Fox renewed two shows that were on the bubble yesterday, “Lie to Me” and “Human Target” and also picked up five new pilots.
The network has greenlighted Shawn Ryan’s latest police drama “RideAlong” and Texas-set drama “Midland” (now likely called “Lone Star”) as well as single-camera comedies “Traffic Light,” “Keep Hope Alive” and “Wilde Kingdom.”
“RideAlong” follows a rogue cop and the city’s first female police chief as they try to clean up the streets fo Chicago.
“Midland” is a dramatic soap about a con man in the oil industry.
“Keep Hope Alive” is a single parent half hour comedy and “Traffic Light” is a male-buddy sitcom. Both had been front-runners for pickups and are expected to represent at least a one-hour comedy block on the network’s fall schedule.
“Wilde Kingdom” (now called “Running Wilde”) stars Will Arnett as a Beverly Hills jerk who falls in love with a charitable woman who can’t stand his lifestyle.
“Lie To Me” and “Human Target” are expected to get 13 episodes each.
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