No Bones about it: Booth and Brennan are on the move. New Girl‘s Nick and Jess, meanwhile, scored the most coveted timeslot in all of TV.
Fox on Monday announced its official schedule for the 2013-14 TV season, and herewith are the biggest headlines: After launching its ninth season in its regular Monday/8 pm timelsot, Bones will relocate to Fridays at 8 pm in late fall (after the World Series); a special episode of New Girl (in addition to one of Fox’s freshman comedies) will air after the network’s telecast of Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014; at midseason Glee will hand over its Thursday-at-9/8c timelost to the Greg Kinnear legal drama Rake (Glee will resume its fifth season in late spring and run through June); and M. Night Shyamalan’s event series Wayward Pines (starring Matt Dillon) will launch in 2014.
Elsewhere, a limited series reboot of 24 is set to launch next May, J.J. Abrams’ new post-apocalyptic cop drama Almost Human will assume Bones‘ Monday perch post-baseball, where it will lead into fellow rookie drama Sleepy Hollow (The Following will reclaim the 9/8c slot at midseason).
On tap for midseason, in addition to American Idol and The Following: New series Gang Related, Surviving Jack, Us & Them and Murder Police.
Fox has not yet decided the fate of The Cleveland Show.
All told, the Fox schedule looks like this; new shows are in CAPS, click for details.
8/7c Bones (fall)/ALMOST HUMAN (late fall)
9 pm SLEEPY HOLLOW (fall)/ The Following (midseason)
8 pm DADS
8:30 pm BROOKLYN NINE-NINE
9 pm New Girl
9:30 pm The Mindy Project
I have added pics of Joe attending CinemaCon Awards last week where he received an award.
April 17 2013: CinemaCon 2013 – Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation “2013 Pioneer of the Year Dinner”
April 18 2013: CinemaCon 2013 Awards
April 18 2013: CinemaCon 2013 – CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement AwardsTweet
I have finally added pics of Joe at 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival last month for the premiere of Don Jon.
March 10 2013: 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival – General Atmosphere
March 11 2013: 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival – “Don Jon’s Addiction” Photo Call
March 11 2013: 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival – “Don Jon’s Addiction” Premiere
March 11 2013: 2013 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival – “Don Jon’s Addiction” Q&ATweet
Joe will be a guest on the new season of BBC America’s ‘Nerdist’ which premieres on March 30.
BBC America has announced the lineup for Chris Hardwick’s The Nerdist series.
The cable network will kick off the 10-episode season March 30 with Dominic Monaghan, Doctor Who’s Matt Smith and new companion Jenna-Louise Coleman, as part of its “Supernatural Saturday”-themed programming block. The second episode, airing April 6, will feature guests Robert Kirkman, Michael Rooker and Karen Gillan.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, Zach Galifianakis, Elijah Wood, Buzz Aldrin, Evan Goldberg, Katee Sackhoff, Tatiana Maslany, Guillermo Del Toro, Gillian Jacobs and Bobak Ferdowsi are just some of the bold-faced names dropping by the show in the new season.
Comedians Ron Funches, Rob Huebel, Matt Kirshen, Natasha Leggero, Kyle Kinane and Paul Scheer also are slated to appear.
Nerdist began as a slew of one-hour pop culture specials, and films in Los Angeles. In December, BBC America gave a full-season order to Nerdist, ordering 10 episodes to complement its originals on Saturdays, which will include the debut of Orphan Black. Hardwick is no stranger to leading talk shows centered on well-regarded geek properties: He hosts AMC’s The Walking Dead talk show, The Talking Dead.
The Nerdist will continue to be produced by Nerdist Industries and Comcast Entertainment Studios. Hardwick, Alex Murray, Jay James, Gary Snegaroff and K.P. Anderson serve as executive producers.