Dinosaurs, notorious criminals and a frizzy-haired teen of cringe-inducing awkwardness — all will be represented in Fox's newly announced upcoming schedule.
Following the network's upfront presentation in New York on Monday, Fox released the trailers for several of its new offerings, including Steven Spielberg's latest go with dinosaurs, "Terra Nova," (pictured at left) and J.J. Abrams' "Alcatraz." Dig into the advance glimpses of the new shows below.
The highly anticipated "Terra Nova," executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, stars Jason O'Mara and Stephen Lang in the story of a family that travels back to prehistoric times in order to save the human race. The series will premiere in the fall.
Zooey Deschanel stars in "New Girl" as Jess, who moves in with three single guys after a bad breakup and wreaks havoc with their lives.
Former "My Name Is Earl" star Jaime Pressly returns to Fox in "I Hate My Teenage Daughter," about two single mothers with teenage daughters who are growing up to be just like their moms' high-school tormentors.
The animated offering "Allen Gregory" is the brainchild of "Superbad" star Jonah Hill (who also lends his voice to the series) and follows a pretentious 7-year-old preparing to attend an elementary school after being home-schooled.
"Lost" alumni J.J. Abrams, Elizabeth Sarnoff and Jorge Garcia reunite for the midseason offering "Alcatraz," which finds the most infamous inmates at the notorious island prison mysteriously returning.
"The Finder," from "Bones" executive producer Hart Hanson, follows Geoff Stults as an Iraq war veteran with an extraordinary ability to find anything, no matter how elusive.
Everyone's favorite Rex Kwon Do volunteer, Napoleon Dynamite, is back, this time in animated but no less awkward form, in a cartoon that features the voices of the original cast. Gosh!