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Take a look at Fox's new series...

Do you want to see what Fox has in store for next TV season? We've got the clips!

Monday's 9 o'clock Texas-set soap opera, "Lonestar":

Tuesday's 9 o'clock slacker-dad sitcom, "Raising Hope":

Tuesday's 9:30 o'clock Will Arnett rom-com, "Running Wilde":

And for MIDSEASON

Tuesday's at 9:30 o'clock clueless-guys-in-relationship sitcom, "Mixed Signals":

Monday's 9 o'clock Chicago-based cop drama "Ride-Along":

Sunday's 8:30 o'clock animated non-Seth-MacFarlane comedy, "Bob's Burger":

By Lisa de Moraes  |  May 17, 2010; 7:42 PM ET
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Once again, an entire network shows that its pretty easy for an ignorant network to completely overlook minorities in their show lineups. Not one of these shows appear to be diverse in any way. I will not be watching. The only minorities you'll see are the ones that [white] McFarlane plays and has no understanding of, he's like a low budget Seth Green, and others on cops getting busted, and playing football. No wonder why middle states think all minorities are stereotypical. Major Failure.

I thought the Simpson's ripoff was about a latino family, and that it actually might be funnier than the horrible McFarlane and Simpsons drag-outs, but I was wrong on both counts. Fox has successfully become the new CBS: Caucasian Broadcasting Service. Yay Tea party!

Posted by: jack5 | May 17, 2010 10:24 PM | Report abuse

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