Mr. Groening tries to get out from under the shadow of “The Simpsons” in a new animated series on Netflix that takes place in a realm of wizards and dragons.
A day after Fox announced it was canceling the show, the peacock network swooped in and picked it up for 13 episodes.
On Sunday Fox aired “O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession,” a special built around a “hypothetical” explanation of the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.
Season 11 of the revived fan-favorite series follows a template whose pleasures are starting to feel a little routine.
Also the week of Dec. 17: Fox’s live version of ‘A Christmas Story’; and Shaina Taub’s last night at Joe’s Pub in Manhattan.
A game cast, lively score and sturdy source material made Fox’s holiday special pleasant enough, but the presentation was lackluster.
The announcement of the new series comes as ABC prepares to revive the canceled Fox hit “American Idol.”
Sometimes the president’s tweets program his go-to cable morning show. And sometimes the show programs him.
In recent weeks, Kiefer Sutherland’s show seems to have become less the twin of the series “24: Legacy” and more some sort of metaphor for the Trump era.