AceShowbiz - After announcing the last season of "American Idol", FOX is unveiling its 2015 fall line-up. Banking on its hit show "Empire", the network splits the drama's 18-episode sophomore season into fall and spring season.
The recently greenlit "Minority Report" series is going to debut this coming fall, being paired with "Gotham" on Mondays. John Stamos' "Grandfathered", Rob Lowe's "The Grinder" and "Scream Queens" from Ryan Murphy make the Tuesday line-up, while "Rosewood" joins "Empire" on Wednesdays.
Other new shows, including "The X-Files" reboot, dramas "The Frankenstein Code" and "Lucifer", animation "Bordertown" as well as comedy "The Guide to Surviving Life" are saved for midseason. Veteran sitcom "New Girl" is also pushed to midseason, while the 15th and last season of "American Idol" is scheduled for a January 2016 premiere.
In addition to the line-up, FOX has released trailers for its new shows.