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List of programs broadcast by Fox

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Rupert Murdoch co-founded the Fox Broadcasting Company, along with media executive Barry Diller.

The Fox Broadcasting Company, commonly referred to as the Fox network or simply Fox, is an American commercial broadcasting television network owned by the Fox Corporation.[1] Though it was officially launched on October 9, 1986,[2] Fox began its official primetime setup on April 5, 1987, with the series Married... with Children and The Tracey Ullman Show airing that night.[3][4]

As of October 2012, Fox maintains 19.5-hours of programming per week. The animated comedy series The Simpsons is one of Fox's most popular shows,[3] becoming the network's first series to rank among the top 30-highest-rated shows of a television season after its original debut,[5] and is the longest running sitcom, as well as animated series, of all time, contributing to the channel's success.[2] According to Lanford Beard of Entertainment Weekly, "The Simpsons turned Fox from the little network that could into the little network that could not be ignored."[2] The science fiction television series The X-Files also contributed to the network's success, which led to two spin-offs Millennium and The Lone Gunmen.[6][7] Fox began airing in high-definition on September 12, 2004, with a series of National Football League (NFL) American football games. Fox had a programming block for children titled Fox Kids, which ran from September 8, 1990 to September 7, 2002.[8]

Unlike the "three larger networks", which aired primetime programming from 8 to 11 p.m. (EST) Mondays to Saturdays and 7 to 11 p.m. (EST) Sundays, Fox has traditionally avoided programming in the 10 p.m. (EST) time interval, leaving that hour to affiliates to program locally.[9] On April 21, 2012, Fox celebrated its 25th-anniversary, with a two-hour television special featuring people related to Fox and its shows. It presented Fox's programs 24, American Idol, Cops, Family Guy, Married... with Children, The Simpsons, and The X-Files, among other programs.[2] The network's adult cartoons are listed under the Animation Domination banner, which is a Sunday night programming block.[10][11] Fox is a full member of the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA) and the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB).[12][13]

Current programming

Matt Groening – creator of The Simpsons, Fox's longest running program
Seth MacFarlane – creator/star of Family Guy
Tim Allen – star of the comedy series Last Man Standing
Matt Czuchry – star of the drama series The Resident
Kim Cattrall - star of the drama series Filthy Rich.
John Slattery - star of the drama series Next.
Joe Buck – lead announcer for Fox's coverage of MLB and the NFL

Note: The animated shows are a medium not a genre, all of the current animated shows are comedies.


See also: Animation Domination



Reality / non-scripted

Awards shows / beauty pageants

News and information

Saturday mornings

  • Awesome Planet (2014)
  • Earth 2050 (2014)
  • Outer Space (2014)
  • DIY Sci (2016)
  • Nature Knows Best (2016)
  • Weird But True (2016)
  • Countdown to Apollo (2016)


Upcoming programming

Mayim Bialik – star of the upcoming comedy series Call Me Kat
Nick Offerman – star of the upcoming animated comedy series The Great North


Reality / non-scripted

Talk Shows





Scripted order




Former programming


Children's Programming


Game shows

Late night

Reality shows and talent competitions



Variety and sketch comedy



  1. ^ Previously on ABC from 2011–17
  2. ^ Second-run, originally aired on Spectrum
  3. ^ Second-run, originally aired on National Geographic



  • McNeil, Alex (1996). Total Television (4th ed). New York: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-024916-8.
  • Brooks, Tim; Marsh, Earle (2007). The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows (9th ed.). New York: Ballantine. ISBN 0-345-31864-1.


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