FOX have just announced their selections of new shows that will invade their next TV schedule. As many as 4 comedies and 3 dramas have been ordered for pilots as starters and the network could add up the number up to 10 in total.
In the comedies, there is "The Station" which is executive produced by Ben Stiller and tells about a covert CIA operative which is based in South America and its mission is to install a new dictator. "Warlorsky" which is in similar tone to this week's box office champ "Paul Blart: Mall Cop", is a story of an ex-cop who is now patrolling in a mall in Bufallo, N.Y. and is signed to work with a rookie.
The other two comedies will be "Two Dollar Beer" and "Sons of Tucson". The former is a multicamera pilot about a couple living in Detroit and their extended family and friends who try to cope up with the ever changing world. The latter, meanwhile, centers on a band of rich brothers who hire a hustler to be their father while the real one serves his time in crime.
The dramas include a medical, a comic book adaptation and a supernatural themes. "Maggie Hill" is a pilot about a female surgeon who can perform her task well despite her schizophrenia. "Human Target" is adapted from DC Comics, centering on a character named Christopher Chance who is a bodyguard aiming to help anyone in need by changing his identities. The last drama has not yet received a title, but it revolves around investigators who solve the mysteries of their clients in previous lives so that they can solve the present problems.