Fox has has released its 2015-16 schedule, which gives the “X-Files” a prime premiere spot, right after the NFC Championship Game. Read on to see how the rest of the lineup shakes out.
The continuation of the Stephen Spielberg/Tom Cruise vehicle gets a season order to anchor the network’s new fall slate.
The serial-killer drama starring Kevin Bacon will come to an end after three seasons.
The actor, who plays Prince Doran Martell’s bodyguard Areo Hotah on the HBO series, joins a cast that includes Bill Pullman, Vivica A. Fox, Jeff Goldblum, Liam Hemsworth and Sela Ward.
Despite loads of violence and a smattering of “shocking” moments, the end of Gotham falls flat with endlessly predictable outcomes.
“The Simpsons” will continue its unprecedented run on Fox, stretching at least to 2017 and hitting 625 episodes.
The actor, who plays fan-favorite character Frank Irving, won’t return for the third season of Fox’s supernatural drama.
Little Madison has a conversation with the static-filled TV screen in the first clip from the remake of the horror classic.
M. Night Shyamalan and Matt Dillon shared the pilot episode and answered questions about what mysteries the Fox series holds.
The two, who are responsible for fan favorites like “Home” and “Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man,” will write and direct one episode each.
With its penultimate episode, Gotham disrespects its women characters and its audience’s intelligence in equal measure.
The latest post for the Fox horror remake will have you hearing cries of “Carol Anne! Carol Anne!”