[12/19/03 - 12:00 AM] FOX Hands Fridays to Reality Pair By Brian Ford Sullivan (TFC)
CHICAGO (thefutoncritic.com) -- FOX is starting to fill in the blanks of its midseason schedule as the network announced today that two new half-hour series, "Totally Outrageous Behavior" and "World's Craziest Videos," will take over the network's Friday, 8:00/7:00c hour beginning January 9.
The pair will take over for canceled comedies "Wanda at Large" and "Luis," at 8:00/7:00c and 8:30/7:30c respectively.
"Totally Outrageous Behavior," hosted by Fox Sports Net's Lisa Dergan, shows "what happens when people hit the 'record' button on their video cameras and capture some of the most outrageous, shocking and genuinely unbelievable moments for posterity," according to FOX's press release. Bruce Nash and Robyn Nash are the executive producers of the series, which comes from Nash Entertainment.
"World's Craziest Videos" features "the funny flubs and blunders of TV shows, news broadcasts and other crazy outtakes from around the world make their way onto U.S. television." Brad Lachman Productions is behind the series, with Brad Lachman serving as the executive producer.
The news leaves only Monday nights as the network's biggest question mark come January.
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