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    Another new Fox animated series, Duncanville, is set to air this season, with 13 episodes in production. The show debuts February 16, 2020.
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    It premieres 2/16? Then either it airs new episodes on either (or both) Palm Sunday or Easter, or it airs a doubleheader at some point, as there are only 14 Sundays from 2/16 through the Sunday before Memorial Day weekend.

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    Even if ratings are in the 1 million viewers range (though to post-footballe season premiere), I got a feeling they’ll probably renew it and then 1 or 2 episodes will be held back for season 2.

    Also, there was a brief first look at the first show’s art style. I think it’s safe to say that it’s looking to be more appealing than Bless the Harts so thankfully people won’t judge it from its cover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fas1997 View Post
    Even if ratings are in the 1 million viewers range (though to post-footballe season premiere), I got a feeling they’ll probably renew it and then 1 or 2 episodes will be held back for season 2.

    Also, there was a brief first look at the first show’s art style. I think it’s safe to say that it’s looking to be more appealing than Bless the Harts so thankfully people won’t judge it from its cover.
    Bless the Harts is animated by Titmouse, who animated Big Mouth.



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