Fox makes February super

Fox is pulling out all the stops to make this the most Super February ever!

February begins with Super Bowl Sunday and Fox is determined to keep the “Super” going all month long!  All-new episodes of “House” and “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” NASCAR 08, The 39th NAACIP Image Awards, and the “Prison Break” finale, to name but a few. 


Mondays this February, FOX unleashes three all-new episodes of “Prison Break,” including the series Winter Finale; four all-new installments of “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles;” and a bonus all-new episode of “The Moment of Truth.”


The quest for the next American Idol is on! America gets closer to finding its next singing superstar during FOX February, and Tuesday nights boast four not-to-be-missed episodes of “American Idol,” including the final audition episode of the season, the Hollywood Round and the first performance shows, featuring first the Top 12 male semifinalists and then the Top 10 male semifinalists. Plus, Fox unveils an all-new “House” and a special all-new Tuesday-night airing of “Back to You.”


On Wednesday nights this February, Fox presents four all-new installments of “American Idol,” including the unveiling of this seasons Top 24 semifinalists; two all-new installments of “The Moment of Truth,” and a bonus all-new episode of “Back to You.”


Thursdays in February are all-new, featuring two all-new episodes of “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?,” three all-new installments of “Don’t Forget the Lyrics!,” The 39th NAACP Image Awards live, and the seasons very first live results show of “American Idol.”

The 39th NAACP Image Awards will broadcast live from Los Angeles historic Shrine Auditorium, recognizing the artistic achievements of people of color and honoring projects and individuals that promote diversity in the arts. This years special honorees include Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder; America Ferrera, Jordin Sparks, Regina Taylor and “Terminator: the Sarah Connor Chronicles'” Richard T. Jones, among others, serve as presenters.


Fridays are Fox mystery nights this February with four encore installments of “Bones” and four encore “House” calls.


This February, Fox Saturday is chock-full of action-packed happenings: six all-new special-edition episodes of “Cops,” three all-new special-edition episodes of “America’s Most Wanted: America Fights Back,” three all-new airings of “MADtv,” four all-new sit-downs on “Talkshow with Spike Feresten,” and a special primetime broadcast of NASCAR 08.


FOX February Sunday is gigantic Super Bowl XLII on Fox; an all-new post-Super Bowl installment of “House” featuring Academy Award-winner Mira Sorvino; and all-new episodes of “The Simpsons,” “King of the Hill,” “Family Guy,” and “American Dad,” including a full night of originals on Sunday, Feb. 17.

Sunday, Feb. 3 *SUPER BOWL SUNDAY*

Super Bowl XLII on Fox (6:00 PM ET/5:00 PM CT/4:00 PM MT/3:00 PM PT)

Live from Glendale, AZ, the New York Giants take on the New England Patriots on Super Bowl XLII on Fox, the networks fifth Super Bowl broadcast. Play-by-play broadcaster Joe Buck is joined by Hall of Fame quarterback and analyst Troy Aikman. Pam Oliver and Chris Myers will report from the sidelines. Super Bowl XLII will be seen live and on videotape by more than 800 million people in more than 230 countries, foreign locations, military installations and venues.

“House” (immediately following Super Bowl XLII on Fox, 10:15-11:15 PM ET/7:15-8:15 PM PT) Frozen

Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino guest-stars in an all-new episode of “House,” immediately following the Super Bowl. When a psychiatrist (guest star Sorvino) trapped at a South Pole research station becomes ill, House and his team must resort to treating her via webcam. As they walk the doctor through a series of makeshift and painful diagnostic tests she must perform on herself and search for ways to save her life, House’s usually icy demeanor surprisingly softens. Meanwhile, House is surprised to learn who Wilson has been secretly dating.

Now that’s what I call as SUPER line-up!


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