Fox's future holds a lot of uncertainty since it will soon be part of Disney, clouding what's next for the network, and several of its veteran shows are right there on the bubble.

The good news is that Fox had a pretty good year last year with new shows. The Orville, 9-1-1, The Gifted and The Four were renewed for a second season, well before the deadline. And the only veteran show saying goodbye on its own terms is New Girl, meaning Fox had a lot of leeway to determine which other old shows will stick around and which will give way to new series.

The network traded edgy comedies like The Mick and Brooklyn Nine-Nine (which got a last minute save from NBC), to go a little more conservative, literally. Fox picked up Last Man Standing after it was dumped by ABC in 2017 along with The Cool Kids and Rel, starring Get Out's Li'l Rel Howery.

Below you'll find all of the news out of Upfronts related to Fox's 2018-2019 TV schedule and what you need to know about the new fall shows.

Seth MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki; The OrvilleSeth MacFarlane, Adrianne Palicki; The Orville


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Gotham Will Return for a Fifth and Final Season

Seann William Scott Replacing Clayne Crawford in Lethal Weapon Season 3

Star Shoots to Season 3 on Fox

Fox Orders a Comedy About Old Dudes in a Retirement Community

Mark-Paul Gosselaar and His Beard Are the Stars of Fox's Exciting New Thriller

9-1-1 Renewed for Season 2

The Gifted Earns a Season 2 at Fox

Empire Renewed for Season 5

The Orville Beams Its Way to a Second Season

The Four Renewed for Season 2 at Fox

The Resident Checks in for Another Season

Fox Orders a Comedy About Old Dudes in a Retirement Community

Lil Rel Howery Comedy Rel Ordered to Series at Fox

Well of Course Fox Is Reviving Last Man Standing

Don't Worry, Bob's Burgers and Family Guy Will Be Back