Fox sets summer dates: LEGO Masters, Beat Shazam, Hell’s Kitchen: Young Guns, Fantasy Island restart, and more

On the heels of ABC, which detailed their summer plans, Fox released its own schedule – which is also densely populated with non-written tariffs.

Recurring series include LEGO Masters, Mental Samurai (last aired May 2019), and Beat Shazam (last aired December 2019), while brand new offerings include Joel McHale’s Crime Scene Kitchen and a youthful twist on Hell’s Kitchen.

Scripted programs include the animated comedies Duncanville and Housebroken, as well as a reboot of Fantasy Island slated for Dog Days in August.

SUNDAY 23 MAY
8:30 p.m .: Duncanville Season Two Premiere, Part 1
9:30 p.m .: Duncanville Season Two Premiere, Part 2

TUESDAY, MAY 25th
8 p.m. premiere of the second season of Mental Samurai

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26th
8 p.m. The season finale of The Masked Singer
9 p.m. Premiere of the Crime Scene Kitchen series
Joel McHale (Card Sharks) organizes this “baking competition with a unique twist” (learn details)

Monday 31st May
8 p.m. Hell’s Kitchen: Premiere of the Young Guns season
Eighteen aspiring chefs, all 23 years old or younger at the start of the competition, challenge Lady Luck in Vegas in hopes of winning big.
9 p.m. Premiere of the Housebroken series
A disrespectful animated comedy that examines human dysfunction and neurosis through a group of neighborhood animals that live in the suburbs. With the voices of Lisa Kudrow, Tony Hale, Will Forte, Sam Richardson and Clea DuVall
9:30 p.m. Duncanville (Time Premiere)

TUESDAY JUNE 1st
8 p.m. LEGO Masters Season 2 Premiere
9 p.m. Mental Samurai (time premiere)

WEDNESDAY 2 JUNE
8 p.m. MasterChef: Premiere of the Legends season
In which iconic culinary legends, including Emeril Lagasse, Paula Deen, Roy Choi, Nancy Silverton and Morimoto, highlight the “steaks” of the competition (learn details)

THURSDAY 3TH JUNE
8 p.m. Premiere of Beat Shazam Season Season 4

AUGUST 2021
Fantasy Island
By Liz Craft and Sarah Fain (The 100), this reboot of the 1970s / 80s series takes place in a luxury resort that literally fulfills every guest fantasy – though they rarely turn out as expected. No casting has been announced yet.

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