Fox released its series roster for the 2022-23 season on Monday morning, which includes two anchors of the network’s schedule from previous years.

911 and The Resident, which rank first and fifth in overall viewers (excluding sports) on Fox this season, had not yet received renewal deals as of publishing time.  

This Thursday, both shows will finish their fifth seasons. 

Negotiations to bring both programmes back are still underway, and they may not be completed by the time Fox announces its schedule to advertisers on Monday afternoon. 

Fox would have holes to fill on Monday and Tuesday nights if 911 and The Resident were not on the schedule. 

The Resident and 911 are both produced by Disney’s 20th Television, which was Fox’s sister studio prior to the blockbuster $71.3 billion sale that saw the studio and News Corporation’s cable entertainment holdings belong to Disney in 2019. 911: Lone Star was renewed by the network for 2022-2023. 

“We’re in good faith negotiations with 20th,” Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier told reporters Monday morning.  

“[911 executive producer] Ryan [Murphy] is one of our favourites, and we’re thrilled to have 911: Lone Star locked and loaded.”  

Instead, the network announced a slate of series renewals and series orders spanning multiple genres. 

In late October, a celebrity holiday version of Lego Masters, dubbed Holiday Bricktacular, would air over four nights. 

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