WATCH: Sneak Previews of Fox's New Fall Series (VIDEOS)

TV Insider Staff
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At Monday's upfront presentation, Fox unveiled its plans for the fall season; here, early looks at seven of the network's upcoming series:

Grandfathered

The consummate bachelor (John Stamos, Full House) finds his life as a sexy, single restaurant owner upended when he learns that—surprise!—he's not only a father but a grandfather.

The Grinder

When his TV show is canceled, a famous on-screen attorney (Rob Lowe, Parks and Recreation) decides lacking a law degree, license, and real-world experience shouldn't stop him from joining his lawyer brother (Fred Savage, The Wonder Years) at the family firm.

Minority Report

The 2002 Tom Cruise/Steven Spielberg thriller is now a series that follows a man (Stark Sands, Inside Llewyn Davis) and a cop (Meagan Good, Californication) as they try to stop crimes before they happen.

Rosewood

A pathologist (Morris Chestnut, Nurse Jackie) with genius skills and top-notch technology works with a tough Miami detective (Jaina Lee Ortiz, "The After") to solve murders.

Lucifer

Starring Merlin's Tom Ellis, Fox describes this 2016 series as the story of "the charming, charismatic and handsome-as-hell original fallen angel, who, bored and unhappy in Hell, takes refuge in Los Angeles, where he uses his gift of persuasion to punish bad guys."

The Frankenstein Code

Scientists bring a murdered 75-year-old ex-sheriff back to life as a 35-year-old (Rob Kazinsky, True Blood) with advanced abilities.

Bordertown

Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane and Mark Hentemann riff on politics and cultural conflict in the American Southwest in this animated comedy about two families living on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Scream Queens, The X-Files, The Guide to Surviving Life
Trailers for the Ryan Murphy horror-comedy, sci-fi reboot, and 20-somethings-making-mistakes comedy are arriving soon, the network promises.

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