FOX renews ‘the Resident’ and ‘911’ and launches the trailers of the adaptation of ‘The girl who cleans’ and other new series

We continue with the 2021 upfronts and after knowing the new series that will arrive on the US network NBC, now it is time to know the premieres of another of the major channels: FOX. A total of six series, of which we can already see the trailers of four of them.

Along with these premieres we have the news of the renovations, like the one in ‘The Resident‘, the medical drama starring Matt Czuchry, for a season 5. In addition, Ryan Murphy’s emergency franchise has doubled:’ 911 ‘and’ 911: Lone Star ‘ will have respective seasons 5 and 3 And, be careful, a crossover is looming on the horizon.

These renovations are added to that of ‘The Great North’, the new series from the Loren Bouchard factory (‘Bob’s Burgers’) which is assured of its third season. Accompanying these announcements are the launches of the trailers of the new series that we will be able to see during the coming year.


‘The Big Leap’

A fiction of second chances inspired by the British ‘Big Ballet’. The series follows a group of juniors of all stripes competing to enter a dance competition reality show that is putting on a modern performance of Swan Lake.

Scott Foley, Teri Polo, Piper Perabo, Ser’Darius Blain, Jon Rudnitsky, Simone Rescasner, Raymond Cham Jr., Kevin Daniels and Mallory Jansen are part of the cast of ‘The Big Leap’, which has Liz Heldens as screenwriter and Jason Director Winer.

‘The Cleaning Lady’

Based on the Argentine series ‘The girl who cleans’, we find the story of a doctor who comes to the United States for the medical treatment of her son. But when the system fails and she finds herself having to hide, she will find herself working as a cleaning girl for the mafia.

Miranda Kwok and Melissa Carter write the series with Michael Offer directing. The cast is made up of Élodie Yung, Vincent Piazza, Martha Millan, Adan Canto and Erik Valdez.


Multigenerational music drama with which FOX seems to want to repeat the success of ‘Empire’. This time he travels to the heart of a country music dynasty. The fiction begins when the great heiress, Nicky Roman, will fight through thick and thin to protect her family’s legacy. The series comes from the hand of Melissa London Hilfers and features Michael Rauch as showrunner.

‘Our Kind of People’

Yaya DeCosta stars in one of FOX’s up-and-coming dramas. Karin Gist scripts the story of a single mother who risks everything to try to take her natural hair care line to the next level by infiltrating the local African-American elite. Soon a secret from his past will shake everything.



Comedy that follows three women after the death of their best friend. Aware that life is short and that of carpe diem, they will chain a series of impulsive and self-indulgent decisions to find their happiness and show that it is never too late to screw up our lives.

Liz Astrof writes this series that stars Eliza Coupe, Ginnifer Goodwin, Maggie Q, Tommy Dewey, JT Neal, and Julian Reyes.

‘Welcome to Flatch’

Adaptation of the English comedy ‘This Country’, we are looking at a mockumentary that follows the lives of two cousins ​​as they live their lives in characteristic surroundings.

Jenny Bicks and Paul Feig co-script the series, which stars Chelsea Holmes, Sam Straley, Seann William Scott, Aya Cash, Taylor Ortega, Justin Linville, Krystal Smith

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FOX renews ‘the Resident’ and ‘911’ and launches the trailers of the adaptation of ‘The girl who cleans’ and other new series