new shows, it did not announce its full fall schedule and premiere dates as has been customary at the Upfronts in past years.

Gordon Ramsay’s Food with the Stars sees the British chef on the hunt for the next big food and drink entrepreneur.

The network had also previously renewed Next Level Chef, produced by Studio Ramsay Global and Fox Alternative Entertainment (FAE), for a second season. The new run of Next Level Chef will launch in the coveted post-Super Bowl time slot next February, Fox announced.

Police procedural Alert, coproduced by Sony Pictures Television and Fox Entertainment, follows a police officer who joins the LAPD’s Missing Person’s Unit following the disappearance of her son. Eisendrath (The Blacklist), who is under an overall deal at Sony, serves as showrunner and executive producer, while Foxx and Datari Turner are executive producers.

Other new dramas joining Fox’s 2022/23 slate include the previously announced country music show Monarch, starring Susan Sarandon. The multi-generational show, which was originally slated to premiere in January but was rescheduled due to the pandemic, tells the story of America’s first family of country music, the Romans.

Also on Fox’s drama slate is Accused, a crime anthology series based on the BBC series of the same name. The project, also coproduced by Sony Pictures Television and Fox Entertainment, is exec produced by Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa and David Shore.

Fox confirmed two previously announced animated comedies: Grimsburg, created by Catlan McClelland and Matthew Schlisse and starring Jon Hamm, and Krapopolis, created by Rick and Morty and Community creator Dan Harmon. Both shows are produced by Fox-owned Bento Box Entertainment.

Fox also greenlit three animated movies for its AVoD platform Tubi, namely survival horror-comedy Pastapocalypse, action-comedy Millennial Hunter and satirical comedy Big Bruh. All three are produced via Bento Box. Fox added that FAE will continue to produce documentaries for Tubi and plans to release 12 projects over the coming year.

Also on Fox’s 2022/23 broadcast slate are 9-1-1: Lone Star, The Cleaning Lady, Fantasy Island, Bob’s Burgers, Call Me Kat, Family Guy, The Great North, Housebroken, The Simpsons, Welcome to Flatch, Beat Shazam, Crime Scene Kitchen, Don’t Forget the Lyrics!, Hell’s Kitchen, Lego Masters, The Masked Singer, MasterChef and So You Think You Can Dance.

Fox confirmed last week that it had cancelled comedy series Pivoting and drama Our Kind of People.


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