'American Idol' Releases Season 9 Key Arts


'American Idol' Releases Season 9 Key Arts


The five posters emphasize that the possibility of being the next Kris Allen starts from auditioning for the show.

The key arts to "American Idol" season 9 are released and splashed with the slogan "They All Start Somewhere". Marking the date January 12 as the premiere on FOX, the five posters display models singing at sidewalks, train stations, in a band, in a car and also lining up for the singing show's audition.

On another news, FOX has just announced that it is making a swap at "Idol" Wednesday schedule. Instead of occupying the 8/7c hour as previously scheduled, the result show will now be placed at 9/8c hour which means "Human Target" is bumped to 8/7c.

However, the switch is effective immediately on January 27. "Target" will still premiere on Sunday, January 17 at 8/7c and being led by "Idol" on January 20. In the new hour, "Idol" will give a dent to other Wednesday 9/8c shows such as CBS' "Criminal Minds", ABC's "Modern Family" and NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit".



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