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FOX Announces Fall 2015 Premiere Dates: ‘Empire’, ‘Gotham’, ‘Scream Queens’, More

FOX has announced the premiere dates for Fall 2015, and it’s looking to be one of the network’s strongest lineups in ages.

First and foremost, you have Gotham and Empire returning for their second seasons, on Monday, Sept. 21 and Wednesday, Sept. 23, respectively. From there, you have the series premiere of Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens bowing on Tuesday, Sept. 22. On Sunday, Sept. 27, the entire Sunday night comedy lineup returns, including Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Family Guy and The Last Man on Earth. And then, on Oct. 1, FOX delivers the combination of Bones and Sleepy Hollow on Thursday nights.

Scattered throughout are the premieres of new series such as comedies Grandfathered and The Grinder, and dramas Rosewood and Minority Report, the latter based loosely on the 2002 Tom Cruise/Steven Spielberg movie of the same name. In short, it should be a solid fall season for FOX.

You can check out the full schedule below. New series are in CAPS.

FOX Reveals Fall 2015 Premiere Dates: 'Empire', 'Gotham', 'Scream Queens', More

Credit: Chuck Hodes/FOX

FOX FALL 2015 SCHEDULE

SUNDAY, SEPT. 20
8:00 PM: 67th Annual Primetime Emmys

MONDAY, SEPT. 21
8:00 PM: Gotham
9:00 PM: MINORITY REPORT

TUESDAY, SEPT. 22
8:00 PM: SCREAM QUEENS

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23
8:00 PM: ROSEWOOD
9:00 PM: Empire

SUNDAY, SEPT. 27
7:30 PM: Bob’s Burgers
8:00 PM: The Simpsons
8:30 PM: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
9:00 PM: Family Guy
9:30 PM: The Last Man on Earth

TUESDAY, SEPT. 29
8:00 PM: GRANDFATHERED
8:30 PM: THE GRINDER
9:00 PM: SCREAM QUEENS (Regular time slot premiere)

THURSDAY, OCT. 1
8:00 PM: Bones
9:00 PM: Sleepy Hollow

FRIDAY, NOV. 6
8:00 PM: Masterchef Junior
9:00 PM: World’s Funniest

What do you think of the schedule? Sound off in the comments!

And for more on the fall TV season, check out the premiere dates for NBC’s fall lineup, as well as the complete premiere schedule for The CW!

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