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2009 Fox Fall TV Premiere Dates

by Andrew Scott, posted Jun 15th 2009 3:00PM
HouseFox is planning to enter the upcoming fall TV season a bit later this year.

Today, the network announced premiere dates for its biggest new and returning series, including 'House,' 'Fringe' and a brand new season of 'So You Think You Can Dance,' set to air beginning Sat., Sept. 12. This is the first time in years where Fox will debut shows closer to TV's official premiere week (beginning Sept. 21), according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Check out the full list of premiere dates after the jump.HouseFox is planning to enter the upcoming fall TV season a bit later this year.

Today, the network announced premiere dates for its biggest new and returning series, including 'House,' 'Fringe' and a brand new season of 'So You Think You Can Dance,' set to air beginning Sat., Sept. 12. This is the first time in years where Fox will debut shows closer to TV's official premiere week (beginning Sept. 21), according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Check out the full list of premiere dates below.

Sat., Sept. 12
8-8:30PM: 'Cops' (season premiere)
8:30-9PM: 'Cops' (all-new episodes)
9-10PM: 'America's Most Wanted'

Wed., Sept. 16
8-9PM: 'So You Think You Can Dance'
9-10PM: 'Glee'

Thu., Sept. 17
8-9PM: 'Bones'
9-10PM: 'Fringe'

Fri., Sept. 18
8-8:30PM: 'Brothers'
8:30-9PM: ''Til Death'
9-10PM: 'Dollhouse'

Mon., Sept. 21
8-10PM: 'House' (two-hour season premiere)

Sun., Sept. 27
8-8:30PM: 'The Simpsons'
8:30-9PM: 'The Cleveland Show'
9-9:30PM: 'Family Guy'
9:30-10PM: 'American Dad'

Mon., Sept. 28
8-9PM: 'House' (all-new episode)
9-10PM: 'Lie to Me'

Tue., Sept. 29
8-9PM: 'Hell's Kitchen' (all-new episode)
9-10PM: 'So You Think You Can Dance' (time period premiere)

Tue., Oct. 27
8-10PM: 'So You Think You Can Dance' (time period premiere)

Sat., Nov. 7
11PM-Midnight: 'The Wanda Sykes Show'

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